Dennis and Barbara Rainey know that parenting is hard work. That's why they encourage parents not to try to parent alone, but to be in community with other parents.
Dennis and Barbara Rainey remind us to carefully consider what kind of person they want their children to become and how they can cultivate those character qualities.
Dennis and Barbara Rainey talk about the character traits needed to be a good parent. The first thing moms and dads need is to be growing in their relationship with the Lord and their reliance on Him.
Jaquelle Crowe and her father, Sean Crowe, talk about connecting as a family. Jacquelle talks about how her parents were quick to confess when they made mistakes.
Dennis and Barbara Rainey spent 28 years parenting their six now grown children. The Raineys gladly share their wisdom about what they learned over the years regarding what every child needs.
Mom and Dad: Do you know what your parental assignment is? Dennis and Barbara Rainey list the top 10 things each child needs to be healthy, happy, and whole.
Dennis and Barbara Rainey talk about the joys and hard work of parenting. Dennis shares a heartwarming story from when his daughter Deborah was a teenager.
According to Joni Tada, we should be defined by how we respond to troubles. Hear from quadriplegic and cancer survivor Joni and her husband, Ken.
After almost four decades of marriage, Joni Tada's marriage to Ken has refined into an exquisite portrait of God's sufficient grace.
Is the young man pursuing your daughter worthy of her?
At what point did you feel confident as a parent?
Do you realize that fatherhood is your profession?
As a young man raised by a single mother, Voddie knew what it was like to push the boundaries.
Being a family shepherd isn't just a job; it's a calling.
Shepherds aren't just found in fields. You can also find them in the home.
Did you ever get into a fight?
What does it mean to be a competent person?
Dr. Tim Irwin talks about the three components of a job--commitment, character, and competency.
Dr. Tim Irwin talks with Dennis Rainey about training our sons and daughters to excel in the workplace.
Tim Kimmel talks about how parents can cultivate character, humility, gratefulness and a servant spirit in their children.