A panel of parents join with Jim Daly and John Fuller to discuss preparing their children for the teen years and adulthood, providing a biblical perspective on sexuality, peer relationships and technology.
War veteran Chad Robichaux uses a story of nearly being captured by the Taliban in Afghanistan to make an important point: when we are at a critical juncture in our life, we need to recognize that fact and then make a move. He calls it being “on the X.” Chad goes on to share how …
How do you trust God when a child has gone completely off the rails? Danny and John discuss drawing healthy boundaries with a young adult child, and when it’s good to tell your son or daughter, “no.” Featuring Allison Bottke.
When it comes to physical intimacy, your spouse is a unique person with certain desires. John, Erin and Greg discuss how many couples are struggling with sexual dissatisfaction, and how selflessness can make your sex life better. Featuring Mr. Gary Thomas and Mrs. Debra Fileta.
In a discussion based on her book I Can’t Believe You Just Said That!, Ginger Hubbard offers parents a Biblically-based three-step plan for dealing effectively with their children’s back talk, whining and lying. She also stresses the importance of dealing with matters of the heart, rather than simply addressing outward behavior.
Katharine Hill, Director of Care for the Family in England, offers couples helpful reminders for cultivating a thriving marriage in a discussion based on her book If You Forget Everything Else, Remember This: Building a Great Marriage. (Part 2 of 2)
One of the worst things a parent could face is to learn a child is struggling with a serious addiction. John and Danny provide some helpful responses for if your child is struggling with substance abuse or another type of addiction. Featuring Allison Bottke.
When it comes to how people define “intimacy,” it’s fairly common for husbands and wives to have different definitions. John and Erin discuss how men and women define “intimacy,” and Greg provides some encouragement to couples where one spouse has a stronger desire for sex than the other. Featuring Mr. Gary Thomas and Mrs. Debra …
Katharine Hill, Director of Care for the Family in England, offers couples helpful reminders for cultivating a thriving marriage in a discussion based on her book If You Forget Everything Else, Remember This: Building a Great Marriage. (Part 1 of 2)
The executive director for Advocacy for Children at Focus on the Family, Robyn Chambers, and pastors Todd and Kelly Hudnall discuss the impact you can have on transforming hearts and minds toward a life perspective. From sharing God’s love and grace to supporting Option Ultrasound, you can stand for life and make a difference.