Have you ever wondered if a certain relationship was worth all the trouble?
Hear the compelling story of how God's power overcame a man and how God is now using Michael Easley in ministry.
Why should we study the Bible?
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Does your life feel as if it's spinning out of control?
Who is the father or mother, legally?
Elizabeth Marquardt talks about the culture's changing views and definitions of parenthood.
Today on the broadcast, David Cox, a marriage and family counselor, talks honestly about his father's suicide.
Today on the broadcast, Dennis Rainey talks with well-known speaker and author, Joni Eareckson Tada, and her husband of 25 years, Ken.
Today on the broadcast, Nancy Leigh DeMoss, author of the book Choosing Forgiveness: Your Journey to Freedom, talks about the valuable need for forgiveness in marriage.
Inspirational author Nancy Leigh DeMoss, host of the syndicated radio broadcast "Revive Our Hearts", talks today with Dennis Rainey about how to practice the art of forgiveness.
On the broadcast today, popular author Nancy Leigh DeMoss, host of the syndicated radio broadcast "Revive Our Hearts," talks with FamilyLife President, Dennis Rainey, about the healing power of forgiveness.
Voddie Baucham points to the fallout society has seen as a result of Christians failing to obey their parents.
Rick and Kay Warren talk about the controversy that erupted at the Global AIDS Summit at Saddleback Church.
Rick and Kay Warren talk about the recent Global AIDS Summit held at Saddleback Church.
Dennis and Barbara Rainey talk about the racial climate in South Africa.
Dennis and Barbara Rainey talk about their travels to South Africa and FamilyLife's active ministry there.
Bryan Carter talks about preaching a four-part series on "Honoring Your Parents" at his church.
Bryan Carter tells how he honored his father with a tribute which he presented to him on Father's Day.
Bryan Carter talks about how he struggled to mend his strained relationship with his father by writing him a special tribute.
Jen Abbas and Elizabeth Marquardt talk about forgiving their parents for the divorces.
Elizabeth and Jen talk about how their parents' divorce has affected them throughout their lives and continues to affect them today.
Nancy Leigh DeMoss talks about the lies women believe about marriage.
Nancy Leigh DeMoss talks about a woman's propensity for believing lies, especially those related to her circumstances and emotions.
Nancy Leigh DeMoss talks about how women are more likely to process things through their emotions.
Nancy Leigh DeMoss talks about the lies women often believe about God.
Nancy Leigh DeMoss talks about the frazzled state of women today and the lies the culture promotes.
Dr. Paul David Tripp talks about how you can find hope regardless of the circumstances of your life.
Dr. Paul David Tripp talks about life's dreams--what to do with them when they come true or if they don't.
Dr. Paul David Tripp talks about the emotional challenges of midlife and shares some sound advice for dealing with regret.
Dr. Paul David Tripp talks about the crisis we face when our lives aren't working according to our plan.
Dennis Rainey talks with Todd Beamer's widow, Lisa, who was profoundly affected by the events of September 11, 2001.
Bob and Karrie Wood tell how God's power and love began to break the spell of their addictions.
Bob Wood talks about his former addiction to drugs, alcohol, and pornography.
Karrie Wood tells how she slid into an addiction to alcohol and bulimia and suffered silently from sexual abuse.
Rebecca St.James recalls her decision to stay sexually pure until marriage.
Rebecca St. James explains why personal purity is a necessity for the Christian woman.
Fred Stoeker teaches men how to bounce their eyes away from the sexual as a way to avoid temptation.
Fred Stoeker talks about the covenant he made with his eyes and what it did for his marriage.
Fred Stoeker talks about the transformation that took him from lusting after women to seeking after Christ.
Fred Stoeker talks about his struggle and victory over sexual temptation.
John Reynolds and Rebecca Hagelin give some practical ideas for making television viewing more family friendly.
Jim Ryun and his sons talk about some of the often overlooked men and women that line our heroes hall of fame.
Jim Ryun talks about what it takes to be a hero and some of the people in history who were up for the challenge.
Jim Ryun and his sons highlight some of the people who lived by their principles and changed the course of history.
Ron Jenson talks about hard work, godly modeling, and caring confrontation.
Ron Jenson talks about openness and servant leadership.
Ron Jenson focuses on the characteristics of gentleness and communication.
Ron Jenson talks about team orientation and personal discipline.
Ron Blue talks about the excuses people often make for not giving generously to God and others.