Don and Sally Meredith reveal what it was that led them to Little Rock to start a family ministry for couples, and explain how they were instrumental in bringing Dennis and Barbara together.
Don and Sally Meredith, cofounders of FamilyLife, join their good friends Dennis and Barbara Rainey to reminisce about the good ol' days.
Katie Davis Majors talks about the lives of the people she's served while in Uganda. She also tells the story of how her husband, Benji, proposed and how her daughters were able to witness it.
Author Katie Davis Majors, a wife and mother of 14, talks about the realities of living and serving as a missionary in Uganda.
Katie Davis Majors was 18 years old when she went to Uganda for the first time. By age 23, she had become the mother to 13 adopted daughters. Katie tells how God surprised her with her husband, Benji.
Amy Peterson tells how she tried to satisfy her sense of wanderlust by serving as a teacher in Southeast Asia. During her time there she also saw her thinking change.
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.
Is your marriage stuck in a sea of complacency? Pastor Steve Arterburn, host of New Life Live, and his wife, Misty, remind couples that marriage takes work, but it's never too late to get back in the boat and repair the relationship. The Arterburns borrow some advice from the Greeks and Italians by encouraging couples to play and spend time together and put the fun back into their marriage.
Authors Robert and Nancy Wolgemuth fondly remember the days of their courtship when they discussed becoming a blended family. Nancy recalls how her heart skipped a beat and began to soften as Robert told her how he loved being married and shepherding a wife. Robert gives his best advice for husbands seeking to shepherd well. Joining them is Ron Deal, director of FamilyLife Blended.
Within the heart of a woman is a desire to be protected. Robert and Nancy Wolgemuth, along with Ron Deal, talk about the challenges of shepherding a wife in a blended family. Robert explains what he does in his relationship with Nancy to make following him easier.
Author Robert Wolgemuth, along with his wife, Nancy, and blended family expert Ron Deal, talk to husbands about how to lead their wives as loving shepherds. Nancy, who had never married before she wed Robert, a widower, talks about her expectations, her faith, and the adjustments she faced as a newlywed. Robert also talks to men who feel the burden of being a good provider.
Want your marriage to be more passionate? Best-selling authors Steve and Misty Arterburn share some secrets for better "amore" that folks in the Mediterranean have known for centuries. Backed by research, the Arterburns tell of practical ways to connect with your spouse, including listening, being present, touching, savoring food, and enjoying the surrounding beauty, especially of your wife.