During my years in seminary, money came in fairly infrequently. My wife, Lois, stayed home with our children, and I worked occasional jobs around my studies. Anyone who’s ever attended school while caring for a family will understand our circumstances. Eating and keeping the electricity running becomes the goal. Surviving becomes the goal. One way …
Author Asheritah Ciuciu encourages listeners to study and embrace the four themes of Advent – hope, preparation, joy, and love – as a way of redeeming the Christmas season from the culture and making it Christ-focused. She also offers practical and fun suggestions to help families experience a meaningful Christmas.
Historian Rod Gragg shares the heroic story of the Pilgrims’ journey from England to the New World as they fled religious persecution and faced harsh conditions that led to disease and death. Our guest also recounts how the Plymouth Colony survived with the help of Native Americans and how the Mayflower Compact played a role …
Sports broadcaster Jason Romano candidly discusses his past struggles to forgive his alcoholic father for the pain he caused Jason as a child. Our guest describes how God comforted him, transformed his heart, and enabled him to fully forgive his dad.
Will you take the challenge to stop grumbling for a year? Tricia Goyer’s family did.
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.
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.
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)
Focus on the Family President Jim Daly describes how God carried him through the valleys of his turbulent childhood, healing his heart and strengthening his faith. He also discusses how the display of God’s love and grace is the most effective way for impacting our culture.
The Rev. Johnnie Moore, an internationally-known advocate for religious freedom, describes the dangerous plight faced by Christ-followers living in nations hostile to Christianity. He encourages listeners to learn about this persecution, to pray for persecuted believers, and to support ministries that are helping Christians in need around the world.