Michael and Gina Spehn both suffered the loss of a spouse to cancer, but their stories turned from grief to hope.
After the recent tornado in central Arkansas, this is a time of extreme emotions here at FamilyLife.
When a tornado roars through a city, destroys homes and devastates families, how are we to react?
God handed this mother's little boy the key to set her free.
Lisa Beamer's witness after 9/11 exemplifies what it means to be salt of the earth.
As a Christian family, we should help our aging parents finish life well--as a lasting testimony to us, to our children, and to anyone who might be watching.
A man's last words reflect the life that he lived. What will yours be?
Are you prepared for suffering?
How do you respond when bad things happen?
If God is good, then how can He allow suffering?
Some losses are temporary. Others are permanent.
Do you believe in God’s goodness even when bad things happen?
What can we learn from those who have disabilities?
What does it mean to trust God in all circumstances?
Where do you turn when all hope seems gone?
Sometimes the unimaginable happens.
Where is God when it hurts?
Are the brokenhearted near the Lord?
Where is God when we suffer?
Today on the broadcast, David Cox, a marriage and family counselor, talks honestly about his father's suicide.
Today on the broadcast, Dennis Rainey talks with well-known speaker and author, Joni Eareckson Tada, and her husband of 25 years, Ken.
How will we know when the end is near?
God is good all the time, but it's hard to believe that when someone we love is dying.
What is hospice?
Hear how a person can do more harm than good by refusing to acknowledge how ill a loved one really is.
Tammy Trent talks about the tragic accident that took her husband's life and trying to learn to live without him.
Tammy Trent talks about the vacation she and her husband took that changed their lives forever.