A strong, healthy relationship with our children is important. We need to teach them to trust God as they grow up.
Hear simple directions on how to sun-dry fruit. God's Word tells us about special fruit--the fruit of the spirit.
Did you know it's important for children to enjoy games like Hide and Seek? Hear about Lydia who was looking for God with all her heart and found him!
Leprosy is something you don't hear much about in some parts of the world, but it's a disease that many people are frightened of. Listen to this informative program!
Mothers often wish their babies arrived with an instruction book, but they don't! We can help with some tips about introducing a baby to solid foods.
Here is some information on planning the size of your family. We need God's guidance as we make decisions for our family.
Mosquitoes spread diseases. Learn how to protect yourself from them. And hear about Paul and Barnabus at Lystra.
Did you know that smallpox killed millions of people, but has now been eradicated from the entire world? It's because of one thing: vaccination!
Find out about stuttering. What causes it and how we can help someone who stutters?
Have you had your blood pressure checked recently? Learn about the dangers of high blood pressure.
Our counselor friend, Fran, gives ideas of what we can do ourselves about depression...or how we can help someone else when they are suffering from depression. God cares about every situation we have.
Listen to how to recognize depression and some of its causes. Do you think that all the people in the Bible were always happy? Actually the Bible has many stories of people who suffered all kinds of problems, including depression.
We asked some adult daughters what they learned from their mothers as they were growing up. Listen to the interesting things they shared!
Being a good listener is not as simple as it sounds, is it? Often a small child’s conversation is dull or tiring. As we listen, we should let them know that we understand their feelings.
We need to take care of our children and train them to be obedient so that when they grow up they will be self-disciplined. Samuel learned about obedience from his mother, Hannah.