To help you get ready for gift giving-and charitable giving-this Christmas, Barbara Rainey, Randy Alcorn, Steve Moore, and some of the Raineys' adult children join us.
Men and women are susceptible to believing different recurring lies about themselves and God. Robert Wolgemuth and Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth confront some of those lies with the truth from Scripture.
Many people spend a lifetime searching for something the Bible calls, The Blessing. John Trent and his daughter, Kari Trent-Stageberg, join Ron Deal for a conversation about how the principle of blessing can be applied to parenting and blended families.
Courage can be cultivated in our everyday decisions. Barbara Rainey, Karis Kimmel Murray, Tim and Darcy Kimmel, and Stephen Williams give give definitions of courage and stories of courageous decisions.
Wheaton College President Phil Ryken sheds some light on the passionate poetry of the Song of Songs. The book is a collection of songs about a couple whose relationship is heading into marriage.
Phil Ryken discusses the greatest love song that has ever been written: the Song of Songs. Ryken shows us how Solomon's passion for his bride mirrors Christ's passion for us, on "FamilyLife Today."
Are spiritual disciplines really helpful, or just busy work? Justin Earley says we all have habits we do without thinking. What would happen if we built habits into our lives that aligned our hearts with our Creator?
Pastor David Michael and his wife, Sally, have a strong passion to see parents discipling their children in the faith. They encourage parents to talk to their children about what God is doing in their lives.