Host:Dr. James Dobson
The late Florence Littauer grew up with her family in three small rooms behind her father's general store during the Great Depression. She vividly remembered once overhearing a customer tell her mother, "It's a shame there's no hope for your children!" Thankfully, Florence's father, who had the gift of encouragement, built her up into a great woman and world-renowned Christian leader. Proverbs 18:21 declares that "Life and death is in the tongue." On this edition of Family Talk, Florence explains that our words should be like silver boxes with bows on top.
Florence Littauer (1928-2020) was a nationally sought-after speaker and author who for 25 years helped train women to become Christian leaders through CLASSeminars (Christian leaders, authors and speakers seminars), which she founded in 1981. Florence authored more than 40 books, including Personality Plus and Silver Boxes. Known worldwide for her teachings on biblical truths, relationship issues and life skills, Florence received numerous awards, including the National Speakers Association’s Council of Peers Award for Excellence. She graduated from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, with a bachelor’s degree in English and a minor in psychiatry. Florence passed away in 2020 and is survived by her three children and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.