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How to Find Hope in 2022

January 20, 2022
Hope

I heard a well-known pastor say we live in extraordinary times, and we all know life has been tough. The pandemic has worn us down, and the news tends to be disturbing. Now that we face the New Year, how can we find hope? Let’s talk about healing and moving forward.

My guest this week was author Lori Wildenberg. She just completed the book Messy Hope: Help Your Child Overcome Anxiety, Depression, or Suicidal Ideation.¬†You’ll find her suggestions realistic and beneficial.

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How to Get Organized for 2022

January 13, 2022
Get Organized

Today women want to have a family, get a degree, homeschool, and run a business or ministry. That requires women to get organized. My guest this week was Sharon Norris Elliott, and she did it all, including an advanced degree. Her guidelines will help you get organized.

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Deciding What NOT to do in the New Year

January 6, 2022
New Year

When we approach the New Year, everyone tends to decided what their plans are. What are my New Year’s resolutions. However, my guest this week was author Peggy Sue Wells. She believes in self-care and mental health. So she decided what not to do in the New Year. You’ll learn a lot and enjoy a chuckle when she shares her list.

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What Can We Learn From History About Celebrating Christmas?

December 24, 2021
Christmas and History

C.S. Lewis encouraged people to read from other time periods. He said doing that sheds light on the thought of your day. We are living in a time of upheaval and change, and looking back can often give us clarity.

My guest this week was Rebecca Price Janney. She just completed the book Easton at Christmastide which covers the first Christmas after the Revolutionary War. She addressed the question, what can we learn from history about celebrating Christmas? Her valuable insights offer wisdom for these days.

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Fun Ways to Keep Jesus in Christmas

December 16, 2021
Fun Ways to Keep Christ in Christmas

I met a little boy in my neighborhood recently. He was excited about Christmas, but he didn’t know Jesus was born on Christmas. How sad. If you leave Jesus out of Christmas, you only have pretend and myth.

My guest this week was author Pam Farrell. She gave lots of fun ways to keep Jesus in Christmas. He is the #reasonfortheseason.

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Learn about Christmas in a broken world here.

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How to Have Christmas in a Messed Up World

December 2, 2021
Christmas in a Messed Up World

Christmas 2020 was tough. After the pandemic, we all hoped for 2021 to improve. However, this Christmas we face rising inflation, empty shelves, and a new variant. How Can We Have Christmas in a Messed Up World?

My guest this week was Joan C. Benson. Her latest book related her mother’s story. Her mom lived through the stock market crash and the Christmas afterward was sad, however, she learned many lessons through that experience.

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Is There Evidence for God’s Existence?

November 18, 2021
Who Made God?

Does science demonstrate evidence for God’s existence? Many people don’t think so. In 2009, a comedian partnered with atheist Richard Dawkins to put a sign on eight hundred British buses that proclaimed, “There is probably no God, so enjoy your life. Obviously, that didn’t encourage morality. Christian parents worry about that and hesitate to send their children to secular colleges due to the secularism taught there.

My guest this week disagrees with Dawkins. Stephen Meyer, from the Discovery Institute in Seattle, Washington, listed scientific evidence for a Creator in his latest book, Return of the God Hypothesis.

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Prepare Your Child for College

November 4, 2021
prepare for college

As moms we tend to focus on the immediate needs. For instance, did Johnny leave a mess again? Did Angie’s rash improve? How very important! However, we also need to keep an eye on the future. How can you prepare your child for college? That’s a huge question.

My guests today were Greg and Beth Langston. They specialize in preparing kids for college and discussed what colleges look for.  A child should know his or her strengths as well as internalize values to live by.

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How Did God Move in History?

October 28, 2021
Reformation Day

All month we have covered hard questions kids ask. This week we answer How Did God Work in History? Our “special guest, Katherine von Bora,” answers. She was the wife of Martin Luther, who nailed the 95 thesis to the castle church Oct 31, 1517.

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