Jared and Becky Wilson know what advice they'd give themselves in their 20s. They literally wrote the book. Grab smart thoughts for a regret-free decade.
Drs. Sean McDowell and John Marriott reveal why kids leave Christianity, and how parents can prevent and respond to faith crises.
Can deconstructing faith be healthy? Authors Sean McDowell and John Marriott explore the need to wrestle with questions & incongruities toward robust faith.
Podcaster Alisa Childers plowed through years of doubt. She talks about the intellectual curiosity sparking her faith renaissance—and defending truth.
Kathryn and Elisha Voetberg provide ideas to navigate the biggest challenges of bringing a child into the world.
Looking for everyday, you-got-this ways to help kids see Jesus? Children's book author Quina Aragon offers practical ideas.
The God that children's book author Quina Aragon came to know proved Himself more overwhelming—and inspiring—than her pain.
Mary DeMuth shares her experience in parenting wayward adult children, offering insights and guidance for navigating challenging relationships.
Alienated by convictions in your church or family? Professors Tim Muehlhoff & Rick Langer help navigate sensitive discussions and disagree without dividing.
Does civil dialogue ever feel impossible? Drs. Tim Muehlhoff and Rick Langer navigate the treacherous terrain of sensitive topics with powerful techniques.
Humility: It's like groveling, right? Author Gavin Ortlund thinks humility is a mark of a true Jesus-follower, & the tripwire for the life you long for.
Ever wondered in a relationship whether it's a time for truth—or compassion? Author Paul Miller explores the power of honest feedback to in relationships.
We hear about loving like Jesus—but what's that even look like? Author Paul Miller unpacks His methods of truly seeing others and acting in ways that matter.
What if living “sent” is more than what you do? Professor Heather Holleman chats about evangelism as identity and living on purpose in your neighborhood.
Tim Barnett of Red Pen Logic joins Shelby Abbott to discuss faith, tough questions, and the historical evidence for Christianity.
You want to follow Jesus. But what's it look like to be all in? Shelby Abbott divulges his own recent path to give it all up (even that one thing) for Jesus.
Is your relationship with God not what you thought it'd be? Podcasters Rachel Faulkner-Brown and Karen McAdams have ideas to help you find Father's House.
A sprint from shame kept podcaster Karen McAdams from the heart of God. Along with her co-host Rachel Faulkner-Brown, Karen shares her story.
Lina Abujamra found herself spiritually thirsty and alone. Was God with her, she wondered, or a mirage? Here, she dusts off the gifts of a spiritual desert.
Somewhere along the way, the Christianity she knew began crumbling. Lina Abujamra shares about fractured faith—& deconstruction that brought her back to God.
What do you do when you're grieved, bitter, or straight-up angry with God? Author Philip Yancey offers powerful ideas for unvarnished emotion.
Why is God hidden? Silent? Unfair? Author Philip Yancey wrestles with all-too-real disappointment with God—and looks our questions in the eye.
God's laced the Bible with stories of women strong or vulnerable, evil or deeply good. Author Nana Dolce examines a handful of these prominent females.
The Old Testament is packed with the narratives of women whose lives foreshadowed Jesus. Author Nana Dolce examines several of their life stories.
When I was younger, I would have told you I was a Christian. But I had no understanding of sin and what it meant to submit to Jesus.
As a new Christian, prayer didn't come easy to me. But prayer journaling helped organize my thoughts in a way I felt God could hear me.
Throughout the Bible, God employs unexpected saviors. Author Nana Dolce peers into the lives of Old Testament women who intervened for His people.
Stories pointing to Jesus don't start in the New Testament. Nana Dolce explores Old Testament women's lives, unearthing truths that shape us.
Radio cohosts Brant Hansen and Sherri Lynn talk about their passion of advocating for children with treatable disabilities through CURE International.
Who do you know that's different enough to make you better? Radio cohosts Brant Hansen and Sherri Lynn talk about why they're so much stronger together.