Weekly Schedule Monday, May 23The Listening Life Host: Lynne Ford Be quick to listen, slow to speak,” says James 1:19. In The Listening Life, Adam McHugh notes that people talk past each other, eager to be heard but somehow deaf to what is being said. God is the God who hears, and we too can learn to hear what God is saying through creation, Scripture, and people. In this encore Mid-Morning, learn how our lives are qualitatively different―indeed, better―when we become listeners.Tuesday, May 24Critical ConversationsHost: PeggySue Wells“Why shouldn’t gays get married?” “Who says gay sex is wrong?” “Does the Bible actually say there’s anything wrong with homosexuality?” “Don’t you care that kids are being bullied just for being themselves?” Cultural attitudes have reversed on this subject in a short time span, leaving Christians scrambling for answers. Author, Tom Gilson, and speaker, Christine Sneeringer with Worthy Creations, help parents and kids have Critical Conversations._____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Wednesday, May 25 WEdnesday!Hosts: Ross McCampbell & PeggySue WellsYou + Us = WEdnesday! Our Who Today? question that can win you a $50 gift card to DaySpring.com is: Who today is planning a party for their high school graduate? Then, let’s talk about customer service. What good example of customer service have you experienced? Is there a place you frequent because the excellent client care draws you back? Was there a customer service experience that could have been far better? Tell us via Facebook, email, and phones.Thursday, May 26 Out of Wedlock GrandparentingHost: Lynne Ford Ken McDonald and his wife experienced shock, and roller coaster emotions, when their unmarried daughter said she was pregnant. Humbly remembering that God’s Word promises to make all things beautiful, they chose to focus on supporting their daughter and the new baby on the way. Long before Asher arrived, Ken and his wife stepped into their grandparent role. In this encore Mid-Morning, learn how the unexpected can teach us to experience God in a spectacular way. Friday, May 27 All Things FeetHost: PeggySue Wells “In the house and on the street, how many, many feet you meet,” said Dr. Seuss in The Foot Book. Our feet are key to health and mobility. If your feet and ankles are hurting, you're not at your best. In studio to talk about common and uncommon feet nuisances including bunions, warts, misshapen toes, and flat arches is podiatrist, Dr. Lynn Stafford. Ask Dr. Stafford your feet questions via Facebook, email, and phones.