April 2: Dr. David Ludden (1pm)

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Dr. David Ludden is a professor of psychology at Georgia Gwinnett College. I will speak with him about the power of forgiveness and restorative justice.

April 3: Prostitution; A Harder Life

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Let’s explore the world of prostitution some more. Then let’s find out what non-partisan experts say about a Trump budget impact on our neediest.

April 4: Emotional Resilience

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More on developing the ability to bounce back.

April 5: Sugar Treatment? America’s Muslims

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Can sugar be used to treat wounds? What else do America’s Muslims want us to know about their thoughts and feelings?

April 6: Africa’s Tech Push; Susan Selden (1:30)

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There is a major push to empower Africa to help take the world into a strong technological future. Susan Selden, Executive Director of the Cumbee Center, will speak with me about human trafficking.

April 7: A Harder Life; America’s Muslims; Just One Drink!

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Let’s see how life for the poor and needy will be impacted by President’s budget. Then let’s hear a bit more from America’s Muslims, including on moral issues. And what about just one drink? Any impact?

April 8: Spiritual Perspectives; Jeff Bumgardner (2pm)

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When it comes to turning away from our wicked ways as prescribed in 2 Chronicles, what comes to mind? I return to my conversation with a great man and a great composer, Jeff Bumgardner.

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