Weekly Schedule Monday, August 31 Author! Author!Host: Lynne Ford It’s books and more books on the August edition of Author! Author! Meet five writers as they talk about their titles, beginning with John Thompson who wrote Jesus, Bread, and Chocolate. Novelist Irene Hannon introduces Hope Harbor, and singer/writer Gwen Smith talks about Knowing God By Name. Stan Guthrie’s book shares God’s Story in 66 Verses, and C.S. Fritz has written a children’s series that is particularly appealing to boys called, Cottonmouth and the Great River. Tuesday, September 1 Kerri Zurbuch Host: Lynne Ford Fitness expert Kerri Zurbuch and Connie Graham share Connie’s encouraging weight loss story. Connie is the visual aid demonstrating that it is never too late to implement healthy habits that improve life for you and those around you. Tune in for fitness topics, tips, and nutritional recipes. Call, email, or Facebook your questions for Kerri to answer on today’s Mid-Morning. Wednesday, September 2WEdnesday Hosts: Lynne Ford and PeggySue Wells It’s you and us making this WEdnesday! Our Who Today? question that can win you a Faith Letterpress Block Art, courtesy of DaySpring.com: Who today has never, ever, ever won anything on Mid-Morning since the show’s debut in 1976? Next, let’s talk about faces and mountains – yes, together. Whose face would you add to Mt. Rushmore? Extra points if you can tell us the four faces already memorialized in stone in South Dakota. Have you visited Mt. Rushmore and seen the landmark up close and personal? Talk to us on WEdnesday via phones, email, and Facebook. Thursday, September 3 Patricia Bentz Host: Lynne Ford Patricia Bentz has completely gone to the dogs. “If you are not training your dog, your dog is training you,” says this noted dog trainer and therapist. Breeds have different characteristics and like their owners, react intellectually and emotionally. Does your dog jump on guests, bark at you, chew your favorite slippers or worse, the couch? Would you and your dog have fun participating in K-9 Nose Work? And what is nose work, anyway? Patricia will answer your questions as we talk about our furry best friends.Friday, September 4 Wild in the Hollow Host: Lynne Ford Wild in the Hollow by Amber Haines is a story of the God who makes himself known in broken places. Amber shares her windswept journey down the path of brokenness to healing, satisfaction, and true intimacy with God. Amber invites others to dispense with the pretty bows we use to dress up our stories and instead trust God to take our untidy, unfinished lives and make them free, authentic, and whole. Anyone who struggles with doubt or holds secrets, anyone who feels marginalized or like she is missing something, will find in Amber a sister and an inviting voice back home, into the heart of God.