Author Andrew Walker talks about our dignity as individuals. Walker reminds listeners they are more than their moral choices and personal identity because they are made in the image of God.
Author Andrew Walker explains the confusing issue of gender fluidity and how the message promoted by the sexual revolution has contributed to its prominence in today's society.
Author Todd Friel, a professed chief sinner in his household, reveals that the most courageous thing he ever does is apologize to his wife and children for sinning against them.
Todd Friel encourages parents to look beyond behavior modification when disciplining our kids; reminding us that we're all sinners, even parents, so we shouldn't be shocked when kids don't behave.
Todd Friel talks to parents of prodigals who feel they are to blame for their child's waywardness. Friel reminds parents that it's their job to be faithful. It's God's job to bring their children to faith.
Why isn't Easter celebrated like Christmas? Barbara Rainey tells how she and her husband, Dennis, gathered their family together to have an Easter celebration they'll remember for years to come.
Barbara Rainey believes that Easter can be a perfect time to teach your children about Jesus. She shares ideas of how to make Holy Week special.
Dr. Robert Lewis has seen firsthand the terrible cost of masculine passivity. That's why he's championed authentic manhood for decades. Discover the core callings men must address as they quest for authentic manhood.
A father's impression on his children lasts a lifetime. Rick Rigsby tells about his father, Roger Marion Rigsby, and the lessons of kindness and generosity he learned from him.
Rick Rigsby talks about his late wife's battle with breast cancer and her eventual death. It was through those incredibly difficult days that he began remembering and cherishing his father's wisdom.
Emerson Eggerichs explains that one compelling desire of a mother is to connect to her son, and she can do that by what she says and how she says it.
Jen Wilkin explains how our children's possessions, entertainment, friends—entire lifestyle—should display Christ in sharp contrast to the unbelieving world around them.
Jen Wilkin explains how children raised to be followers of Christ should do and say things differently from their unbelieving peers.
Emerson Eggerichs, along with author Ron Deal, share practical ways for moms to relate to and honor their sons. Even when upset, moms need to continue to speak respectfully.
As followers of Christ, we are aliens—this world is not our home. Jen Wilkin introduces five areas in which our children can display their allegiance to God's kingdom.