What is the family, really? And why does it matter? Jim Daly talks with Dennis Rainey about Focus on the Family's new documentary on the family, Irreplaceable.
Tim Muehlhoff offers some communication tips for navigating a difficult conversation.
Tim Muehlhoff reminds us that our words are powerful and can often be misinterpreted.
Words are like seeds. It's best to be purposeful with the words that you sow.
Johnny Carr talks about some of the challenges that can take place in the adoption system. More importantly, Johnny talks about the plight of orphans around the world.
Pastor Johnny Carr shares how he and his wife, a teacher to the deaf, came to adopt three special needs children to add to their family of four.
Carolyn Weber tells how a difficult labor and delivery lead her to death’s door and how God sustained her through that trauma she calls the crucible moment in her marriage.
Dennis Rainey welcomes Kent Weber on the program to share how he witnessed to, and then wooed, his wife, guest Carolyn Weber, whom he met when they were students at Oxford.
Carolyn Weber reflects on her early months as a student at Oxford and her spiritual awakening which began there.
Jesus was right: It really is more blessed to give than to receive.
Can you quickly open your Bible and point out a Gospel passage? Bob Lepine explores 1 Corinthians 15, and the core of the Gospel.
Various guests tell how they used the FamilyLife resource, Resurrection Eggs, to share the gospel at Easter.
Easter offers prime opportunities for sharing Christ. Barbara Craft, Barbara Rainey and others tell how Resurrection Eggs can be a creative tool for sharing Christ.
I believe that the more churches do to strengthen marriages, the more we will bring glory to God.
If we don’t tell couples that no marriage is too broken, how will they know?
It's time for the church to call people back to God's design for marriage.
When we indicated we wanted to help other people grow in their faith and in their marriage the way we had, we had absolutely no idea of what God had in store for us.
What difference can one person make in a world filled with seven billion people?
Amy Lively encourages listeners to love their neighbors in a whole new way by inviting them into their homes.
Through mentoring you can pass on your wisdom to the next generation of married couples.
Thinking through family shepherding in the context of a single-parent home.
When people claim to be saved and on fire for God, it's hard to see some of them crash.
Amy shares how anyone can easily reach out with the love of Christ to their neighbors.
Mike Howerton reminds us God can use anyone for His purposes. Especially the imperfect.
Mike Howerton reminds us God is in the process of restoring and transforming us into something beautiful for His glory.
Author Mike Howerton tells how his life began to change after he told the Lord in earnest that he'd like to be His.
Duane Litfin reminds us that our primary mission as Christians is to preach the gospel.
Duane Litfin shares his concerns about Christians who are eager to get involved in social issues, yet don't feel the need to share the gospel.
Success doesn’t always deliver what it promises.
A "chance encounter" reveals how God is extending FamilyLife's outreach.