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.
We asked some adult daughters what they learned from their mothers as they were growing up. Listen to the interesting things they shared!
It's good to know what to expect as our children develop. And it's really important to pray for our children as they are growing up!
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.
Did you know that by the age of four a child has developed half their adult intelligence? The learning habits they develop will be influenced by those they spend their time with.
It's good to protect your back when doing hard work like lifting heavy loads. The Bible says we should do our work as well as we can to please God.
If you've ever tried to give up smoking or any other habit you know how hard it can be. Temptation is strong and difficult to resist. Even the apostle Paul struggled.
Are you so busy with responsibilities that you cannot time to take to care for your own needs? We need a healthy balance for work and the rest of life.
Listen in on a conversation between two women as they discuss where to find our true value. We shouldn’t look to others to be the source of our happiness. Look to God who loves us completely.
Everyone has fears about different things. Some fears are real; some are unreasonable. God understands our fears and is ready to help. The disciples feared when they looked at their surroundings, but Jesus helped!
Listen to a program about urinary Incontinence, an embarrassing problem common to many women. It provides information about how the condition can be treated and controlled.
There are many ways we can give to others. Listen to what happens to a woman in the Bible who had almost nothing left, but she shared what she had.
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.
How can we learn to cope with fear? God's word tells us not to be afraid but to put our trust in him.
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