Mid-Morning: “Author Author”

Mid-Morning

Monday, June 15, 2015
“Author Author”
Host(s): Lynne Ford

James Banks kicks off our June Author Author show with practical insights on how you can offer helpful Prayers for Your Children (Discovery House, ISBN# 978-1-6207-333-2). Melinda Means offers ideas for moms to develop their own style, rather than copying everyone else’s, in her book Mothering from Scratch (Bethany House, ISBN# 978-0-7642-1264-2). Children’s author Chris Barton introduces us to The Amazing Age of John Roy Lynch (Eerdmans, ISBN# 978-0-8028-5379-0), a boy freed from slavery after the Civil War. Jared Brock’s Year of Living Prayerfully (Tyndale, ISBN# 978-1-4143-9213-4) was quite a journey of rediscovering the power of prayer. Marissa Shrock’s dystopian novel, The First Principle (Kregel, ISBN# 978-0-8254-4357-2) takes readers into the not-too-distant future and its many changes and challenges. And we wrap up with Pastor Jeff Gevertz, author of This Broken Road (ISBN# 978-1-59751-940-3, a devotional journey through cancer.

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Mid-Morning: Author Author

Mid-Morning

Monday, May 11, 2015
Author Author
Host(s): Lynne Ford

Women’s lives are filled with stress, and mother/daughter duo Becky Johnson and Rachel Randolph know that full well. Becky kicks off our Author Author show Monday with tips for health, happiness and a full night’s sleep that will leave your soul Nourished (Zondervan, ISBN# 978-0-310-33101-8). Karen Swallow Pryor shares with us the true story of Hannah More’s Fierce Convictions (Thomas Nelson, ISBN# 978-1-4002-0625-4) that helped end the slave trade and encouraged literacy. Jen Wilkin’s concise plan to help you study the Bible is outlined in Women of the Word (Crossway, ISBN# 978-1-4335-4176-6). Rob Strong may be a pastor in the least churched state in the nation, but it doesn’t stop him from teaching people how to have a meaningful relationship with The Big Guy Upstairs (Jericho, ISBN# 978-1-4555-2780-9). Robert Skead’s young adult historical novel Patriots, Redcoats and Spies (Zondervan, ISBN# 978-0310748410) takes young readers back to the days of the American Revolution. And we wrap up with Col. Art Pace, who introduces us to the Men’s Bible (American Bible Society, ISBN# 9781941449035).

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Mid-Morning: Author Author

Mid-Morning

Monday, April 13, 2015
Author Author
Host(s): Lynne Ford

Andi Boggs is back for a new adventure at science camp in Amanda Flower’s young adult fiction Andi Under Pressure (Zondervan, ISBN# 978-0-310-73702-5), and she kicks off our April Author Author show. Novelist Cynthia Ruchti spins an interwoven tale of generations brought together in remarkable ways and told in her book When the Morning Glory Blooms (Abingdon, ISBN# 978-1-4267-3543-1). Jean Van Leeuwen’s newest young adult novel, The Missing Pieces of Me, (Two Lion, ISBN# 978-1477847299) is a poignant, powerful story of a feisty heroine whose brave search proves even a life missing important pieces can be full of things that matter. Jenifer Jernigan’s Dive Deeper (Thomas Nelson, ISBN# 978-1-4016-7921-7) delves into the book of Ephesians to find deep faith behind religion. Meet the “Amish Mark Twain” – Loren Beachy, who tells true stories of life in his community in his book, Chasing the Amish Dream (Herald Press, ISBN# 978-0-8361-9907-9). We wrap up with John Beck, author of the full color Discovery Bible Atlas (Discovery House, ISBN# 978-1-57293-801-4).

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Mid-Morning: March 09, 2015

Mid-Morning

Monday, March 09, 2015

Author Author Host(s): Lynne Ford

Weary of living in worry? Jane Rubietta offers hope from her new book, Worry Less So You Can Live More (Bethany House, ISBN# 978-0-7642-1265-9). Novelist Lisa Wingate transports us to the world of Appalachia and a family whose past and present collide in The Story Keeper (Tyndale, ISBN# 978-1-4143-8689-8). Andy Gilmer brings 28 fables of faith to reassure you of your worth while strengthening your faith in his book, The Sparrow and the Penny (WestBow, ISBN# 978-1-4908-5082-5). Heather Gray shares the lessons she learned with her late husband while he was deployed: a life of Faith, Hope, Love, & Deployment (Leafwood, ISN# 978-0-89112-612-6). Dave Burchett learned some lessons too, but his came from his friendship with his beloved dog, Hannah, who taught him about grace, kindness, and forgiveness. He wrote the lessons in his book Stay (Tyndale, ISBN# 978-1-4143-9793-1). And we wrap up with Crystal Bowman’s colorful new daily devotion book for kids: Our Daily Bread for Kids (Discovery House, ISBN# 978-1-62707-332-5).

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Mid-Morning: February 09, 2015

Monday, February 09, 2015
Author Author
Host(s): Lynne Ford

Our friend PeggySue Wells kicks off our February Author Author show with her delightful new novel, Fur Elise (Elk Lake, ISBN#978-1942513001), which weaves the beauty of music, island life, and love. Wendy Blight’s Living So That (Thomas Nelson, ISBN# 978-1-4016-7925-5) offers a fresh approach to understanding verses that inspire a call to action in the lives of believers. Ann-Margret Hovsepian brings volume two of her devotional for girls, called Truth, Dare, Double Dare (Cook, ISBN#978-1-4347-0211-1). Debra Coty urges women to discover God’s intentional, unconditional, without-limits love in her book Too Loved to be Lost (Shiloh, ISBN# 978-1-62836-969-4). Fiction lovers won’t want to miss Rebecca DeMarino’s debut novel, A Place in His Heart (Revell, ISBN# 978-0-8007-2218-0), which takes us back to the 1600’s and the move to the New World. And we wrap up with Rebecca Dawson’s exploration of the gift of impulsive children and what she has found to be Stamped on Every Child’s Heart (Blue Room, ISBN# 978-0-615-82982-1).

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Mid-Morning: January 12, 2015

Monday, January 12, 2015
Author Author
Host(s): Lynne Ford

If you’ve read the Bible, you’ve probably notice all the “Thou shall not” commands, but Jamie Snyder explores the freedom to discover what God really wants. The places where He says Thou Shall (Cook, ISBN# 978-1-4347-0766-6). Laura L. Smith continues her fiction series following the lives of four college girls who find themselves hung up on things that make them say It’s Addicting (Playlist, ISBN# 978-0-9911525-3-7).  Schoolteacher Denette Fretz has a new children’s book – Conrad and the Cowgirl Next Door (Zondervan, ISBN# 978-0-310-72349-3) – that teaches kids to love their neighbor. Linda Evans Shepherd shares practical ways to pray your way to personal peace, aka The Stress Cure (Revell, ISBN# 978-0-8007-2283-8). Julia Roller knows the life of a busy mom needing grace in chaos and shares her findings in Mom Seeks God (Abingdon, ISBN# 978-1-4267-7102-6). And we wrap up with Lisa Wingate’s latest novel, Lisa Wingate’s (Tyndale, ISBN# 978-1-4143-8689-8) – which combines two stories into one, weaving the past and present in a captivating way.

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