So, what do you call a stepfamily?
It's that time of year again when you not only need to plan for the holidays but need to prepare for co-parenting issues that inevitably arise. Ron Deal and guests share their wisdom and blunders of navigating holidays through the years.
Money matters can be a pain point in any marriage and family. However, stepfamilies can produce monetary minefields! Ron Deal, along with, Greg S. Pettys and David O. Edwards, discuss financial planning and how blended families can finance togetherness.
In this episode, Ron Deal talks with Brian and Diane Fromme. They share stories and wisdom from their experience, and Diane gives insight on the challenge of entering a family that is grieving the death of a parent.
Soooo, how strong is your flexibility muscle?
If you want to love someone well, be a gentle-servant.
How do you sift through the murky waters of lawyers, legalities and loss while parenting your children? Ron Deal talks with Willie and Rachel Scott about their perspective and how God walked them through their individual stories of custody matters.
Actions speak much louder than words.
Does your childhood, or previous relationships, ever creep into your current ones? If you've ever noticed that certain themes tend to repeat in our relationships you are not alone. Ron Deal is talking with USA-Today Best-selling author Tricia Goyer.
Really? Jesus learned obedience?
Help me. My family is falling apart.
They just don't get it, Ron. Stepfamilies are not the same.
A pre-nup. You want us to do a pre-nup?
What good is a trust without trust?
Okay, I'm going to let you in on a little secret.
To make a friend, be gentle-respectful.
In stepfamilies, be gentle and respectful.
Do you want to be strong? Be gentle-strong.
Why would you jump out of a perfectly good airplane?
Hey, we respect you enough to give it to you straight.
Are you so bold as to insult God?
A foolish child will make your soul ache.
So, what's your bias?
Experiencing the love of Christ changes us.