February 11, 2021
Hour 1: Strength for the Cancer Journey, a Conversation with Author Debbie Barr
What are some practical ways to show love to those with serious illness? How about those caring for the ill and dying, how can we be an encouragement to them? We hear from author and health educator, Deborah Barr. Deborah gives us ideas on how to “love better” those that are going through deep waters in regards to their health. We also get Deborah’s suggestions for how we might bless the caregivers in our lives.
Hour 2: Love Like You Mean It: A Conversation with Author Bob Lepine
What is the biblical vision of marriage? How do you know if someone truly loves you and is truly loving? Marriage and family expert Bob Lepine joins Ken and Deb to unpack some of the ten attributes of love from scripture to help us “love better” in this most intimate of relationships. If you are trudging along in your marriage, hoping for something more, you are not alone. There is a way to something more and we get some help from God’s Word for a vision on how to get there!
Hour 3: Mid-Morning Show Coffee Break
Time for the last coffee break of the week!
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IN THIS EPISODE
Debbie Barr is a versatile writer, speaker, and health educator. A master certified health education specialist (MCHES), she also has a bachelor's degree in journalism and a master's degree in health education and promotion. An experienced wellness writer and speaker, Deborah volunteers as a community educator for the Western Carolina chapter of the Alzheimer's Association. Debbie lives in Winston-Salem, N.C., and is the author or coauthor of numerous books including Keeping Love Alive as Memories Fade, Grace for the Unexpected Journey, and Strength for the Cancer Journey.