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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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9-2-11

'Woman to Woman' Host Phyllis Wallace Retires
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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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7-30-11

Persuading the Strong-Willed Child
In her book, "You Can't Make Me (But I Can Be Persuaded), Cynthia Ulrich Tobias, Founder, Manager and CEO of AppLe St. (Applied Learning Styles), helps families achieve closeness with their children and restore peaceful loving atmospheres in the home.

Guest: Cynthia Tobias

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7-23-11

Hope for Persons with Developmental Disabilities
Ministry Consultant and Disability Advocate, Mona Fuerstenau, and LCMS pastor Dave Cecil and his wife Joanne, who directs family life ministries at Family Life church in Houston, have children with developmental disabilities. They share their stories and offer suggestions for community awareness and inclusion.

Guest: Mona Fuerstenau, Dave Cecil and Joanne Cecil

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7-22-11

Forgetful, Get Over It
Is forgetfulness repairable? Dr. Joel Robertson, the "Brain Guy", and his daughter, Heidi Robertson, a Wellness Trainer at Robertson Health in Saginaw Michigan, say that we can do something about forgetfulness and increase our ability to remember.

Guest: Dr. Joel Robertson and Heidi Robertson

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7-16-11

Spread the Joy
Why should one give charitable donations and what is the benefit? Betty Duda, who has served on many boards of directors for her financial wisdom, and another guest, Gregg, a successful businessman, share the reasons and blessings of giving to those in need in response to God's provision.

Guest: Betty Duda and guest

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7-9-11

God's Call on Your Life
Barbara Elliott, Director of the Center for Cultural Renewal in Houston Texas, rejoices in the dirty work of renewing the broken cities of America. In her book, Street Saint, she shares her mission to encourage and rebound desperate lives out of the darkness into the light.

Guest: Barbara Elliott

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7-2-11

Terrorism
Brigitte Gabriel, terror expert and author of They Must Be Stopped, and Dr. Alvin Schmidt, Sociologist and Theologian explain the real issues at the heart of modern terrorism.

Guest: Brigitte Gabriel, Dr. Alvin Schmidt

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7-1-11

The Terrorist Next Door
There is no question that Terrorism impacts our liberties, whether or not we lost someone on 911. In his book, The Terrorist Next Door, Investigative Reporter and Terrorism Analyst, Erick Stakelbeck shares important facts about personal and national security.

Guest: Erick Stakelbeck

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6-25-11

Habits of Happy Mothers
Where is the fun in mothering? Pediatrician and Adolescent Physician, Dr. Meg Meeker provides some valuable answers to that question from her book, The Ten Habits of Happy Mothers.

Guest: Dr. Meg Meeker

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6-18-11

The Smart Stepdad's Wife
Stepdad's are heroes, according to Blended Family Expert and author Ron Deal. In his book, The Smart Stepdad, he offers insights on the role played by successful stepfathers.

Guest: Ron Deal

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6-11-11

The Facebook Frenzy
Author Jesse Rice, Theologian Travis Scholl and Counselor Kim Hasty say the hyper-connected are redefining community! They will share ways that we can take advantage of the Facebook revolution without it taking advantage of our desire for identity, our craving to be known, and our need to belong.

Guest: Jesse Rice, Travis Scholl, Kim Hasty

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6-4-11

Organ Donor, Your Turn?
Michelle Higginbotham displayed the compassion of Christ when she donated her kidney to a total stranger in a kidney chain, ultimately benefiting five recipients. Michelle and Organ Transplant Surgeon, Dr. Will Chapman will answer some of the most common questions about organ donation.

Guest: Michelle Higginbotham and Dr. Will Chapman

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5-28-11

Let Freedom Ring
As we celebrate this Memorial Day, we will talk with Vietnam War veteran, Ray Walls, businessman Donn Garton, of Alive Interactive Media, and a gentleman who works with a mission organization. Their insights will encourage us to appreciate our freedoms and to reach out to those countries who seek to achieve freedom through war, economic and spiritual renewal.

Guest: Ray Walls, Donn Garton, added guest

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5-21-11

"Called Out: A Former Lesbian's Discovery"
For 14 years, Janet Boynes struggled with her abusive past, drug use and lesbian lifestyle. In her book, Called Out: A Lesbian's Discovery, she shares her journey to freedom in God's love.

Guest: Janet Boynes

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5-14-11

When HE Has a Headache!
What do you do when he has lost desire? Couples Therapist and author of, The Sex-Starved Wife, Michele Weiner-Davis, and Rev. Dr. Roger Sonnenberg, organizer and speaker for Love Fest at Our Savior Lutheran Church in Arcadia, California, share valuable information about reviving marital intimacy.

Guest: Michele Weiner-Davis and Dr. Roger Sonnenberg

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5-7-11

Mom... What Did You Expect?
Motherhood... what did we expect? Drawing from 46 years of speaking on family, education and social issues, Dr. Jean Garton, author of Who Broke the Baby? shares invaluable insights on the expectations, letdowns, surprises and rewards of motherhood.

Guest: Dr. Jean Garton

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4-30-11

Exercise Is Medicine
Time to get in shape to enjoy the great outdoors! Sports Medicine Physician, Dr. Matt Bayes teaches women how to "move it" for better bone health and increased energy!

