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    Monday, November 17, 2014Author Author Host(s): Lynne Ford
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    Joni Eareckson Tada understands a life of physical suffering, but she also understands the indescribable contentment found in the Father even when life hurts. In her new book, Beside Bethesda (NavPress, ISBN# 978-1-61291-712-2), she invites you to go on a journey to deep, soul healing. Michael Card introduces us to his newest study of the Gospels with John: The Gospel of Wisdom (IVP, ISBN# 978-0-8308-4413-5). Nancy Rue’s novel, Sarah’s Choice (Thomas Nelson , ISBN# 978-1-4016-8924-7), co-written with Rebecca St. James, offers comfort, wisdom, and hope for every woman who has faced a painful decision. Michael K. Reynolds’ Songs of the Shenandoah (B&H, ISBN# 978-1-4336-7821-9) takes readers back to the days of the Civil War and the story of an Irish immigrant family. And we wrap up November’s Author Author with Heather Zempel’s book Amazed and Confused (Thomas Nelson, ISBN# 978-1-4016-7923-1)…a study on what to do when God’s actions collide with our expectations.
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    Monday, November 17, 2014Could smoking pot shrink your brain? It just might. Host(s): Dr. Bill Maier

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    Wednesday, November 19, 2014"Second Forgetting" Host(s): Lynne Ford
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    Millions of Americans will spend much of their retirement either caring for a loved one who struggles with dementia or experiencing its effects on their lives firsthand.Dr. Benjamin Mast, author of Second Forgetting (Zondervan, ISBN# 978-0-310-51387-2), joins us for an hour to highlight the power of the gospel for those suffering from Alzheimer's. He answers common questions about the disease and its effect on personal identity and faith - and God's commitment to never forget His people.
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