Weekly Schedule Monday, August 22Author! Author!Host: Lynne Ford Author! Author! introduces you to five authors and their writing beginning with Chandler Gerber and his life-changing experience with The Irony of Grace. A Fool and His Monet is Sandra Orchard's novel featuring an art theft and the spunky investigator determined to find the thief. Sharon Jaynes leads readers to Take Hold of the Faith You Long For, and Mesu Andrews brings the sister of Moses to life in her Biblical fiction, Miriam. Rounding out the hour, Justin Holcomb shows children how to protect their bodies in his book, God Made All of Me. Tuesday, August 23Mother and Son Host: Lynne Ford Love is important, but it is respect that is the key to your son’s heart. In the vital relationship between Mother and Son, Dr. Emerson Eggerich observes that mothers naturally love their sons but don't always understand that little boys, and big ones, need Mom's respect. Even for young boys, the effect of respect is nothing short of astounding when applied properly. Dr. Emerson Eggerich answers your questions about mother and son relationships via Facebook, email, and phones.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Wednesday, August 24 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 a word you always misspell? Then, let’s talk about the tips and tricks you use that simplify your life. What ideas and practices make your days easier? Tell us via Facebook, email, and phones. Thursday, August 25 A Friend in MeHost: Lynne Ford Young women long for relational connection with women further ahead of them on the journey. Yet, without realizing it, many of us distance ourselves from younger generations. In her book, A Friend in Me, author Pamela Havey Lau shows you how to be a safe place for the younger women in your life. She offers five patterns women need to internalize and practice for initiating relationships. Friday, August 26Child Psychology: Restoring Minds & Transforming Lives Host: PeggySue Wells When a child is diagnosed with a mental, emotional, or behavioral problem, is there hope for health and wholeness, or do we learn to manage the situation? Child and adolescent psychiatrist, Dr. Wendi Fortuchang, provides insights on symptoms that indicate a child would benefit from professional help and explains how a Christian faith, framework, and Biblical perspective work together for hope, health, and wellness. Ask Dr. Fortuchang your questions about children, adolescents, and mental health via email, Facebook, or phones.