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Heart of the Matter Radio
18 minutes | Jun 30, 2022
Special Edition: Responding to the Roe v Wade Backlash
We have been working and praying for years to see Roe v Wade overturned, and we rejoice with this court decision. However, we ache to see angry people in the streets, the nasty signs, and the threats to the court members. How should we respond to this backlash? Mavian Arocha Rowe, editor of Chispa and vitural assistant, joins us today as we talk about God's love in the midst of chaos.
15 minutes | Jun 23, 2022
Thinking Deeper: How to Survive a Medical Emergency
My guest this week was Lori Vober. She suffered a stroke at 29, but she survived. As she told her story, she praised her husband for his loyal support. She also offered clues on keeping a marriage strong through adversity.
16 minutes | Jun 16, 2022
Thinking Deeper: Teach Your Kids to Respect Their Father
Sunday is Father's day. When my children were young, I encouraged them to come up with ideas to celebrate dad. However, to do that, you have to teach them to respect him all year. My guest this week was Rhonda Dragomir and she shared her thoughts on teaching respect. In addition, I'm offering moms a free resource for Father's Day. You can learn ways to show your hubby he's special all year.
16 minutes | Jun 9, 2022
Thinking Deeper: Helping Your Disabled Child
Nothing hurts like watching your child struggle to learn. I've been there. This week, Victoria Cuore shared her story and explained how she ministers to families with disabled children.
24 minutes | Jun 2, 2022
Thinking Deeper: How to Resolve Conflict
As women, we tend to avoid conflict. We want our nest to be safe and peaceful. However, we cannot avoid conflict. Right now, our world overeflows with it. Oletha Barnett was my guest this week. She runs Conciliation Services.com which assists churches, schools and families manage conflict with Biblical principles. She shared her thoughts on how to navigate tense situations.
15 minutes | May 26, 2022
Thinking Deeper: Remembering and Celebrating Memorial Day
This is Memorial Day weekend, and we need to remember the warriors who kept us free. This week, Carla Morris told her father's story. He was a 'silent peacekeeper' in the Airforce, and officials have declassified his job. He cared for the atomic bomb. Learn about his airforce base here. And see a video here.
32 minutes | May 19, 2022
Thinking Deeper: Momlife chat with Mother and Daughter Team FINAL
This week we have a special treat: a mother/daughter team who chat about mothering issues. We often think of tension between moms and daughters. Blythe Daniel and her mother Helen McIntosh get along well and share mothering secrets.
19 minutes | May 12, 2022
Thinking Deeper: How to Survive Pregnancy After Loss
Women want to be moms, and ofen we have no issues carrying a child. However, a miscarriage hurts, and you realize so many things can go wrong. The next pregnancy frightens her. My guest this week was Jenny Albers who wrote about losing two different babies. She explains her emotions and tells how she survived.
26 minutes | May 5, 2022
Thinking Deeper: How to Support Moms Who Are Different
As I was folding clothes, I recalled my mother folded towels in thirds and in thirds again. I assumed everyone folded them that way. Looking back, I wonder if she folded them so they would fit in her narrow linen closet, but I've seen lots of other was to fold towels. This week we celebrate Mother's Day. And my guest and I talked about how to encourage moms who might do things differently. Peggy Sue Wells had seven children and gained so much knowlege to share.
38 minutes | Apr 28, 2022
Thinking Deeper: How to Teach the Birds n Bees in Our Culture
I used to watch cartoons when I was young, but today your child may get inappropriate messages. The new sexual agenda permeates our society. Hillary Ferrer was my guest. Her ministry is Mama Bear Apologetics and she talks about what a parent can do to make a difference today. We discussed her book, Mama Bear Apologetics: Guide to Sexuality.
26 minutes | Apr 21, 2022
Thinking Deeper: Darwin VS Intelligent Design
We have an inutitive sense the world we live in was designed, which runs contrary to Darwin's Origin of the Species. Daniel Reeves from Discovery Institute was my guest, and he shared resources and research.
7 minutes | Apr 14, 2022
Thinking Deeper: The Hope and Joy of Easter
34 minutes | Apr 7, 2022
Thinking Deeper: How to Make Good Decisions
Our choices impact us and others. Remember, Eve at the forbidden fruit, which changed the world forever. This week, Peggy Sue Wells joined me. She has just co-authored the novel, The Patent. The central issue revolves around decision making which turned out poorly. In light of the story, Peggy Sue shared tips on making good decisions.
34 minutes | Mar 31, 2022
Good News on Managing Anxiety
Many women deal with anxiety and worry. We ladies like our lives to be safe and comfy, but life disturbs our peace. My guest this week was Michelle Lazurek. The Lord taught her huge lessons on managining anxiety and she wrote a book sharing what she learned.
23 minutes | Mar 24, 2022
Hope for the Abused Woman
According to the NCADV, domestic violence hotlines receive about 19,000 calls each day. One in four women experience either sexual violence, physical violence or stalking by an imtimate partner during their lifetime. My guest this week was Victoria Cuore, who survived an abusive husband. She offers help and a listening ear to women in crisis.
32 minutes | Mar 17, 2022
New Evidence the Earth Was Designed
Would you like to believe a lie? I wouldn't. That's why I'm always checking to ensure my I dropped my anchor in the right place, and God is my anchor. When Darwin Publishsed Oriigin of the Species, he proposed life evolved gradually over time, eliminating the need for a Creator. However, today new discoveries show evidence of design. My guest this week was Casey Luskin, who works for Discovery Institute in Seattle. He updated us on the latest research.
17 minutes | Mar 10, 2022
Historical Perspective on Biblical Living
Our culture has adopted unique ideas in the last few years, and many don't make sense. As believers, we hold a Biblical worldview, and that makes us go against the culture. My guest, Lisa Betz, loves the Roman era and has written two mysteries from that time period. She gave her historical prespective on living counter-culturally.
31 minutes | Mar 3, 2022
Helping Your Child Adjust to Change
Change! Last winter when it was cold, our power went out. We moved our cats to my son's to keep warm. However, the youngest cat was very unhappy, and he stayed under the couch refusing to eat. Whenever our kids face change, they experience stress too. Author Heidi Vertrees wrote a book called "Victor Survives Being a Kid. She offered tons of tips that manage the transistion.
12 minutes | Feb 18, 2022
Love: The Importance of Touch
Sometimes I ask my husband to hug me when I'm feeling tense. Nothing comforts quite as well as that physical contact. My guest this week was Donna Frisinger, and she loves to hug. She shared her research on touch to remind us to love on our children and husbands.
27 minutes | Feb 10, 2022
How to Wow Your Husband
The most romatic folk in the world should be married couples. However, it's easy to let the romance go flat Author Pam Farrell offered fun and exiting way to WOW your husband this Valentines Day and everyday.
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