America is creeping ever closer towards God’s judgment as we call evil good, and good evil. But God will forgive us and heal our land, if we earnestly seek His face. This week, hear great speakers from National Day of Prayer 2016, starting with this broadcast!
On this special Memorial Day edition of Family Talk, we’ll take a look back at a few of our nation’s historical figures, including a man who remarked, “Abraham Lincoln is very intelligent, but he has some growing to do!” Join us now in paying tribute to those who have sacrificed everything to ensure America’s enduring legacy.
Are you a single parent wondering when you can start dating again? Do you have a teen daughter who dresses provocatively? Or a teen son who may be sleeping too much? On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Meg Meeker addresses some of the issues parents have brought to her over the years.
Do you know a couple feeling anxiety about the long-term stability of their marriage and wondering if they will be able to go the distance together? Well you don’t want to miss the conclusion of this classic Family Talk broadcast with Bob Kraning as he continues his encouraging message on how a couple can weather the storms of life together.
Doesn’t it seem like we’re surprised when we hear a couple has been married for 20, 25, or 30 years? On this classic episode of Family Talk, hear a great message from somebody who’s made it even further than those anniversaries.
Are you a man who has said “Yes” to the call of Jesus Christ – to follow Him in battle – to become His disciples – and to become more like Him no matter the cost? Well you can’t fight this battle alone, and that’s where the Band of Brothers ministry comes in. Hear part two of their challenging call for men to step up and embrace their rightful heritage.
Every man dies, but not every man truly lives. How can a man be sure he is leading a meaningful life and leaving behind a worthy legacy? One way is by joining with a Band of Brothers to courageously stand against the temptations of today’s culture.
Many years ago, a young woman heard Dr. Dobson on the radio and decided not to have an abortion. That child grew up to become John Bornschein and now on Family Talk, he shares the story of how God has used his life to save others. John Bornschein is now a pastor and national ministry leader touching thousands of lives, and it all started with a voice of truth and encouragement on the radio. Don’t miss this heartwarming story here on Dr. James Dobson’ s Family Talk.
As a seminary graduate who had been raised in a Christian home, she was shocked to find herself divorced with four young children. On this edition of Family Talk with Dr. James Dobson, Angela Thomas describes her journey of shame and embarrassment, and how she fought the lie that God could never use her again because of the “Big D” on her back. It’s hope for all single moms, now on Family Talk with Dr. James Dobson.
As a seminary graduate who had been raised in a Christian home, she was shocked to find herself divorced with four young children. On this edition of Family Talk with Dr. James Dobson, Angela Thomas describes her journey of shame and embarrassment, and how she fought the lie that God could never use her again because of the “Big D” on her back. It’s hope for all single moms, next on Family Talk with Dr. James Dobson.
Everyone walks through a valley at times, and we can’t help but ask God why. After a horrific accident, John Ramstead struggled to rebuild his life. Despite the pain, he learned to trust that God would make everything work for good in the end. Get encouragement for the valley season of your life on this edition of Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk.
John Ramstead fell off a running horse and slammed face first into a fence. He should have been killed, but God spared his life. His road to recovery was long and painful, but now he uses his life to tell everyone about God’s glory. Learn more on Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk.
Many people today believe that Christians have a “blind faith” that’s based on feelings and not facts. But Nancy Pearcey returns to Family Talk to continue her explanation of how Christianity is the only worldview that is consistently logical. She also shows how no other worldview answers the questions that matter the most. Don’t miss this powerful conclusion here on Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk.
Many people today believe that Christians have a “blind faith” that’s based on feelings and not facts. But Nancy Pearcey clearly and carefully explains how Christianity is the only worldview that is consistently logical. She also shows how no other worldview answers the questions that matter the most. Hear this thoughtful message on Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk.
In America and many other nations, the birthrate is dropping. This is about more than the individual choice of having children. Here on Family Talk, Randy and Marcia Hekman explain the cultural and economic cost of a falling birthrate.
Children may not come cheaper by the dozen, but for the Hekmans, they brought a house full of love. Here on Family Talk, Randy and Marcia Hekman explain how God inspired them to have more children than they initially planned. Hear their roller coaster story on this edition of Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk.
On December 17, 2012, radio talk show host and former baseball player, Frank Pastore [PAS-tor-ee], went to be with the Lord — a month after he was in a motorcycle accident in California. On this classic edition of Family Talk, we will hear Frank share his moving testimony about how his teammates led him to Christ and his realization of what really matters. It’s a challenge to all of us to examine our faith and beliefs in Jesus Christ, so that we too can spend eternity with Him.
Who has a limitless supply of hugs, a keen wit, and an uncanny ability to know exactly when we’re hurting… and how to fix it? It’s MOM, of course! Tune into this broadcast as we honor women and hear Dr. Dobson reflect on the impact his mother has had on his life.
Belligerent politics, recurring racial tensions, economic stress and more – we’re facing problems in every area in our nation, and God is the only answer. Today is the 65th annual National Day of Prayer, and Dr. Tony Evans, Shirley Dobson, and John Bornschein challenge believers to Wake Up and pray for this nation like never before.
Yes, America has her problems, and over the past few years we’ve heard about most of them. But there is still hope for this great nation, and on this edition of Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk, Chaplain Barry Black and movie Director Alex Kendrick will encourage us to seek the Lord and watch Him heal our land.
Most Christians never share their faith, yet 80% percent of nonbelievers are open to the gospel. If you struggle to know what to say, you don’t want to miss this Family Talk broadcast. Barry Meguiar continues to share how easy it is to reach out to unbelievers.
76% of people attending church for the first time are there because someone they know invited them, but only 2% of churchgoers invited a non-believer to church in the last year. We know we should share the gospel, but we don’t always know how. Here on Family Talk, Barry Meguiar joins Dr. Dobson to show how easy it is for believers to spread the good news.
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