This year, 40 percent of all American children will be born to an unwed mother. In 1950, the number was closer to FIVE percent.
Many newlyweds are surprised to find that they struggle to embrace the goodness of marital sexual intimacy.
Can your physical relationship with your husband actually glorify God?
Hear practical tips on how to fight fair and stay connected to your spouse.
Do you feel emotionally safe in your marriage?
Dr. Dobson sits down with the lead actress of the film “Alone Yet Not Alone.”
You know it's coming ... Your adorable angels are becoming teenagers!
Why can't your spouse see what you see?
As grandparents, we can sometimes be at a loss for how to connect with our grandchildren.
It's been said that if we knew how wonderful grandchildren would be, we'd skip parenting and jump right to grandparenting!
Men Are Like Waffles, Women Are Like Spaghetti? Bill and Pam Farrel explain what this means and how differences between men and women can enhance your marital relationship.
Do you have trouble making the case for God's existence to those who don’t believe?
Hear the unbelievable testimonies of Heather Mercer and Dayna Curry.
It takes great courage to march into the darkest corners of the earth.
Get tips directly from an Internet safety expert on how to protect your family online.
You know where your kids go when they leave the house, but do you also know where they go online?
Are there family members that you never talk to?
When it comes to raising our children—a little affection and tenderness goes a long way.
So often we’re quick to point a finger at Hollywood or at Washington D.C.
Changes in our laws are slowly making it more difficult to openly share the Christian faith in many sectors—including the military.
America has a great history, but are you praying for its great future?
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