Focus on the Family Broadcast

The Focus on the Family Broadcast provides daily encouragement that helps families thrive each day. For 40 years running, one half-hour at a time, Focus on the Family has shared meaningful advice across the nation. The broadcast has become one of today’s most recognized Christian radio programs and continues to grow in exciting ways with Focus President Jim Daly and co-host John Fuller.

Meet the Hosts

Jim Daly
Jim Daly

Jim Daly is an author and broadcaster, president of Focus on the Family and host of the daily broadcast, heard by more than 6.3 million listeners a week and honored as 2012 Program of the Year by the National Religious Broadcasters.

John Fuller
John Fuller

John Fuller is vice president of the Audio division and co-host of the daily "Focus on the Family" radio program. He speaks and writes about family, faith, media and business. John and his wife, Dena, reside in Colorado Springs, Colo., and have six children.

Most Recent Episode

Working Together as a Team in Your Marriage

Dr. Joshua Straub and his wife, Christi, discuss the marital challenges they’ve faced which has made them realize their need to become more intentional about connecting with and supporting each other. The Straubs offer practical ideas for couples to become more “we-focused” instead of “me-focused.”

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Emily Colson
Popular Broadcast

Seeing the Value of Every Person

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Emily Colson encourages us to put our sanctity of human life beliefs into practice by extending grace and love to people with disabilities, inviting them into our lives and especially into our places of worship.

Past Episodes

Focus on the Family Broadcast

Raising Mission-Minded Kids

Shauna Pilgreen, author of Love Where You Live, discusses her family’s experiences with church planting and describes how listeners can become missionaries right where they are, while teaching their kids to do the same.

Focus on the Family Broadcast

Putting the Grand in Grandparenting

Michele Howe describes how grandparents can develop a thriving relationship with their adult children and grandkids in a discussion based on her book There’s a Reason They Call It GRANDparenting.

Focus on the Family Broadcast

Help Your Young Adult Be Brave

In a discussion based on her book Live Fearless, Sadie Robertson reflects on the fears and anxiety she experienced while growing up, and how she overcame that by learning to live confidently in God’s promises. She describes how parents can help their young adults overcome phobias and how we can all step out in faith even when we’re afraid.

Do Nice People Go to Heaven?

Former pro basketball player and evangelist Jay Carty (who passed away in 2017) details what the Bible really says about heaven and hell, and explains why we need to be intentional about sharing our faith with others.

Focus on the Family Broadcast

If You Want a Great Marriage, Do This (Part 2 of 2)

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)

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The Daily Citizen

The Daily Citizen from Focus on the Family exists to be your most trustworthy news source. Our team of analysts is devoted to giving you timely and relevant analysis of current events and cultural trends – all from a biblical worldview – so that you can be inspired and assured that the information you share with others comes from a reliable source.

Alive to Thrive is a biblical guide to preventing teen suicide. Anyone who interacts with teens can learn how to help prevent suicidal thinking through sound practical and clinical advice, and more importantly, biblical principles that will provide a young person with hope in Christ.

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Every year on Bring Your Bible to School Day, students across the nation celebrate religious freedom and share God’s love with their friends. This event is designed to empower students to express their belief in the truth of God’s Word–and to do so in a respectful way that demonstrates the love of Christ.

Focus on the Family’s® Foster Care and Adoption program focuses on two main areas:

  • Wait No More events, which educate and empower families to help waiting kids in foster care

  • Post-placement resources for foster and adoptive families

Christian Counselors Network

Find Christian Counselors, Marriage & Family Therapists, Psychologists, Social Workers and Psychiatrists near you! Search by location, name or specialty to find professionals in Focus on the Family’s Christian Counselors Network who are eager to assist you.

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Adventures in Odyssey® audio dramas will do just that. Through original audio stories brought to life by actors who make you feel like part of the experience; these fictional, character-building dramas use storytelling to teach lasting truths.

Focus on the Family’s Hope Restored all-inclusive intensives offer marriage counseling for couples who are facing an extreme crisis in their marriage, and who may even feel they are headed for divorce.