In the midst of incredible success as the Indianapolis Colts head coach, Tony Dungy experienced heart-wrenching loss when his son, James, committed suicide. Hear how the family survived the loss.
Brian Kluth encourages listeners to look back on their lives and see how God has provided for them in the past, then give to God accordingly, out of a thankful heart.
Chick-fil-A founder Truett Cathy has joined ranks with the saints in Heaven. Hear a clip from an interview FamilyLife Today did with him from 2005, along with some recent reflections from Truett's sons, Bubba and Dan Cathy.
You're marriage is good, right? But how intentional are you about the legacy you and your wife are leaving with your marriage?
Dennis Rainey shares of the importance of leaving a godly legacy to your family.
It all begins with a foundation of God's Word.
Learn how to leave your children a heritage, not just an inheritance.
My parents’ commitment is a source of strength for their children and grandchildren.
At the memorial service for Cheryl Spangler, Mathew Spangler shares a moving tribute to his stepmom.
A worksheet to help you determine what you believe in.
It's time to start considering how the sin we tolerate in our lives is impacting future generations.
Mom, has cleaning, cooking and changing diapers all day lost its luster?
"I am grateful for proof that two people can love each other for an entire lifetime."
Do your kids think you're strict? Then welcome to the club!
Kids aren't the only ones who mess up. Parents often do as well.
Besides material "stuff," what are you really passing on to your kids?
No one intentionally sets out to destroy their family. But neglect and carelessness can devastate sons and daughters.
God can use any man fully committed to Him.
Dad, are you dropping the ball where your family is concerned?
Dad, you're the coach of the family team.
How can you anchor your family to Christ for years after you're gone?
A tribute to J.T. Walker, a man who was passionate about his God, his family, and his church.
It's time for a heart-check about children in the Christian community. Do we truly have God's heart for children? Do we really believe children are a blessing?
Listening to FamilyLife Today has given me the encouragement to persevere.
Building a simple fire pit in the backyard was key in building up the spiritual condition of our children.
In a FamilyLife Today interview, Dennis Rainey and Bob Lepine say that all of us are called by God to leave something behind—to have an impact on the next generation.
In most cases I find boredom to be a function of attitude—a result of my own selfishness and lack of vision or initiative or creativity.
These ideas won't cure every problem in your home, but they will help you refocus on kingdom purposes.
God allowed me to spend a few precious hours with a husband, father, and grandfather finishing the race strong and loving his family during his last hours on earth.
Will what you do today make a difference tomorrow?