Jack Alexander believes that each person always has something to give, if not financially, then through their time and talents. Alexander cautions listeners to avoid capacity killers and to lean into God.
Jonathan and Wynter Pitts want their four daughters not to be afraid of the world. That's why they are grounding them in the truth of God's Word.
Jonathan and Wynter Pitts know what it's like to raise girls. The Pitts encourage parents to get to know their children's personalities and preferences so they can best encourage their interests and talents.
Jonathan and Wynter Pitts talk about their adventure of raising four girls. The Pitts talk realistically about the challenges of loving, guiding, and protecting their daughters.
Dennis Rainey offers suggestions for ways couples can use adventure, intrigue, and surprise to keep the romance alive.
Marriage is built upon a foundation of commitment to Christ and to your covenant with each other. Dennis Rainey talks about proactive ways you can uphold your marriage commitment.
Pastor Todd Wilson, a husband for over 20 years and father to seven, tells how he's raising his children to know what a biblical marriage is like.
Pastor Todd Wilson points listeners back to Jesus to talk about sexuality. Wilson reminds us that Jesus came to earth as a male and will continue for all eternity as a male.
Pastor Todd Wilson talks about God's design for sexuality. Wilson challenges listeners to consider what God was doing when He intentionally created humans male and female.
Are you taking care of yourself? Ronnie Floyd tackles the topic of living fit in all areas of our lives: spiritually, physically, relationally, financially, and emotionally.
Daniel Anderson and his daughter, Jacquelyn, both high school teachers, get a first hand look at the dating practices of teens each day. Together they give an honest take on the status of teen dating.
Veteran high school teacher Daniel Anderson and his daughter, Jacquelyn, reminisce about Jacquelyn's high school years and the "no dating" policy that ruled their household.
High school teachers Daniel Anderson and his daughter, Jacquelyn, dispel some myths teens have about dating.
Nancy Houston talks about the dangerous addiction of pornography. "Porn is often used to medicate pain," Houston says, "But there are deeper issues that usually need healing."
Nancy Houston encourages those involved in marital infidelity due to porn or a sexual affair, that healing is possible if you're willing to do the hard work.