In Part 1 of this weekend's broadcast, NFL chaplain Jonathan Evans and his wife, Kanika, offer parents practical ideas for effectively leading family devotions.
In Part 2, Pastor Ted Cunningham describes the symptoms of a "stuck marriage," and what couples can do to inject fun, happiness, and enjoyment back into their relationship.
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Jonathan and Kanika EvansView Bio
A former National Football League fullback, Jonathan Evans is now a chaplain for the Dallas Cowboys. He is also a public speaker, a mentor and the co-author (along with his father, Dr. Tony Evans) of Kingdom Family Devotional and Get in the Game. Jonathan's wife, Kanika, is a busy stay-at-home mom to the couple's four young children. She holds a bachelor's degree in health science studies from Baylor University, and a master's degree in physical therapy from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.
Ted CunninghamView Bio
Ted Cunningham is the founding pastor of Woodland Hills Family Church in Branson, Mo., a comedian on the Date Night Comedy Tour and a popular conference speaker at churches and events across the nation. He has authored several books including Fun Loving You and Trophy Child. He has also co-authored four books with Dr. Gary Smalley and one with his wife, Amy. Ted and Amy have two children, Corynn and Carson.