Weekly Schedule Monday, July 25Author! Author! Host: Lynne Ford Author! Author! launches with Proof Pirates, an interactive program where kids learn about God’s amazing grace. Kathy Lipp compiled a handy handbook of 101 Simple Ways to Love Your Husband. The Prophetess is the second in the Daughters of the Promised Land series by Biblical novelist, Jill Eileen Smith. Jake Hanson tells the story of John Wesley’s fearless evangelism to a world hostile to the church in Crossing the Divide. And Dan Britton and Jimmy Page wrote 31 faith-igniting devotions for fathers and sons in their book, Called to Greatness.Tuesday, July 26Dr. Ann Kulze Host: Lynne Ford Can a single species of gut bacteria reverse the social symptoms of autism? Can we feel full on less calories? And what is the secret to making a great kale salad? Wellness expert, Dr. Ann Kulze, answers these questions as well as others from you, our listeners, when she joins us for her monthly conversation on Mid-Morning.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Wednesday, July 27 WEdnesday!Hosts: Lynne Ford & PeggySue Wells You + Us = WEdnesday! Our Who Today? question that can win you a $50 shopping spree to DaySpring.com is: Who today has been fishing this summer? Then, let’s talk about sharing a room with a sibling while growing up. Tell us your warm and funny stories about sharing spaces via Facebook, email, and phones. Thursday, July 28 Safe HouseHosts: PeggySue Wells “The best gift we give our children is a home that is synonymous with safe.” As parents, we cover electrical plugs, help with homework, and feed our children fruits and veggies so they don’t get scurvy. But what about emotional safety? Dr. Joshua Straub says emotional safety is the key to raising kids who live, love, and lead well. Straub draws from extensive research and personal experience to help families cultivate a home that is truly synonymous with safe. Friday, June 29 FoodwiferyHost: Lynne Ford Last September, the founders of Foodwifery introduced the concept of improving family health through traditional and nutrient-dense foods. Nearly a year later, Laurie Smith and Jamie Fiene, along with Becky Flood, talk about the changes they made in their eating, and the changes they experienced as a result. Ask your questions about simple and healthy ideas to use in your kitchen.