Gary Chapman and Clarence Shuler tell about the unique mentoring relationship they began when Shuler was a teen. Together they talk about the eleven wise decisions young men must make to live a great life.
Steve Robinson, author of "Covert Cows," a book about his 30+ year career working as the chief marketing officer for Chick-fil-A, talks about the secret sauce of the company's success - the people who work there. Robinson explains how he has learned to a good husband and father.
Steve Robinson reflects on his long-time history with Chick-fil-A, and the core values of the Cathy family that have kept the family business thriving. Find out what distinguishes Chick-fil-A from all the other fast food restaurants.
Dave Wilson and his wife, Ann, talk about all they've learned from watching the Raineys walk through trials. Dave and Ann also answer Dennis' favorite question: What is the most courageous thing you've ever done?
Dave and Ann Wilson talk to Dennis and Barbara Rainey about what they've learned about marriage through the years. Together they share how Dennis and Barbara have mentored them throughout the seasons of life.
Crawford Loritts and his wife, Karen, reminisce about their courtship and early years of marriage. The Lorittses encourage young couples to link arms with older couples to help them walk through the first years of marriage.
Hear from the people who directly influenced Dennis Rainey, and consequently the entire ministry of FamilyLife: Josh McDowell, Howard Hendricks, Chuck Colson, and Bill Bright.
Gloria Furman and Rachel Jankovic share their hope and encouragement during the sweet and chaotic season of parenting small children. Barbara Rainey offers her perspective from further down the road.
A boy without a father is like an explorer without a map. William Bennett, former Secretary of Education under Ronald Reagan, addresses manhood in today's culture and reflects on his own boyhood and the men who influenced him.