Social media holds remarkable power over our sense of self. Rob Singleton, author of Overliked, gets real about social media and self-esteem.
Social media can do a lot of goodâ€"yet hamstring authenticity. Rob Singleton, author of Overliked, builds out a new way of thinking about social image.
Life’s slights and indignities provoke bitterness, resentment, frustration, sadness. But in her Peace Project, author Kay Wyma asks—is there a better way?
Award-winning musician Jamie Grace knows gritty realities of dealing with anxiety. Could God use your anxiety, like hers, to shape bedrock trust and beauty?
What does love look like? Author Sean McDowell looks at the difference between real love, sex, and our craving to be known.
Suffocating under the weight of mom guilt? Author Maggie Combs gives her true confessions of motherhood and the "rules" moms struggle beneath -- and how to seize their freedom.
Like physical health, your marriage's spiritual health determines resilience & strength for what hurtles your way. Authors Dave & Ashley Willis cheer you on.
Could your physical health influence how you act toward your spouse? Bestselling authors Dave & Ashley Willis chat about genuine change in your bodies & relationship.
Why's emotional health a big deal in marriage? Bestselling authors Dave & Ashley Willis share their story--and how vulnerability became their game changer.
Facing disappointment in a hard holiday season? FamilyLife President David Robbins & his wife Meg grapple with how to have hope through grueling realities.
It’s the most isolated time of the year. What does God tell us in a lonely Christmas? Author Dane Ortlund looks at Psalm 68’s quiet, hopeful comfort.
Is your emotional health on the back burner? Counselor, speaker, and relationship expert Debra Fileta explores how your emotional health might be controlling more than you think.
Lou Priolo, Bill and Vicki Rose, and Tommy and Teresa Nelson tell about the people in their lives who were difficult to love, and how God helped them extend love anyway.
We share "storm stories" of other believers, and how they walked through their own storms with hope in Christ alone.
Your spouse might find openness struggling with depression. But mental health issues don’t just impact the lives of those who have them.
"Even good moms have scary thoughts sometimes," my husband reassured. I didn’t want to admit it. But I knew deep inside I was facing postpartum depression.
Albert Hsu talks frankly about the loss of his father to suicide. Hsu shares how suicide heightens the regular grief that comes with the death of a loved one. Hsu reminds us that God is with us in our suffering.
Author Albert Hsu talks about how people search for answers after experiencing a suicide. Hsu shares about the pitfalls of remembrance, the importance of talking about depression, and to help people know that they are not alone.
Author Albert Hsu is a suicide survivor--he has grieved his own father's suicide. Hsu talks about the effect his father's suicide had on their family and gives us a first-hand look at this complicated loss.
Psychologist Matthew Stanford talks about complexities of anxiety disorders. Stanford coaches parents whose son or daughter might have a mental disorder on how to proceed.
Matthew Stanford, author of the book, "Grace for the Afflicted," talks about the silent epidemic of depression that is sweeping across the U.S., affecting 45 million people, many of whom get no treatment.
Matthew Stanford believes if Christians want to help those struggling with mental disorders, they have to understand what they are.
Is your teen struggling? Dr. Charles Hodges, a practicing physician and certified Christian counselor, offers some practical advice to parents of teens whose behavior is out of control.
Dr. Charles Hodges explains the difference between depression and normal sadness, and helps us look at emotional pain through a biblical grid.
What is bipolar disorder? Dr. Charles Hodges explains the signs and symptoms of bipolar disorder. Bob Lepine talks about his own father, who struggled with this diagnosis.
My husband's depression left both of us feeling helpless and out of control.
Suffering nags us with questions about God in a way that comfort never could.
As a mom it's easy to feel useless, isolated, boxed in or imprisoned at home.
Have you or your spouse found yourself in a deep valley of depression? You're not alone.
How should a person handle depression?
Today on the broadcast, Christian counselors and authors Ed Welch and Leslie Vernick point the weary and depressed to help and hope.
William Cowper experienced it. So did Charles Haddon Spurgeon and the Apostle Paul. What is it? Depression.
Depression feels terrifying, dark, numb, heavy, and painful.