Weekly Schedule Monday, March 27Widow's Might Host: Lynne Ford When Kim Knight’s husband suddenly and unexpectedly died, she went from planning a future to planning a funeral, searching for passwords to online accounts, and trying to return to normal when things were anything but .... Kim found God in the middle of her trauma and grief. Today's encore is for widows and those who love them, revealing how to honor your late loved one, and find new life on the other side of death.Tuesday, March 28When It’s Hard to Call God “Father” Host: Lynne Ford In the Bible God calls Himself our Heavenly Father. But if your earthly father was absent or hurtful, trusting God can be difficult. In this encore interview, Jo Saxton shares how her faith grew from seeing ‘Father’ as someone who walks away to knowing God as always present. Jo says, “I know who I am because I know whose I am.”_________________________________________________________________________________ Wednesday, March 29 WEdnesday! Hosts: PeggySue Wells & Ross McCampbell It's you and us together on WEdnesday! We open the hour chatting about summer plans, a restored Purple Heart, and a new cereal grain. Then let's talk about fieldtrips. What was the most memorable school field trip you went on as a student? Have you chaperoned a terrific – or hilarious – fieldtrip? Tell us your stories by phone, text, Facebook, or email email@example.com. Thursday, March 30 Related by Chance, Family by Choice Host: Lynne Ford Family gatherings can magnify issues of personal perceptions and strained communication in women-in-law relationships. In this encore program author Deb DeArmond examines how women can begin in-law relationships on the right foot, the role of sons and fathers in the relationship’s success, and how to build trust and love between women of different generations. Deb helps women-in-law move from women who are simply related by chance to being family by choice. Friday, March 31 Migraines Host: PeggySue Wells More than a headache, migraines affect one in four women, one in 20 men, and one in 20 children. This debilitating, complex, and chronic condition manifests as excruciating head pain as well as distinctive physical and emotional symptoms. Neurologist Dr. Edmund Messina and co-host for the Migraine World Summit, Paula K. Dumas, answer your questions about the latest innovations to control, improve, and manage migraines.