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9-2-11

'Woman to Woman' Host Phyllis Wallace Retires
We bid "Godspeed" as Phyllis Wallace retires as the voice of Lutheran Hour Ministries' Woman to Woman program.

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8-27-11

Feminism: Where Are We Now - Pt. 2
This second part of our Feminism series features author Suzanne Venker, who wrote, Seven Myths of Happy Mothers: Why Children and (Most) Careers Just Don't Mix, and co-authored The Flipside of Feminism: What Conservative Women Know -- and Men Can't Say, and with Dr. Meg Meeker, one of today's most trusted family advocates.

Guest: Suzanne Venker and Dr. Meg Meeker

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8-20-11

Feminism: Where Are We Now - Pt. 1
Has American Feminism let us down? This first part of our two part series features one of the most important women of the 20th century, Phyllis Schlafly, who co-authored, The Flipside of Feminism: What Conservative Women Know -- and Men Can't Say, along with guests, Jenell Wright and Jan Burmeister.

Guest: Phyllis Schlafly, Jenell Wright and Jan Burmeister

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8-13-11

After the Choice: His Story
Husband and father, David Rosa agreed to two abortions in the past. He reveals his emotional struggle, shared by many fathers of aborted children, and his redemption through God's grace.

Guest: David Rosa

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8-6-11

After the Choice
When she was sixteen, Georgette Forney made the choice to have an abortion. She now directs the national "Silent No More" awareness campaign, which offers hope and healing through Christ for those suffering the unspoken pain of abortion.

Guest: Georgette Forney

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12-27-08

Stress: It's All in Your Head
If you're not at the top of your game, brain chemistry may be to blame. Learn to think and react quicker, and overcome stress and anxiety more successfully. Reach peak performance in mind, body, and soul with help from Dr. Joel Robertson, "The Brain Guy"!

Guest: Dr. Joel Robertson

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12-20-08

Christmas with Amy Grant
With four Christmas albums recorded, that silent night 2,000 years ago clearly has made an impact on Grammy winner Amy Grant. Listen as Amy shares her heart song from The Christmas Collection and gives us a peek into Christmas at her home.

Guest: Amy Grant

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12-14-08

Christmas Unwrapped
Christmastime is near: Time for sing-along carols, familiar stories, and social traditions. Ever wonder where they started? Historian Dr. Paul Maier debunks Christmas myths and unwraps the facts of that fateful night in the little town of Bethlehem.

Guest: Dr. Paul Maier

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12-7-08

Lighten Up! It's Christmas
Are you on the brink of a Frosty-the-Snowman meltdown? Don't let the holiday stress of entertaining or unpleasant relatives rob you of Christmas cheer. Join Emily Ballance, renowned counselor and speaker, as she gives tips on adding humor to keep it merry.

Guest: Emily Ballance

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11-30-08

The Mortgage Crisis Hits Home
The U.S. economic recession is hitting people hard and fast. To date, the homes of 11 million Americans have fallen to the mortgage crisis. Hear from a woman whose family is facing calamity and get real advice from experts who offer workable solutions.

Guest: Ron Blue, Kelly Corday, Amy Shaw, and Todd Sipe

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11-23-08

Thanksgiving to the Rescue
Got big Thanksgiving plans? Great! But what if you had no job, poor health, and absent loved ones? Would that ruin it? Listen how Charlie Plumb, a six-year POW in Vietnam and author of I'm No Hero, shocks us with his favorite Thanksgiving story.

Guest: Captain Charlie Plumb

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11-16-08

The Win-Win of Adopting
As National Adoption Awareness Month, November is about giving kids a home they never had. Adopting can be a win-win for all involved: child, parent, grandparent, and professional. Tune into this program that will both inform and inspire.

Guest: Sherri Loeffelman, Dr. Ruth Ann Brinkmann, Jennifer Wallace-Ebeling, & LaNell Hill

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11-9-08

Heroes at Home
Super heroes sell out at the box office. We can't get enough. What about real-life heroes -- the ones in the trenches? Does anyone care about them? We do. Join us for a Woman to Woman Veteran's Day special to salute Heroes at Home: our soldiers.