Guest: Dr. Matt Bayes

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4-23-11

Struck Down But Not Destroyed
In her book, Struck Down, but Not Destroyed, wife, writer and certified Physical Therapist, Roxanne Smith describes the devastation of a degenerative disc disease she has suffered with for over 20 years. Through her experiences she shares that severe limitations do not have to limit one's zest for life.

Guest: Roxanne Smith

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4-16-11

Easter: The Rest of the Story
Theologian and Professor of Ancient History, Dr. Paul Maier, tackles the hard questions about Easter and the observance. He provides reasons why Christ died, and proof that after three days in the tomb He arose like He said He would!

Guest: Dr. Paul Maier

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4-9-11

Your Best from Your Worst
While her young life was full of good things, traumatic events altered her path many times. Rivers Teske, founder and president of Hidden Choices, Inc., shares the experiences that led her to God and life as an advocate for young women and children in high-risk situations.

Guest: Rivers Teske

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4-2-11

Autism: Breaking Free
Both Emily Colson, who wrote Dancing With Max and Krista Mason, Executive Director of Benjamin's Hope, a community which assists special needs individuals and their families, are proud parents of Autistic children. Through the healing power of God they were able to break through the barriers of autism and find ways encourage their families and others.

Guest: Emily Colsen and Krista Mason

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3-26-11

Healthy Beauty
Could your beauty regimen be doing you more harm than good? In his book, Healthy Beauty, Dr. Samuel Epstein, former professor and Chairman of the Cancer Prevention Coalition provides a guide to the ingredients to avoid and the products we can trust.

Guest: Dr. Samuel Epstein

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3-19-11

Girlfriend Secrets of Success
Secrets of success shared between girlfriends are invaluable. In her book, "It's No Secret", author Rachel Olsen, shares the benefits she gained by telling her story and encouraging others to share theirs.

Guest: Rachel Olsen

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3-12-11

More Thrive Than Strive
You don't have to wait for the "good life"! In her new book, Flourish, Christian psychotherapist and life coach Dr. Catherine Hart-Weber explains how you can intentionally redesign your life and go from "languishing" to "flourishing".

Guest: Dr. Catherine Hart Weber

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3-5-11

Bad Beginnings, Good Endings
Debra Evans' childhood was marked by poverty of the mind, body and soul. In her book, But for God, Through Broken Window Panes, she tells how God's healing changed her bad beginning into good endings.

Guest: Debra Evans

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2-26-11

Children of Divorce
When parents get divorced, children experience the loss of being. In his book, The Children of Divorce, Dr. Andrew Root, explores the often minimized impact of divorce on children, and offers ways to restore them to their full potential.

Guest: Dr. Andrew Root

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2-19-11

Interracial Marriage: Questions and Support
According to a Pew Research Center report, one in seven marriages in the United States today is interracial or interethnic. John Nunes, president and CEO of a worldwide humanitarian organization joins with a couple whose daughter is in an interracial marriage. Together, they will help us explore the tensions and benefits of interracial marriage.

Guest: John Nunes

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2-12-11

Sing Your Song
Singer, song-writer Jetty Rae and her husband, Jason Stewart are two people with different talents. Their love story illustrates how two separate songs can harmonize personally and musically.

Guest: Jetty Rae and Jason Stewart

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2-5-11

Overcoming Emotions That Destroy
Anger is the primary cause of all destructive emotions, according to psychologist Dr. Becca Johnson, co-author of Overcoming Emotions That Destroy. This book shares the "Anger A-B-C-D's", which are practical ways to get control and constructively express anger.

Guest: Dr. Becca Johnson

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1-29-11

Choosing to See
An accident took the life of Mary Beth Chapman's 5-year old daughter, Maria, in May of 2008. Her book, Choosing to See, tells how she and her husband, Gospel recording artist, Steven Curtis Chapman found the strength through prayer to choose to see God's master plan in the midst of tragedy.

Guest: Mary Beth Chapman

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1-22-11

Secrets to Measuring Up
Why are you so critical of yourself? In his book, Why Your Best is Good Enough best-selling author, humorist and psychologist, Kevin Lehman shares how you can enhance your life through faith, learning to accept your flaws and value your talents.

Guest: Dr. Kevin Leman

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1-15-11

Peace of Mind: Get It
A woman's mind can become a junk drawer of good and bad messages, according to Debbie Holley, a Bible study leader and encourager for 30 years. Through her teaching series on how women think, she shares tips on how to delete the negative messages and store more of God's truths.

Guest: Debbie Holley

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1-8-11

Chance To Start Over
Award-winning folk vocalist, Sonia Lee, struggled with alcohol addiction for 15 years. In her latest CD, "Chance To Start Over" she shares the power of Christ along her path to healing.

Guest: Sonia Lee

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1-1-11

Out of Control is Okay
President of the Michigan District - Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, David Maier, his wife Pat, and their son Joel faced potentially catastrophic battles with cancer. Collectively and individually, they learned that through chaotic circumstances God is in control.

Guest: Rev. David Maier, Pat Maier & Joel Maier

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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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