Moody Radio Cleveland
The Morning Program with Mark and the Morning Team

The Morning Program with Mark and Gary

Air Date May 7, 2013


Summary

On today's program guests include Lois Evans and Rick Hawksley.  Additional items referred to may be found on Moody Radio Cleveland's Facebook page:  Facebook Group.

Featured

Lois Evans

6:05 a.m. - Lois Evans
Senior Vice President, the Urban Alternative, Dallas, Texas
Topic: Moody Publishers’ reissue of Evans’ book Seasons of a Woman’s Life now that she is a grandmother
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6:15 a.m. – Mark and Gary
Topic:  The Word of the Day
pellucid – allowing the passage of light

6:45 a.m. – Mark and Gary
Topic: A miracle on Cleveland’s west side with 3 missing women found alive
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6:54 a.m. – Mark and Gary
Topic: Bright Hope International rescues a child who was trafficked for 12 years in India
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Rick Hawksley

7:05 a.m. – Rick Hawksley
Writer, gardener, architect, Kent, Ohio
Audio Blog Topic: Garbage Day
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7:15 a.m. – Mark and Gary
Topic: Can God restore what is seemingly lost for Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus?
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7:45 a.m. – Mark and Gary
Topic: We pray for those in the fight against human trafficking
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8:05 a.m. – Lois Evans
(Same as 6:05 a.m.)

8:15 a.m. – Mark and Gary
Topic:  The Grab Bag Question
How many daily records for snow and cold were set in the United States last month? Almost 10,000 (exactly 9,787 snow, ice and cold temperature records)

8:45 a.m. – Mark and Gary
Topic: Amanda Berry’s 911 call and finally freedom
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Host

Mark Zimmerman

Mark Zimmerman

Born in Cleveland, Mark grew up in Geauga County. After graduating from West Geauga, Mark went to Bowling Green where he majored in Radio/TV. Mark landed a job at WUAB-TV where he did just about everything. He entered the advertising world in 1987 working at various area agencies. In February 1993, Mark was heard for the first time on Moody Radio Cleveland as a part-timer, and started hosting The Morning Program in 2000.

Mark lives in Lake County with his wife Wendy, three daughters, a large cat, and an active dog. Mark sings in the praise team at church, leads an adult Sunday School class and serves on the board of Building Hope in the City. With the entire Zimmerman family, Mark is very involved in the ministry of the Love & Hope Children’s Home in El Salvador.