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

Focus on the Family Broadcast

Understanding the Two Different Sides of Love

In a discussion based on his book The Two Sides of Love, Dr. John Trent explains the differences between the “hard side” and the “soft side” of love and how they may manifest themselves in your marriage. He offers advice for how you and your spouse can strike a healthy balance between the two sides by developing qualities that you may be lacking.

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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

You Can Have a Healthy Family (Even if Yours Wasn’t)

In a discussion based on her book Mending Broken Branches, Elizabeth Oates describes the negative impact that previous generations of your family can have on you, sharing about her own dysfunctional past that’s marked by divorce, neglect, and addiction. She suggests practical ways you can reclaim your family tree to become the spouse and/or parent God wants you to be.

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Understanding Our Mission in the Culture

John Stonestreet, President of the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview, encourages us to engage in the cultural discussion on issues like the value of human life and God’s design for sexuality and marriage. He admonishes Christians to persevere in sharing their faith and defending religious liberty.

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Guiding Your Child’s Media Choices (Part 2 of 2)

In this very practical workshop, Jonathan McKee educates parents on apps like Instagram and Snapchat, provides insight into music lyrics and streaming services, and encourages parents to be more involved in the media choices their children make. (Part 2 of 2)

Focus on the Family Broadcast

Guiding Your Child’s Media Choices (Part 1 of 2)

In this very practical workshop, Jonathan McKee educates parents on apps like Instagram and Snapchat, provides insight into music lyrics and streaming services, and encourages parents to be more involved in the media choices their children make. (Part 1 of 2)

Focus on the Family Broadcast

Overcoming Envy

Tilly Dillehay candidly shares how her past struggles with envy had a detrimental effect on her family relationships, and describes how God’s grace transformed her heart. She offers practical suggestions for overcoming envy in a discussion based on her book, Seeing Green: Don’t Let Envy Color Your Joy.

Focus on the Family Broadcast

Getting Organized for Christmas

Author Kathi Lipp offers practical suggestions for planning your family’s Christmas celebration so that it can be budget-friendly, stress-free and Christ-centered.

Focus on the Family Broadcast

Healing the Wounds of War

Speaker Dave Roever talks about the severe, life-threatening injury he suffered as a U.S. soldier fighting in the Vietnam War and offers hope and encouragement to those struggling with life’s trials as he highlights the Bible’s promise that “in all things, God works for the good of those who love Him.” (Romans 8:28)

Better Ways to Communicate With Your Children (Part 2 of 2)

Michael Anderson and Dr. Timothy Johanson encourage parents to stop trying so hard to raise “perfect” kids by lecturing, reminding and warning them – which are often ineffective anyway. Our guests advise that parents should instead adopt a more hands-off approach that lets natural consequences teach their children. (Part 2 of 2)

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