Mid-Morning Weekly Schedule

Search through our archives of Mid-Morning programs below. If the audio archive is not available to Listen Online or Download, we probably still have the program audio in our offices. You can order a CD from us. To listen to the Mid-Morning shows please download the WBCL App and click on Podcats.
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    Monday, December 22, 2014Poiema People Host(s): Lynne Ford
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     In the late 1970’s, Jeannie Light left her fine plantation home and moved to a tiny hamlet in the Blue Ridge Mountains. To her surprise, she was called upon by the community to reopen the deteriorated church. She shares her real-life Christy-like story of how life is Beautiful on the Mountain (Tyndale, ISBN# 978-1414387130). And songwriter Robin Donica Wolaver recounts how being born in mountain poverty and seclusion led her to develop her own musical gifts and form the Annie Moses Band, igniting a spirit of purpose and excellence within the members. She shares The Song of Annie Moses (Guideposts, ISBN# 978-0824934835) in the second half the hour!
     
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    Tuesday, December 23, 2014BLT (On Tuesday) Host(s): Lynne Ford and Bekah Shaffer
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    Christmas is two days away, and for many of you, it means that cooking and baking is already underway. Making a Christmas dinner menu brings back memories of the treats of childhood, so we want to hear your memories of helping to cook or bake at Christmas as you grew up. What were your traditions, and what did you love to help make? And if you have kids of your own – what things do they now help you make to prepare for Christmas day? Grab a snack! This is a BLT sure to make you hungry!
     
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    Friday, December 26, 2014"Yawning at Tigers" Host(s): Lynne Ford
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    When was the last time you were over-awed by God’s majesty? Have you ever stood in stunned silence at His holiness and power? In our shallow, self-centered age, things like truth and reverence might seem outdated and lost. Yet…we’re restless. Our failed attempts to ease our unrest point to an ancient ache for an experience of the holy. In Friday’s encore Mid-Morning, Drew Dyck, author of Yawning at Tigers (Thomas Nelston, ISBN# 978-1-4002-0545-5) makes a compelling case that what we seek awaits us in the untamed God of Scripture…a God who is mysterious, yet powerfully present. His raw majesty, love, and power become more real and transformative than we could ever imagine. 
     
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