Weekly Schedule Monday, July 17Hearing God in ConversationHost: Lynne Ford We want information; God wants a conversation. We want to know answers; God wants us to know Him. God is always speaking, and during this encore Mid-Morning Sam Williamson teaches us how to recognize God's voice in Scripture, in the checkout line, on the job, in a movie theater, and even in silence. Listen today to explore the limitless ways of Hearing God in Conversation.Tuesday, July 18 Listen. Love. Repeat Host: Lynne Ford In our self-obsessed culture people are less content than ever before. In Listen. Love. Repeat, Karen Ehman reminds us of the joy that comes from putting others first. Through biblical teaching and doable actions that are simple, behind-the-scenes, even hilarious, Ehman provides inspiration for blessing those often overlooked souls closest to us. (Original airdate 1/31/17)Wednesday, July 19 If My Husband Would Change, I'd be Happy Host: Lynne Ford As the realities of married life settle in, those wedding day happy expectations can feel unfulfilled. And it's tempting to think, If My Husband Would Change, I'd Be Happy. On today's encore, Rhonda Stoppe dispels this myth and others that wives might believe, while outlining a path to rekindle love, hope, and wedded joy. (WEdnesday returns next week.)Thursday, July 20 Dangerous Apps for Teens Host: Lynne Ford You've set healthy limits on your tween or teen's phone use. Good for you (and them). What about the apps they use? What are the top trending apps that potentially pose a danger to your child? On this don't-miss encore, RemedyLIVE's Clinton Faupel covers what you need to know to help keep your child safe. Friday, July 14 Healing the Wounded Heart Host: Lynne Ford Sexual abuse knows no religious or social boundaries. Dr. Dan Allender's encore conversation gives an intensely personal and specific look at this form of abuse. The author of Healing the Wounded Heart explores the secret lament of the soul damaged by sexual abuse, and lays hold of the hope buried there by the One whose unstained image we bear.