Dr. Den Trumbull and Dr. Michelle Cretella give parents some sound advice for settling down little ones at bedtime.
Barbara Rainey answers questions from moms of toddlers and preschoolers, and shares her three greatest parenting regrets and how God redeemed the outcome in spite of her mistakes.
"Mom, what is divorce?" "Dad, what does 'homosexual' mean?" "Mom, did you and Dad have sex before you got married?" Elyse Fitzpatrick and Jessica Thompson help you answer challenging questions.
Elyse Fitzpatrick and Jessica Thompson answer some of the most challenging questions for parents like, "What happens when we die?" "What is suicide?" and "Why does God allow natural disasters?
Jessica Thompson knew deep down she wasn't a Christian. Her mother, Elyse Fitzpatrick, was clueless. Jessica tells how her life began to change when God's love finally pierced her heart.
If toddlers can memorize favorite songs and stories, why not help them learn the Word of God?
Join Dennis and Barbara Rainey as they take a stroll down memory lane and relive some of their most memorable, and challenging, parenting moments.
Tracey Eyster and Sherry Surratt encourage moms to break free from isolation and find other moms to link arms with. Tracey and Sherry share some funny antics from their own family histories.
Sherry Surratt and Tracey Eyster recall their 40 plus combined years of parenting and assure moms that Jesus will equip and strengthen them if they'll just turn to Him for help and wisdom.
Motherhood is messy, but beautiful. Sherry Surratt and Tracey Eyster talk about gaining motherly confidence, finding a mentor, and relying on the Lord to face the day-to-day.
Rachel Jankovic tells how she finds snatches of time during the daily rush of life to offer up prayers for her children.
Rachel Jankovic reminds moms that motherhood is not an opportunity to see God work in the daily ups and downs of life.
Author Rachel Jankovic reminds listeners that motherhood is largely sacrificial.
Barbara Rainey, answers your most perplexing questions about parenting.
Remember your Sunday school days?
The Bible, and Bible study, is thought by many to be dry and boring.
Tired of your kids scrunching their noses at the family dinner table?
Kids learn how to resolve conflict by watching us do it.
You must set the rules and the boundaries, not your toddler.
How can we break our 3-year-old of throwing tantrums when the sitter comes over?
How does knowing Jesus help you with daily living?
Each word you speak takes root for good or bad in the hearts of those who hear it.
One word can sometimes make or break a person.
Children are like wet cement. The time to impress their hearts for good is when they're small.
ReThink Group founder Reggie Joiner shares fascinating insights from Deuteronomy 6 when Moses gave his farewell speech to the Israelites.
Who else is influencing your child's spiritually?
Do you need some help spiritually leading your children?
Do you appreciate the uniqueness of your child?
Are your kids as different as night and day?
Is it a parent’s job to produce godly children or God’s?
Good parenting is hard work, and not always appreciated by your kids.
How are you going to raise your preschooler?
What issues are you most likely to face with your toddler?
What do you wish someone had told you when you were first a parent?
Is your kindergartner starting to push back on your correction?
The toddler years are often considered some of the most difficult.
What does your newborn really need from you?
How will you correct your child when he misbehaves?
What is your game plan for parenting?
On today's broadcast, popular author and speaker, Barbara Rainey, answers your most perplexing questions about parenting.
Getting ready to have a baby?
When should baby sleep? When should he eat?
No matter how hard you try to protect your child from germs, your baby is eventually going to get sick. Do you know what to do?
Are you having trouble getting your baby to sleep?
Want to immerse yourself in a really good book this summer but don't know which one to pick up?
Everyone has a favorite book.
Dennis Rainey and Mark Hamby encourage you to join them in fasting from TV for the month of August.