Since Focus on the Family opened in 1977, our outreach has grown to include a wide variety of broadcasts, podcasts, telecasts, films, websites, blogs and radio drama programs. These outlets feature information, guidance and practical insights on everything from adoption to marriage to media discernment to pastoral concerns. Learn more about ministries below.
At Focus on the Family, we believe every child deserves to know the love of a family. Through our Wait No More events, we're raising awareness of and recruiting adoptive families for children and youth in foster care. Recognizing the challenges adoptive families can face, we also provide best-in-class post-placement resources for adoptive families. And while not every family is called to adopt, as Christians, we're all called to care for orphans.
Adventures in Odyssey presents exciting entertainment that brings moral and biblical principles to life. Set in the small town of Odyssey, the stories range from comedy to suspense, from romance to mystery. The show's memorable, fun characters and situations are designed to ignite the imagination of tweens (ages 8 to 12) while captivating the attention of the entire family.
Focus on the Family's Be a Voice outreach equips you to stand up for the voiceless in your community, on campus, at your church and with friends and family. Our free, downloadable resources demonstrate how the sanctity of human life applies to every age and stage, helping you make life-affirming choices for you and your family.
With a vision of intentional living for the single years, Boundless offers a fresh perspective on age-old questions about faith and friendship, dating and entertainment, career, calling and more. Our contributing authors are renowned journalists, scholars and thinkers from around the globe who are here to help you enjoy the journey.
A fun website for kids that reinforces traditional values and promotes family closeness with hands-on activities, challenging puzzles and exciting stories. Also the home for Clubhouse and Clubhouse, Jr., Focus on the Family's magazines for children.
DalyFocus is the blog of Focus on the Family President Jim Daly. It touches on topics that impact home and family life as well as current events. Each post is intended to bring you closer to the heart of Christ, while exploring topics like marriage, parenting, faith and the sanctity of human life.
The Day of Dialogue is an annual free-speech initiative that creates a safe place for public school and college students to exercise their religious freedoms and express their deeply held Christian beliefs in a loving and respectful manner.
Besides our English-speaking constituency, Focus on the Family provides articles and resources for Hispanic and Spanish-speaking families.
If you or a couple you know are in a hopeless place, Focus on the Family's Hope Restored marriage intensives can help.
The Odyssey Adventure Club is an online membership that puts you into the world of Adventures in Odyssey. You get access to all of the nearly 900 episodes of Adventures in Odyssey, a subscription to Clubhouse magazine (U.S. residents only) and exclusive content that is available only to Club members. There is even an iOS mobile app (Android coming soon) to access the Club on the go!
Plugged In provides movie, DVD, television, music, book and video game reviews that are designed to help equip parents, youth leaders, ministers and teens with essential tools that will enable them to navigate our media-driven culture.
Radio Theatre takes advantage of award-winning voice actors, orchestral musical scores, motion-picture quality sound design, and riveting scripts to unveil finished products that have earned such coveted awards as the George Foster Peabody, the Audie Award, and the Parent’s Choice Award – to name just a few.
To date, a number of classic books have been adapted into audio dramas, including Les Misérables, C.S. Lewis' beloved Chronicles of Narnia series, The Secret Garden, Little Women and more.
That the World May Know is a video series filmed in Israel and the Middle East and featuring renowned teacher and historian Ray Vander Laan who leads viewers to places where events from the Bible actually took place. Through his inspirational teaching, Mr. Vander Laan illuminates the historical, geographical and cultural context of Scripture, revealing keen insights into how people in biblical times understood God.
Focus on the Family magazine reinforces Focus on the Family’s promise of “helping families thrive in Christ.” We offer reliable and practical help, time-tested solutions and sensible marriage and parenting guidance.
Focus on the Family has established this special ministry to offer encouragement and practical help to pastors, ministry leaders and their families.
TrueTolerance.org helps parents respond in a winsome, factual way to pro-gay advocacy in public schools. Filled with information from legal experts, examples of pro-gay lesson plans that cross the line and fact-based counterpoints to the one-sided messages gay-advocacy groups frequently promote, TrueTolerance.org makes it easy for parents to make their voices heard and balance out the biased information school officials are getting.
TrueU is a DVD-based apologetics curriculum designed to help students solidify their Christian faith and stand strong in the university environment. This resource also serves as an excellent precursor to the in-depth study presented in The Truth Project of how to live out a Christian worldview in everyday life.
The Truth Project is a DVD-based small group curriculum comprised of 12 one-hour lessons taught by Dr. Del Tackett. This home study is the starting point for looking at life from a biblical perspective. Each lesson discusses in great detail the relevance and importance of living the Christian worldview in daily life.