Today we’re talking about how we could give up smoking. Naomi is with us with a story from Australia. She learned an important lesson when a brush fire threatened their home.
Here's some advice about what to do if we hurt our backs. In today's Bible story we will hear how Stephen preached the good news of Jesus, but some people didn’t like it.
This is about children's temper tantrums. Adults have tantrums sometimes, too, and even lose control of themselves. Today's Bible story is about a man who lost his temper with God!
Are you aware of the dangers of abusing drugs or alcohol? We can look to God for confidence and strength to resist temptation.
Learn some good rules to follow in order to stay healthy. Rules are good, but the early Christians heard that God accepts them by grace, not by keeping rules.
Are you feeling stressed in your roles of mom, wife, employer or employer? Do you know how to cope with the load? God's words tells us to rest in Him and trust Him for each day.
Would like to help your children to grow through failures? Can God use us even when we make mistakes? Find out by listening to this edition of "Women of Hope".
What is normal language and communication development in a toddler? Are you crying for help? God hears your cry; there is hope.
How can you stay positive when you live with chronic pain? Jesus understands our pain and our weakness. We can find strength in God’s word.
Have you had your blood pressure checked recently? Learn about the dangers of high blood pressure.
Who you promise to marry is important! When God gives us a promise in his word we can really trust him to do it!
Many of us say that we are tired and not getting the rest we need. We can rest in Jesus Christ. How? Listen to today's edition of Women of Hope to find out.
Sondy gives advice on keeping a marriage relationship from becoming stale. She describes five love languages that people use. Did you know that God speaks your love language fluently?
Rape is a terrible crime, is under-reported and victims need help. Remember, God loves you and has compassion for you.
When talking with someone who has dementia it's good to use words that are not complicated or too long. Thankfully we don't need to use fancy language when talking with God, too!
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