Weekly Schedule Monday, August 29Consider ThisHost: Lynne Ford Should Christians stop using the rainbow since it’s become a universal symbol of homosexuality and gay pride? Next, Dinita Feather's story illustrates how important each of us is, exactly where we are. And hear excerpts from Matt Redman’s new book, 10,000 Reasons: Stories of Faith, Hope, and Thankfulness Inspired by the Worship Anthem.Tuesday, August 30Give Your Child the World: Raising Globally Minded Kids, One Book at a Time Host: PeggySue Wells As they grow, the awe and wonder of young children can get crowded out by worries. Parents can strengthen their kids' love for the world through well-chosen stories. Author Jamie Martin invites parents to Give Your Child The World, Raising Globally Minded Kids One Book at a Time by providing a global reading treasury that boosts children's academic skills, strengthens family values, and increases faith and character. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Wednesday, August 31 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 went to the 2016 State Fair? Now let's talk about your funniest vacation memories. Whether they were planned or unplanned, what moments make you laugh out loud? Tell us by phone, Facebook, or email. Thursday, September 1 Pastors Are People TooHost: Lynne Ford What are your top 20 expectations for your pastor? Now multiply your list by the number of people who attend your church. Expected to preach a dynamic sermon every Sunday, condemn sin without hurting anyone’s feelings, and be available to serve others 24/7 while not neglecting their own family, combined with a lack of appreciation, causes pastors to despair and ultimately leave pastoral ministry. Author and pastor, Larry Magnuson, says Pastors Are People Too, and offers tangible ways to better understand and care for the pastor who cares so deeply about you. Friday, September 28 Great SmartsHost: Lynne Ford “Smart" is a power word. Children who believe they’re smart excel more in school and approach life with greater confidence. In this encore interview, Dr. Kathy Koch shares how children who don’t believe they are smart, struggle to apply themselves. If you wish your child could see how smart he or she is, 8 Great Smarts provides new language and creative ideas to accept, affirm, and guide your child to master their unique skills and God-given callings.