Ten years into the marriage, Nancy decided it was time to leave the abuse routinely initiated by her husband.
Nancy Murphy talks about the cycle of abuse many women endure and the fear and anger that often triggers the violence.
Nancy Murphy talks about the domestic abuse she endured at the hands of her former husband.
Shannon Ethridge, an advocate for sexual integrity, talks about discovering God's plan for fulfillment.
Steve Farrar explains how God can use every man to anchor his family.
On today's broadcast, author Steve Farrar talks to men about making a positive impact on their families.
Steve Farrar, founder of Men's Leadership Ministries, shares more coaching tips for dads.
Nationally known best-selling author Steve Farrar tells Dennis Rainey how fathers can anchor their families in Christ.
Dr. Charles Barg recalls how he first became interested in the Christian faith.
Dr. Charles Barg talks about the impact his Jewish father had on him while growing up in a small town in the 1950's.
Joe Stowell talks about being Christ's mouth, eyes, hands and feet in a culture that's hostile to Him.
Joe Stowell tells how Christ can impact the family that seeks to put Him first.
Joe Stowell explains how Christianity is more caught than taught and shares examples from his own childhood.
Dennis and Barbara Rainey talk about the pitfalls that lure unsuspecting teens.
It means a lot to the Lord when we practice hospitality.
Professors of Home Economics, Pat Ennis and Lisa Tatlock, talk about the finer points of running a well-run home.
Pat Ennis and Lisa Tatlock call women to be all they can be by demonstrating God's love for beauty and order in the home.
Dr. Wade Horn, former president of the National Fatherhood Initiative, talks about the importance of fatherhood.
Dr. Wade Horn reflects on the state of marriages and families in the U.S.
Alan Medinger talks about the healing that took place in his life after he placed his faith in Christ.
Sharon Jaynes, Nancy Leigh DeMoss, and Nancy Stafford give a biblical view of beauty enhancements.
Lee Strobel, Saddleback Church teaching pastor, makes a case for Christ.
Tom and Jeannie Elliff talk about the ten questions parents should ask their children to cultivate communication.
Jeannie, wife of Tom Elliff lists some of the questions she asks Tom yearly to keep their marriage sharp.
Tom Elliff encourages husbands to ask their wives a set of questions if they want to see their marriage thrive.
Tom and Jeannie Elliff talk about guiding your family through the storms of life.
Tom and Jeannie Elliff talk about parenting with a rich harvest in mind.
Dr. Dan Allender tells parents how to turn down the voices of the culture in order to parent more effectively.
Dr. Dan Allender talks about extending God's grace to our children.