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Sound Advice for Parents of Prodigals (Part 1 of 2)

Sound Advice for Parents of Prodigals (Part 1 of 2)

Author and speaker Carol Barnier describes her prodigal journey of slipping away from God as a young woman – only to return 13 years later – and offers parents practical advice for engaging their prodigal children. (Part 1 of 2)
Original Air Date: March 7, 2013

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Bringing Purpose and Power to Your Prayer Life

Kathi Lipp speaks honestly about her struggles to have an effective prayer life. She discusses the scriptural reasons why we should pray and shared how using the Word of God in her prayers has helped improve her marriage, parenting and general life situations.

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How to Help a Loved One with Depression

In this conversation, Stephen Arterburn helps listeners to better understand and assist loved ones in their healing from depression, reminding them that anyone can suffer from it, and for a variety of reasons. He encourages family members and friends to be present for their loved one, gently nudging them toward healthy decisions and, if necessary, professional help.

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Facing the Demands of Secularism with Hope

Dr. Al Mohler and Jim Daly will help believers meet the challenges and demands of secularism with hope, confidence, conviction and the gospel, even as our influence may appear to be waning.

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