Guest: Ellie Kay, Sue Knowles, and the Bacon Family

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11-2-08

Help Your Child Get to Sleep and Stay There
It's not insomnia keeping you up, but a routine plea for a drink of water. If you're a parent, you've no doubt lost some sleep. Dr. Jodi Mindell, author of Sleep Deprived No More, shares how to get your kid to sleep and stay there so you can too!

Guest: Dr. Jodi Mindell

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10-26-08

The Rest is Up to You
With demands today, sleep is viewed as a luxury. Dr. Ana Krieger, Board-certified Sleep Medicine specialist at New York Hospital and Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City, shares the serious impact of sleep deprivation: weight gain, increased risk of cancer and diabetes and accelerated aging. Find out how much sleep you need.

Guest: Dr. Ana Krieger

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10-19-08

Men Are Like Waffles, Women Are Like Spaghetti
You've heard men are from Mars, women are from Venus. But authors Bill and Pam Farrel are here to tell us Men are like waffles...women like spaghetti. They dish up our differences and give us the keys to using these towards a fabulous relationship!

Guest: Bill and Pam Farrell

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10-12-08

For Parents Only...
Kids change quickly. From doting child to hostile teenager, she doesn't want to be like you or even with you! Sound familiar? Shaunti Feldhahn and Lisa Rice wrote For Parents Only to help parents demystify teen thinking and build closer ties.

Guest: Shaunti Feldhahn and Lisa Rice

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10-5-08

Have a New Kid By Friday!
Are reasonable expectations-be polite and pitch in at home-too much to ask from your child? You don't need to raise your voice to get your child's attention. You need author and psychologist Dr. Kevin Leman: he promises you a new kid by Friday.

Guest: Dr. Kevin Leman

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9-28-08

The Good Life vs. the "Perfect" One
Unrealistic expectations end in discontentment. Kathy Collard Miller, recovering perfectionist and author of Why Do I Put So Much Pressure On Myself?, teaches us to accept life's less-than-perfect outcomes and trust God's gentle plan for us.

Guest: Kathy Collard Miller

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9-21-08

What's Eating You? Eating Disorder Recovery
We all struggle with food, but when it takes control, it's time to get help. Meet former gymnast Jill Reinwald who battled an eating disorder nearly killing her. Also, Dr. David Hawkins offers insight and advice on escaping addiction's grasp.

Guest: Dr. David Hawkins & Jill Jordan Reinwald

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9-14-08

Your Self Talk Matters
Did you know you have a stream of 150 to 300 words of self-dialogue each minute? At 15, a rare disease stole Jennifer Rothschild's sight. Now, an accomplished author and recording artist, she tells how this self-talk can make or break you.

Guest: Jennifer Rothschild

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9-7-08

The Art of Living Below Your Means: Part 2
Mary Hunt, AOL Money Coach and bestselling author of 17 books, wasn't always the financial expert she is today. She was $100,000 in debt! Mary returns to share how she got out of the rubble and give tips on how you can find financial freedom too.

Guest: Mary Hunt

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8-31-08

The Art of Living Below Your Means: Part 1
Your debt keeps you awake, interferes with your relationships, it even keeps you from answering your phone! Let Mary Hunt, creator of Debt-Proof Living teach you the art of living below your means with tips for today to protect your tomorrow.

Guest: Mary Hunt

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8-24-08

Rules for Women in a Man's World
As Miss America of 1990, CBS News Correspondent and now host of The Early Show, Debbye Turner has learned the rules for playing with boys fair and square and is excelling in a man's world. She'll share how to be successful without the striving.

Guest: Debbye Turner

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8-17-08

Say Goodbye to Your Painful Past
Consumed with shame from a childhood full of abuse, Jan turned to alcohol and promiscuity to mask her pain. By age 20, she was divorced with a young son. Learn how Jan's life turned around and how she is now helping other women to be Set Free.

Guest: Jan Coates

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8-10-08

The Girl With 3 Hearts!
Meet the Queen of Hearts. Angela Moore, only 32 and on her third heart, is living proof it's not the cards you're dealt, but how you play them. Hear Angela's story of facing loss - health, career and parenthood - all with a thankful heart.

