Your mouth may like sugar but too much is not good for you. We have to train our mouths to like better food. And, we need to train ourselves to do the things that need hard work.
Learn about the functions and basic care of the tongue, especially when it’s damaged. We can use our tongue to say hurtful things or helpful things. Jesus will give us the strength to ‘tame the tongue’ if we ask him.
Did you know there are positive things we can do as parents to bring confidence, love and happiness into our homes? Our children are a gift from God that should be nurtured and cherished.
It’s so good to know that you and your partner belong only to each other. Sex is an important bond in a marriage that shouldn’t be shared with others. Listen to what God's Word teaches about sexual relationships.
When you look in the mirror you see your appearance. What are you like on the inside? What do others see, and what do they hear when you speak?
Did you know that God’s word has a lot to say about our attitudes to money? We need to understand that everything we have comes from God.
This program is the conclusion of a series on learning disabilities. Our children are special to us and important to God!
Listen as Julie explains what to expect as we get older. And hear how the Apostle Paul encouraged people to pass along godly instruction through example and teaching.
See yourself as a blessing not a burden. God uses you and your gifts to bless others.
Hear a story about a mother and her special daughter-in-law. They chose to love God and be loyal to each other. They learned to trust God as the one who would take them under his wings and provide for them.
Natural disasters can make us feel helpless and have devastating effects on our lives. Hear about Job in the Bible. He suffered from disasters, but remained faithful. God knows and cares when we are suffering. He loves us!
Learn some ways about getting rid of trash. Kate shares how we can get rid of some of the rubbish that builds up in our own lives and hearts.
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