As a child, Amy Peterson read tales of brave missionaries and longed to serve God in an extraordinary way, too. She talks about what it was like to serve God in Southeast Asia.
Do your kids know how to think critically? John Stonestreet talks about hot button issues of our culture and teaches parents how to engage their kids around these topics.
Today's youth are bombarded by information, yet they lack the tools to discern and navigate the cultural waters. John Stonestreet believes kids need to rely on their parents to help them distinguish lies from truth.
John Stonestreet tells how advancements are changing our society for the good and bad. Stonestreet reminds listeners we aren't the first generation to face a broken culture.
Author Sally Lloyd-Jones tells about her calling as a children's author and stresses the importance of reading and connecting with children.
Sally Lloyd-Jones gets us in the spirit of the holidays by recalling the Christmases of her youth in Africa and England. Her book, "Song of the Stars," recounts the birth of Christ.
Ann Voskamp talks about the thrill of "giving it forward." Whether it's through a smile, a financial blessing, or a cup of cold water, we can always find ways to be the hands and feet of Jesus.
Ann Voskamp talks about the meaninglessness of creating a bucket list with exotic places to visit when God calls believers to empty their bucket on others by showering them with love and good deeds.
Ann Voskamp talks about the blessing of thanking God in the hard times. She reminds us that God loves us in and through our brokenness, and it is from that place that we can give thanks most powerfully.
Lou Priolo, biblical counselor and author of "Resolving Conflict," reminds us that when facing conflict, nothing is more important than patience.
If you're not meeting your husband's need for sexual intimacy, then both of you are missing out. Author Rhonda Stoppe says wives need to affirm their husbands with words and actions, in and out of the bedroom.
Trent and Andrea Griffith give a message explaining five ways a wife can show respect to her husband.
Dave and Ann Wilson recall their earliest years of marriage and the problems they couldn't resolve. Hear how God gave their hearts a makeover and transformed their shaky marriage.
Chris and Stephanie Teague talk about getting married as college students, and the cracks that soon appeared in their marriage. Chris shares why he walked away from his faith, and shortly after, from Stephanie.
Every marriage has dark seasons. Author Rhonda Stoppe remembers a time when stress led her to verbally wound her husband. By pursuing Christ first, she began to show respect to her husband.