Terry Looper, a corporate CEO in the energy industry, tells how he was once a highly-driven entrepreneur who valued success and money over his family and health. He describes what it took for him to change his priorities and give his life to God, and he shares his four-step strategy for seeking God’s will before …
In a discussion based on her book, Brave Moms, Brave Kids: A Battle Plan for Raising Heroes, Lee Nienhuis offers encouragement and advice to moms who are worried about their children whose faith will be tested in a world that’s become increasingly hostile to Christianity.
Have you ever had to say, “Honey, I’m sorry,” to your spouse? If so, you are not alone. Greg and John discuss how to be a safe spouse in your marriage. Featuring Ted Cunningham.
John and Danny show how kids need to learn how to be content with what they have because when parents give them everything they want, often that stuff just adds to clutter around the house.
Cancer survivor Michele Cushatt offers an encouraging reminder about how you can find your identity in God, and His purpose and plan for your life, rather than relying on your on talents, appearance or relationships.
When it’s time to clean out the house, we might think we need to start with the kids’ rooms first, but John and Danny say we can’t only point the finger at the kids for having too much stuff, because most of their belongings come from us parents.
Counselors Milan and Kay Yerkovich discuss common responses to stress and how they can lead to unhealthy attachment styles. Our guests offer couples insight for cultivating healthy ways of dealing with stress as a means of strengthening their marriage. (Part 2 of 2)
How you deal with anger can help or hurt your spouse. Greg and John talk to husbands about handling their anger well. Featuring Ted Cunningham.
Counselors Milan and Kay Yerkovich discuss common responses to stress and how they can lead to unhealthy attachment styles. Our guests offer couples insight for cultivating healthy ways of dealing with stress as a means of strengthening their marriage. (Part 1 of 2)
Captain Ronald Johnson of the Missouri Highway Patrol (retired) discusses the hostile racial tension that followed the Aug. 14, 2014 fatal shooting of Michael Brown, and his efforts to restore peace between the African American community and law enforcement. His remarkable story inspires listeners to consider how they can promote peaceful race relations in their …