Wishing you cared more about your faith? Uche Anizor gets it. He dialogues about the nuts and bolts of overcoming apathy—and morphing from lethargy to zeal.
Love hurts—in ways far beyond what we expect. Author Paul Miller beckons us to rethink love, even when we’re dying inside.
Life's losses can leave us confused, cynical, bitter. But are we looking at the right map? Author Paul Miller’s “J-Curve”—dying and rising with Jesus—maps a different story.
If God is real, why do we suffer? Author Paul Miller proposes a new framework for life’s losses—and revolutionizes the way we see God in our pain.
Maybe you’d love to parent with thankfulness, kindness…but sometimes, things get ugly. Author Kay Wyma chats about parenting toward grateful, connected kids.
Wish you could be naturally…kinder, more peaceful? Author Kay Wyma explains ways to change your brain through outward practices that transform your world.
Life’s slights and indignities provoke bitterness, resentment, frustration, sadness. But in her Peace Project, author Kay Wyma asks—is there a better way?
Remarriage after widowhood creates unique struggles. Listen to Ryan and Jess Ronne as they continue to conversation on how to overcome struggles in their new roles.
Remarriage after widowhood creates unique struggles. Listen to Ryan and Jess Ronne, parents and stepparents to 8, share with Ron Deal about how insecurities can create conflict in a new marriage after widowhood and how to overcome those struggles.
What’s going on underneath your flip-out moments? Author Jen Oshman knows what lies beneath triggers our reactions—and what to do when we find out.
When the abuse starts, enough is enough. Psychologist Dr. David Clarke helps you form a plan to get out so you can assess your marriage for the long term.
“Am I being abused?” Psychologist Dr. David Clarke helps identify red flags in a friend’s relationship or your own—and what to do when you see those signs.
Ever feel unsatisfied? Author Jen Oshman acknowledges our cultural counterfeits are hollow and leave us feeling unsettled--but where should we turn?
My life is over. That's what Herman Mendoza thought as he raised his arms in surrender. The police had his house surrounded. His kids were in bed while his wife tried to defend him. He tried to run, but it was useless. A once powerful drug lord, Herman no
Author & sports reporter Kim Anthony grew up with scarring realities. She relates a life story of unfavorable odds—and the moment that changed everything.