July 6 Show Line-Up

I am SO excited to announce my guests for July 6. I helped Dr. Ron Eaker publish his first book way back in 2000…back then the title was “Holy Hormones!” and since that time it’s sold untold thousands of copies and is now a Bethany House book entitled “A Woman’s Guide to Hormone Health”.

eaker2During my first show a lady called during the commercial break and asked if we could talk about hot flashes….I said…”ummmmmm, sure, but not today!” Well, July 6 will be the day!

Confused by the wide array of treatment options for menopause? By conflicting studies on hormone replacement and side effects? By alternative therapies that seem un-Christian? In A Woman’s Guide to Hormone Health, Dr. 51qAbEpmNrL._BO2,204,203,200_PIsitb-sticker-arrow-click,TopRight,35,-76_AA300_SH20_OU01_Ron Eaker examines the various treatments, including herbs, complementary medicine, prayer, diet, and exercise, as well as conventional medications. Discover The truth about hormones, Natural hot flash remedies, Exercise-God’s fountain of youth, Healthy foods and healing herbs, Effective osteoporosis prevention, The healing power of prayer. You’ll learn about your options and how to make choices that work for you. Dr. Eaker addresses much more than hot flashes and osteoporosis. Discover how to get your mind, body, and spirit in balance during this God-ordained time of change.

allison pitmanWe’ll also have in-studio best selling novelist and local San Antonian, Allison Pitman. Not only is she a writer, but also a writing trainer, mother, teacher, speaker, actress and comedian.

In Pittman’s latest historical tale of young women of faith, everything seems to be falling into place for Dorothy Lynn Dunbar as romance blossoms between her and the man who is to assume the role of pastor following her father’s death. As she contemplates the life that seems to be perfectly mapped out before her, she is troubled by the small inkling that she might be missing out on something. It is during a trip to St. Louis that Dorothy Lynn finds herself facing all that life might hold for her when she is forced to make decisions that will forever alter her future. By alternating perspectives between the young Dorothy Lynn of the Roaring Twenties and the now-centenarian Lynnie more than 90 years later, Pittman skillfully paints the complete picture of this bold female character AllforaSongwho is willing to take risks in order to discover the life that she truly is meant to live. Readers of inspirational fiction will be stirred as this story of longing unfolds, revealing testimony to true contentment. — Elizabeth Ponder, Booklist

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