Weekly Schedule Monday, February 20Self-HarmHost: Lynne Ford From the outside looking in, it can be hard to understand why someone would harm themselves. Licensed mental health counselor Paige Clingenpeel and Katie Beerbower give an insider’s view, answer your questions about cutting, and share helpful questions to ask including: What are you thinking today? Are those thoughts truth or lies? Do you feel loved and supported right now? And are your thoughts coming from the basis of knowing you are a beloved child of God? Tuesday, February 21Dr. Mitch Kruse - Themes & Threads of the Bible: Job – Song of Songs Host: Lynne FordContinuing through his current series, Themes and Threads of the Bible, Dr. Mitch Kruse focuses on the God-given wisdom woven through The Writings. More than poetic phrases, the books of Job through Song of Songs move us from blaming God to praising our glorious Lord. Ask Mitch your spiritual questions, via Facebook, email, text, and phones. _________________________________________________________________________________ Wednesday, February 22 WEdnesday! Hosts: Lynne Ford & PeggySue Wells It's you and us together on WEdnesday! We open the hour with a look at tea trends from Bachelor Degrees in Tea Culture to a high end appliance for your favorite brew. Then let’s talk about what you never thought you’d say, and what you never thought you’d hear. Have you told your toddler to “Take the bologna off your head”? Did your boss ever tell you to wear pajamas to work? Tell us your stories by phone, text, Facebook, or email email@example.com. Thursday, February 23 Cherish Hosts: Lynne Ford Marriages can and will thrive when husbands and wives learn to Cherish one another. Author Gary Thomas shows how going out of your way to notice, appreciate, honor, encourage, and hold your spouse close to your heart brings light and life to your relationship. Begin today to cherish one another with proven, loving, and everyday actions and words. Friday, February 24 Raising Emotionally Healthy Kids Host: PeggySue Wells Marks on the door frame track our child’s physical growth, and school grades show intellectual advancement but what about emotional development? Child and adolescent psychiatrist Dr. Wendi Fortuchang provides healthy tips to aid parents as they guide children into emotional maturity. Ask Dr. Fortuchang your questions about helping young ones contain their emotions, develop empathy, and make faith their own.