Guest: Kathy Rule & Angela Moore

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8-3-08

Changing the World One Diaper at a Time
Job loss can knock you off your feet. With a baby coming and a downsized husband, Jenn received a life-changing call: She too was jobless. Learn how Jen recovered and now owns a debt-free "baby" business. She says if she can do it, anyone can!

Guest: Jenn Labit

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7-27-08

Learning to Breathe Again
Losing someone you love is devastating. Recording artist and author, Tammy Trent, learned that first hand when she lost her husband suddenly in a diving accident-just one day before 9-11. Find out how Tammy learned to breathe again.

Guest: Tammy Trent

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7-20-08

STD's: One Woman's Return From Shame
When Jen was diagnosed with a sexually transmitted disease, she quickly discovered how "free and casual" sex could become "medical and forever." Hear how God led Jen from isolation to trusting Him with her dark secret and the rest of her story.

Guest: Jen Oxford

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7-13-08

Hollywood Stories and Yours
Award-winning Producer Ken Wales is lauded for his CBS series Christy and recent film "Amazing Grace" on Wilberforce's fight to abolish slave trade. Ken shares on working with Walt Disney and famous stars and God writing His story through you!

Guest: Ken Wales

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7-6-08

Be the Mom
Julie Barnhill , author of One Tough Mother: It's Time to Step Up and Be the Mom talks about the NON-negotiables of motherhood, facing your giants, saying "no" like you mean it, and how to love 'em like crazy-all within God's blueprint for mothers!

Guest: Julie Barnhill

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6-29-08

Take a Load Off, Part 2
Dr. Richard Swenson continues his powerful prescription for managing time more effectively. He shows how to avoid being out of time ALL the time, and how to stop borrowing time from sleep or leisure to get things done. Win the race against the clock!

Guest: Richard Swenson, M.D.

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6-22-08

Take a Load Off, Part 1
Richard Swenson, M.D. and author of Margin: Restoring Emotional, Physical, Financial, and Time Reserves to Overloaded Lives describes time as God's gift. His practical insights are designed to make overcrowded lives functional again.

Guest: Richard Swenson, M.D.

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6-15-08

You Are Your Father's Daughter
Every woman longs for the acceptance, love, and approval of her father. But what if past hurts damage that relationship? Earl Henslin, PhD, offers some clues to help us understand our earthly father and reveals how our heavenly Father heals the hurt.

Guest: Dr. Earl Henslin

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6-8-08

Change Now: Here's How
Are you finding it difficult to get everything done in a day and still have time for yourself? Listen to how one woman changed her ineffective habits and learned to organize herself so she could enjoy life.

Guest: Melanie Wilson

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6-1-08

Redirecting Out of Control Kids
Even the most uncontrollable child has hope for better days when parents learn how to work together and set boundaries.

Guest: Dr. David Ludwig

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5-25-08

The Mother-In-Law Dance
When two women, a mother and daughter-in-law, love the same man, they are bound to be territorial. Discover how to make a win-win relationship between your in-law so you can enjoy each other.

Guest: Annie Chapman

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5-18-08

Risking Love
Children leave the nest to be on their own. But when they never want to see their parents ever again, it can be heartbreaking. Listen to how one family deals with the complete absence of communication with their daughter.

Guest: Deb Wolf

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5-11-08

A New Kind of Normal
What happens when your whole world is turned completely upside down? Learn how one family is coping with the shocking reality that their son is going to spend the rest of his life in prison.

Guest: Carol Kent

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5-4-08

Untangling the Mother Daughter Relationship
Family Therapist Dr. Balswick shares her insights on healing past wounds to increase the closeness mothers and daughters long for.

Guest: Dr. Judith Balswick

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Article Archives

'Woman to Woman' Host Phyllis Wallace Retires

Feminism: Where Are We Now - Pt. 2

Feminism: Where Are We Now - Pt. 1

After the Choice: His Story

After the Choice

Persuading the Strong-Willed Child

Hope for Persons with Developmental Disabilities

Forgetful, Get Over It

Spread the Joy

God's Call on Your Life

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