Wednesday, February 9, 2011

FYI from Leigh! at Lunch 2/9/11

If you are interested in topics that came up during this week's show, here are a few links and tips from Leigh at Lunch on Blog Talk Radio 2/9/11, "Leigh at Lunch with National Day of Prayer." (Click on the title to listen to the show archive now).

Coming soon from 1 Smart Mama
  • Tune in next Wednesday, February 16, at 12 noon EST to join the conversation with Leigh and several graduates of Classical Conversations. Bring your questions about college, life after CC, and more!

  • Ongoing events

  • Don't forget to sign up for end-of-grade testing! Visit our new website, Homeschool Testing Services, to register and get test-prep materials. Check back Feb. 23 for Leigh's conversation with Shannon Brown about the pros and cons of testing.
  • Register as a friend on BlogTalkRadio to be eligible for our weekly drawing! Click "follow" so you'll get updates about spontaneous and pre-recorded shows. Send questions to Leigh via AskLeigh@ymail.com.
  • Check back regularly to find out more about Leigh's tour dates this spring.

  • Notes from today's show
  • For more information about the National Day of Prayer and its history, visit http://nationaldayofprayer.org. This year, the event will take place Thursday, May 5. Click here to read more about John Bornschein, the Executive Director of the National Day of Prayer Task Force. See the Answered Prayers page for more about the visible changes seen as a result of prayer.
  • 2 Chronicles 7:14 is a great reference to begin looking into the biblical basis of corporate prayer and confession.
  • Read Joni Eareckson Tada's National Prayer for 2011. Find out more about Joni's work at www.Joniandfriends.org.
  • Visit the Duke Center for Spirituality, Theology, and Health to see examples of research on prayer and health.
  • Mr. Bornschein's newest book, The Front Line: Prayer and Spiritual Warfare, will be out sometime next week. Find this and other resources at the National Day of Prayer Store. He especially recommends Drive Thru History: America for homeschool families.
  • For help making the National Day of Prayer relevant for kids, Mr. Bornschein recommends the Pray for Everyday Heroes kit.
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