Crawford Loritts deconstructs the passage of Scripture where King David charges his son Solomon to remember the most important things.
Crawford Loritts tells stories about his father's unyielding commitment to integrity, which he learned from his father, who learned it from his father.
What if your prayer partner could answer anything you pray for? David Nasser wants you to know that whatever crisis you're facing, Jesus is praying for you.
Have you prayed for your marriage and family today? David Nasser reminds us that Jesus has been praying for you, too, even before you knew what to ask.
Tim Muehlhoff offers some communication tips for navigating a difficult conversation, and shares some examples from his own life.
Tim Muehlhoff reminds us that our words, especially those that are written, are powerful, and can often be misinterpreted. Our email and media posts can communicate a message we don't intend.
Words are like seeds. It's best to be purposeful with the words that you sow. Tim Muehlhoff encourages listeners to anticipate the effect their words have on others and to think before speaking.
Linda Strode and Catherine Strode Parks encourage couples to be intentional about their marriages, beginning with the wedding.
Catherine Strode Parks and her mother, Linda Strode, talk about the Christ-centered wedding—a wedding that reflects the gospel to all in attendance.
Victoria Newman, a policeman's wife now for three decades, tells wives what they can do to encourage, love and support their first responder husband.
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.