Weekly Schedule Monday, May 2Dr. David HawkinsHost: Lynne FordRelationship expert, Dr. David Hawkins, lists the characteristics and skills to look for when choosing a counselor. In our busy and messy lives, it's not a question of "if" we will need someone to help us understand our options, but "when" to seek a trained listener. Dr. Hawkins gives guidelines to navigate the process of locating a compatible counselor, and answers your relationship questions. Tuesday, May 3The Pain & Joy of Mother’s DayHost: Lynne FordMother's Day is a national holiday honoring mothers and mother figures, including grandmothers, great-grandmothers, stepmothers, and foster mothers. Traditionally a day of flowers and kid-cooked breakfast in bed, Mother's Day is also a painfully sharp reminder to women who have not been able to have children, whose children are estranged, or those who have lost a child. Popular guest and author of Refined, Carol McLeod, addresses the joy and pain women experience each year on Mother's Day, infusing this day, and every day, with the everlasting hope found in Christ._____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Wednesday, May 4 WEdnesday!Hosts: Lynne Ford & PeggySue WellsYou + Us = WEdnesday! Our Who Today? question that can win you a $50 gift card to DaySpring.com is: Who today has visited a college campus during this school year? Then, let’s talk about socks. Lost socks are such a common part of life that May 9 is designated National Lost Sock Day. What socks do you miss? Have a sock that was lost and now is found? Where have you found lost socks? Do you have favorite socks? Tell us via Facebook, email, and phones.Thursday, May 5 Seated With ChristHost: Lynne Ford Shackled with pride and despair, we compare ourselves to others in a frantic, unending, and impossible pursuit of perfection. Author Heather Holleman invites us to be Seated with Christ by getting to the root of this behavior and charting a path to freedom. Learn to walk out on the fight for acceptance, quit measuring ourselves to others, and leap free from cycles of shame. Join God’s beloved who are seated with Christ in the heavens (Eph. 2:6), treasured by Him, and given a place at His table. Friday, May 6 Music and SeniorsHost: Lynne Ford Even when people experience diminishing memory, music remains a familiar source of connection. Principal investigator in the neuroscience of music research, Dr. Timothy Brimmer, explores music as a unique tool to support seniors as they age. Ask Dr. Brimmer your questions about implementing music with those you care about during critical seasons of change.