Vicki Courtney

Vicki Courtney is a speaker and the bestselling author of many books and Bible studies. She is a past ECPA Christian Book Award winner and a trusted resource among parents. Vicki and her husband have three grown children, a son-in-love, two daughters-in-love, four grandsons and a granddaughter. They live in Austin, Texas where they are blessed to have their children and grandchildren living nearby. More information can be found at

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Vicki Courtney encourages mothers to talk to their sons about chivalry. Mothers and fathers should also talk to their sons about unplanned pregnancy, sexting, and porn. View Show Notes →
Is your son ready for the real world? Vicki Courtney advises moms to encourage their sons toward independence and responsibility so they will be eager to leave home when it's time. View Show Notes →
How does your daughter view herself? Vicki Courtney talks about the harm constant comparison causes, and she encourages moms to teach their daughters their true worth can only be found in Jesus. View Show Notes →
Vicki Courtney reflects on how the use of technology is changing the landscape of our culture, and not always for good. Mothers MUST teach their daughters where their worth and identity come from. View Show Notes →
Vicki Courtney shares how one year, God dropped in her lap a challenging "resolve" to help refugees. She encourages listeners to consider what ways God might be leading them to be witnesses for the gospel. View Show Notes →
In the 50's, the soda shop might have been the place to go to see and be seen, but today kids prefer to do their socializing online. View Show Notes →
Vicki Courtney joins Aaron Kenny and Dennis Rainey to talk about rules for using the internet safely. View Show Notes →
Vicki Courtney talks about the top five issues facing teens today. View Show Notes →
Vicki Courtney talks about how her grandparents' persistence led her back to church. View Show Notes →
Vicki Courtney talks about her teenage years and the secret she kept hidden until after she was married. View Show Notes →