Everyone wants to be wanted. Melissa Ohden shares about the struggle she faced after finding out she had survived an abortion, and how being wanted by her adoptive parents and our Lord made all the difference.
What do you say to someone who believes abortion is their only option or struggles with the weight of guilt from having had one? Bob Lepine addresses the struggles people face on this issue and shares the hope of a Savior who loves them.
When infertility closed the door, Heather DeJesus Yates still trusted God with her dreams. Through a little plant, she realized that she could still live a fruitful life investing in the next generation.
Adoption hasn't been an easy journey for the Douglass family. Judy Douglass shares the realities of raising a rebellious child, and how she continues to be amazed at God's continued work in Josh's life.
Mike Berry recalls the dark season of his parenting years when his son was out of control and injured another child. Berry tells how being willing to confess and offer grace to forgive is key in winning a child's heart.
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.
Matt and Glenna Bevin had a heart for adoption, but with five children in the home, the State of Kentucky said "no" on a sixth child. Hear how the Bevins' passionate quest to adopt landed them in the governor's mansion of Kentucky.
Mike Berry gives an honest look at the challenging side of adoption. Berry tells parents considering adoption that their number one need is for education and community, and promises there will be hardship alongside the joy.
Mike Berry tells what led him and his wife to pursue adoption and foster parenting. Berry encourages couples to adopt if they feel led, but warns them that at some point they will feel like they are running into a wall.
Dennis and Barbara Rainey, together with David Robbins and his wife, Meg, answer more tough questions from listeners such as: How do I introduce technology to my kids? What should I say to my adopted kids?