The family is the foundation of our entire society. Today on Family Talk, you will hear from the late Bible teacher Howard Hendricks, who lays out reasons why this institution is essential to the health and well-being of our nation. Through this timeless presentation, Professor Hendricks talks about the disappearance of the traditional home, and describes the negative impact that culture and even the church has had on the family.
Howard Hendricks was a longtime pastor, professor, author and speaker. For sixty years, Professor Hendricks taught Bible exposition and hermeneutics at Dallas Theological Seminary. He was a mentor to many prominent Christian leaders, including Chuck Swindoll, Tony Evans and David Jeremiah. Hendricks served as chaplain for the Dallas Cowboys football team for eight years. He evangelized in over 80 countries and spoke for many groups, including Promise Keepers, The Navigators and Billy Graham’s The Cove. He authored over twenty books, including Say it With Love, Heaven Help the Home, Husbands & Wives, and A Life of Integrity. Howard Hendricks passed away in 2013, and is survived by Jeanne, his wife of 65 years, his daughter Beverly, sons Robert and William, and many grandchildren.