Eryn Lynum was given a jar of 936 pennies at her infant son's dedication. Each penny represented a week she would never get back, so she tells how she started parenting intentionally.
Dennis and Barbara Rainey know that parenting is hard work. That's why they encourage parents not to try to parent alone, but to be in community with other parents.
Dennis and Barbara Rainey remind us to carefully consider what kind of person they want their children to become and how they can cultivate those character qualities.
Dennis and Barbara Rainey talk about the character traits needed to be a good parent. The first thing moms and dads need is to be growing in their relationship with the Lord and their reliance on Him.
Dave Wilson, a pastor and the chaplain for the Detroit Lions, shares two more points of authentic manhood as he challenges men to be strong and courageous.
Dave Wilson admits he's as messed up as the next guy. The only difference is Jesus and the courage Dave finds in following God's instruction for men to be strong and courageous.
Who are you listening to? Dennis Rainey explains that all of life is one long process of asking and answering the question, "Who am I going to believe?"
"Boys play house. Men build them." Joe Pellegrino agrees that sexual purity for young men is important, but a man also needs to be pure in character. It's then that a man can find his purpose in life.
May 26, 1995 is a reset date for Joe Pellegrino. On that day at a Promise Keepers conference he committed himself to the Lord. He shares what he's learned about following God's better blueprint.
Juli Slattery and Michelle Hill engage in a lively discussion about sexuality. Slattery coaches mothers how to talk to their daughters about sex.
Paul David Tripp talks honestly about parenting children with the love, wisdom, and mercy only God can provide. Tripp reminds parents the law has no power to change the heart. Only grace can do that.
Jaquelle Crowe talks about the relationship teens need to have with their parents. Crowe reminds teens that their parents are doing the best they can, and that they are only human.
Are you a grateful person? Author Mary Mohler reminds us gratefulness isn't an option for the Christian. We were all hopelessly lost, but God was rich in mercy and paid our sin-debt for us.
Meg Miller wasn't sure her marriage would survive after she discovered porn at home. The pain she felt after her husband's betrayal consumed her. Hear how God showed her how to better relate to her husband.
It's easy to thank God for the blessings, but thanking Him for the thorns, not so much. Author Mary Mohler gives listeners ten practical examples of how we can thank God in the midst of our pain.