What’s a simple thing that everyone can afford and is guaranteed to improve any relationship? In fact, you probably have this powerful tool with you right now. It’s kindness, and Shaunti Feldhahn says it’s a superpower that could change the world!
Imagine 7,000+ men–fathers, sons, brothers, seekers and Christ-followers–coming together to worship God and learn more about the life of true adventure He intends for us. The Ignite Men’s Impact Weekend was all that and more. Hear Joe White discuss how men can rely on the strength of the cross to take on the challenges they face daily.
Seven out of every ten Christian kids are leaving the faith after high school, and it's leaving them without a hope or future. But what if we told you there was a fun, proven product that could equip your children to strengthen and defend their faith? Hear all about a great audio adventure series your kids will love and which will grow their faith.
Oftentimes we see discipline and instruction as the costs of parenting, but actually they are our greatest opportunities. On this edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson will interview the late Zig Ziglar about the effectiveness of positive parenting.
“You don’t understand me!” “You blow everything out of proportion!” Every married couple has heard those words at some point because all marriages have conflict. How you handle that conflict will shape your marriage for years to come. Handled correctly, conflict could be one of the best things to happen to your marriage!
There’s no heart like a mother’s heart and no prayer like a mother’s prayer. But sometimes it’s hard to keep praying when your child has walked away from the faith. You’ll be encouraged as you hear how one mother’s persistent prayers helped deliver her son from rebellion.
Six hours a day, 180 days a year, for 13 formative years, children in public school are exposed to a secular world view that denies the existence or the relevance of God. What is the impact of that exposure on impressionable minds?
Six hours a day, 180 days a year, for 13 formative years, children in public school are exposed to a secular worldview that denies the existence or the relevance of God. What is the impact of that exposure on impressionable minds?
The scripture says the power of life and death is in the tongue. On this broadcast, Florence Littauer illustrates that truth with stories from her life and reminds us to build others up with our words. This timeless message will challenge you to think about what you speak into the lives of those around you, so don’t miss this encouraging edition of Family Talk.
If you ever thought you were too broken for God to use, you don’t want to miss this edition of Family Talk. As a child, Victor Marx survived four abusive step-fathers, and now he runs a ministry to free children around the world from abuse and trauma.
From Olympic glory to torture in a Japanese prisoner of war camp. Louis Zamperini is an American hero who—after becoming a Christian—traveled to Japan to forgive the people who tortured him. On this edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson will interview the son and daughter-in-law of the late Louis Zamperini.
Religious broadcasters from across the nation and around the world gathered last week to discuss religious freedom and other issues important to a free press. Hear from the President of the National Religious Broadcasters as he discusses the future of Christian media in an increasingly secular culture.
The father-daughter relationship is crucial to a girl’s understanding of herself and to who she grows up to be. So how can a father help her to become a strong, confident woman? And what if she’s already a teenager? Is it too late?
It’s so easy for parents to get caught up in the day to day hustle and bustle of raising children and not really notice the years racing by. Now on Family Talk, hear a great reminder of how parents can keep their eyes on the finish line and build an intentional legacy for generations to come.
Every day in America, a woman is abused in some way every 15 seconds. And even though 25% of church going women experience some abuse in the home, the church isn’t always equipped to handle this problem. Now on Family Talk, hear how anyone stuck in a destructive relationship can find freedom and help.
Frank Peretti knows what it’s like to be bullied. His early years were marred with not only physical scars from multiple surgeries, but many emotional scars as well. On this edition of Family Talk, Frank Peretti raises the question: “How do you put a bandage on a wounded soul?”
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