Will my kids abandon the faith? Authors Sean McDowell and J. Warner Wallace realize this is a question on the heart of parents. While there are a lot of factors that lead to a child's thriving faith, hear what studies have shown to be the number one factor to a thriving faith, on FamilyLife Today.
None of us is good at everything. Why, then, do we expect our kids to be? Authors Brandon and Analyn Miller, parents of seven children, changed their parenting strategy 10 years into the parenting journey. Hear what they realized about their kids when they parented to their strengths rather than their weaknesses, on FamilyLife Today.
Every parent wants a recipe for raising the perfect child. But each child is different and must be parented according to their strengths. Today on the broadcast, Brandon and Analyn Miller, remind us it's our job to find out what is unique about each of our children. We need to become students of our children to discover who God made them to be.
Jennifer Lyell has taught children about Jesus for years in her Sunday school class. Lyell tells how one little boy in particular, Job, touched her heart and convicted her of the importance of teaching God's truth to the youngest among us.
At what age can children start understanding the Scriptures? Jennifer Lyell assures listeners that children as young as three years old can understand simple concepts of the Bible.
Like many men, Cory Carlson found great success and meaning climbing the corporate ladder. But when he put too much focus on his career and not enough attention on his wife, he almost lost his marriage.
By all appearances, businessman Cory Carlson had it all a lucrative career, an impressive home, and a beautiful wife. He also had a secret. Hear what happened when he told his wife, and where their marriage is today.
What happens when marital trust is broken? Brian Goins, Shaunti Feldhahn, and Ann Wilson talk about when a wife distrusts her husband and her heart turns cold, and how a husband can rebuild trust with his wife.
After dating only five months, and finding out they were expecting, Tim and Kathy Bush got married. They tell how they went from being self-focused to experiencing a Christ-focused marriage.
Susan Yates and her husband wanted a way they could invest in their grandchildren and strengthen the relationships between cousins. With that, Cousin's Camp was born. Yates talks about how preparing ahead and being intentional help to make camp days a suc
Part 2 with Dr. John Piper on Conoravirus and Christ. Practical wisdom on how to leverage this unprecedented opportunity, how can parents help kids through this
Our culture is experiencing an epidemic of loneliness. Kelly Needham asks, do we have the right view of friendship, starting with a solid relationship with Christ
Why did Jesus go to the cross? John Piper says the explanation is love. Using the life of Paul as an illustration, Piper explains what living in the hope of the resurrection looks like.
Dave & Ann Wilson and Bob Lepine discuss with Dr. John Piper his timely new book,Coronavirus and Christ..How can God be good in suffering, and how God is using the virus to awaken us from our sin.
Kim Anthony talks with human trafficking expert Rebecca Bender. Bender fell into prostitution through the encouragement of her boyfriend who was a trafficker, and explains how she turned to drugs and eventually overdosed. Bender tells how she eventually escaped.