As we wrap up 2011, it’s a great reminder that here in the United States, we’ll always stand for freedom.
Where does a soldier’s heart come from, and -- can you really be a Christian and go to war?
Soldiers, we honor you on this special edition of Family Talk!
Left in jail for 17 years despite being innocent, how could a man truly harbor no feelings of regret or bitterness after having suffered so much?
So how did Bill Kennedy keep a tender heart and positive attitude even after being falsely imprisoned for 17 years?
Light up the tree, grab a cup of hot cocoa, and bring the family around for this special edition of Family Talk as we listen to the dramatic story of Jacob and Marlee Ebenezer.
Go beyond the politics for a candid look at the family and faith of Senator Rick Santorum and his wife, Karen.
Hear the inspiring story about how the birth of the their daughter Bella ignited Rick and Karen's passion for unborn children.
Men, being a true hero doesn’t necessarily mean fighting off lions, or lifting cars with your bare hands.
Tune in today to find out how true manhood, as God designed it, can be reclaimed in this generation.
Depression can knock the wind out of anyone's sails.
Why does the evangelical community largely shy away from the word "depression"?
Pastor Tommy Nelson joins Dr. Dobson to discuss the causes and effects of depression.
Join Lt. Col. Steven Russell of the 4th Infantry Division in reliving the day when the U.S. military finally captured Saddam Hussein.
Where does a soldier’s heart and desire to serve come from?
In a world that seems to grow more faithless and cynical by the minute, have we forgotten what a “core conviction” is, let alone what one might look like?
Get a glimpse of what a life totally sacrificed to God looks like.
Meet the woman behind the podium as Dr. Dobson welcomes Congresswoman Michele Bachmann to the studio.
A common refrain among single women is this: “Where are all the Christian men?!”
Tune in to this show for a revealing discussion of why men leave the church and how we can get them back.
Evangelist David Ring suggests that Christ came to earth because He saw us trapped in our helpless state and forced to walk a lonely road.
Find out today from evangelist David Ring that when every day offers more punches and pain, it really is okay to NOT be okay!
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