What is the difference between giving grace and giving in? Paul David Tripp, Tim Kimmel, Ron Deal, and Caleb Kaltenbach explain what grace is: in parenting, marriage, or relationships with a watching world.
Most Recent EpisodesWhat is the difference between giving grace and giving in? Paul David Tripp, Tim Kimmel, Ron Deal, and Caleb Kaltenbach explain what grace is: in parenting, marriage, or relationships with a watching world.Is prayer a daily discipline for you, or is it something you save "for emergencies"? Crawford Loritts shares principles of effective prayer.Moms, if you had the chance to pick the brain of an older, more experienced mom, what would you ask? Hear what some young moms asked Barbara Rainey during a question and answer session.In the game of "Life" you never know what you'll roll, nor where you'll end up. So describes the lives of Scott and Sherry Jennings, Kim De Blecourt, Robertson McQuilkin, and Chuck Colson as they share their stories.You have three months to live. What do you do? Matt and Lauren Chandler faced this reality when Matt was diagnosed with brain cancer. They tell their story, and how their focus on heaven was sharpened.You spend hours and hours dreaming and preparing for a special wedding day. But what have you done to prepare for the marriage itself? Kevin DeYoung talks about what love looks like in marriage.A father's legacy leaves a lasting impression on his children. H.B. Charles talks about his father's enduring legacy. Hear Jim Daly, Sally-Lloyd Jones, and Rick Rigsby give tributes to their fathers.Larry Fowler, Emmitt Fowler, Hannah Leary, and Barbara Rainey talk about the blessings of hiding God's Word in your heart.
Our weekend program, FamilyLife This Week®, is hosted by Michelle Hill and features marriage and family experts like Dave and Ann Wilson, Bob Lepine, Ron Deal, Dennis and Barbara Rainey, and others. We all face various pressures in our marriages, families, and other valuable relationships…that’s why FamilyLife This Week offers a fresh, engaging dose of practical encouragement and “help for today, hope for tomorrow” to live out your faith in an ever-changing world.