Fathers and father figures have a unique power in the lives of their children. Yet America is facing a growing gap of fatherlessness. On this edition of Family Talk, Ryan Dobson interviews Dr. Ken Canfield to explore ways to turn the hearts of the fathers back to the their children.
Why is self-control more important than self-esteem? How do lessons in humility prepare children to maximize their potential in life? What are some ways parents can manage screen time for teens?
Gender matters, and on today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Leonard Sax discusses how today’s toxic culture impacts gender and sexual identity in tweens and teens. What can parents do to help children navigate the confusing culture? Dr. Meeker and Dr. Sax answer that and more.
Judy Squier was born with severe physical disabilities and faced many hardships as she grew up. On today’s classic broadcast, Dr. Dobson interviews her about her early life and she shares how both her father and her Heavenly Father had great plans for her.
J. Warner Wallace applied his skills as a cold case homicide detective to the claims of Christianity, and he came to a startling realization: the case for Christianity was as convincing as any case he’d ever worked on as a detective.
America is falling apart at the seams, and God will not allow us get away with it. On the next edition of Family Talk, Ronnie Floyd will challenge us to not sit back and watch, but to get involved in reviving this great land.
What is the single most important thing a parent can do to raise kids who live, love, and lead well? Both the Bible and science tell us that emotional safety is the key. On this edition of Family Talk, Dr. Josh Straub joins Dr. Meg Meeker to talk about how to create a home that’s emotionally safe and richly nurturing for every child.
Christian counselors and lay ministers are on the front line in a hurting world. Where can they go for in depth and trusted training? On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Eric Scalise introduces a resource that captures Dr. Dobson’s knowledge and experience, and makes them available to the next generation of Christian counselors.
On day three of this classic broadcast, Tony Dungy shares how his father’s legacy shaped his coaching, his principles in life, and his commitment to helping other dads pass on that same type of legacy.
On day two of a Dr. Dobson classic, former NFL coach Tony Dungy joins him to discuss how winning as a husband and father is more important than any football victory — even the Super Bowl.
On this classic broadcast, Dr. Dobson interviews former NFL coach and Super Bowl champion, Tony Dungy, to discover the principles and practices that shaped his winning life at home and on the gridiron.
Ben Carson shares his testimony on how prayer brought powerful change in his life, and in our nation. Then, Jon and Marylois Gibson show us how prayer is changing the lives of Romanian orphans, and call us to pray boldly for the future of these children.
Where do we find the courage to stand up to the world? One way is to look to our heroes. The great role models of faith and courage are still teaching us how to stay strong no matter the obstacles we face. Tune in today for the final segment of a Family Talk classic broadcast with Dr. Dobson, as Eric Metaxas delves into the stories of seven men who refused to give up and refused to give in.
We look to heroes to inspire and motivate us to live our best lives. In part two of today’s classic edition of Family Talk, Eric Mataxas shares the stories of seven men who have had a huge impact on the world because they lived sacrificial and courageous lives in the face of enormous obstacles.
Eric Metaxas is one of the most inspirational and influential Christian authors in the world, and on this classic edition of Family Talk, he joins Dr. Dobson to talk about the men who have inspired him by their unwavering commitment to Christian values.
How can you develop a Biblical Worldview that allows you to correctly understand the cultural agenda? How do you encourage your children to stand strong in the war against Christian values? Listen to part two of Dr. Dobson’s interview with Alex McFarland and Jason Jimenez as they share practical tips for developing a faith that can withstand attack.
Do you have a plan to pass your faith on to the next generation? Many young adults turn away from their faith when they leave home because they haven’t been disciplined. Tune into this edition of Family Talk as Alex McFarland and Jason Jimenez join Dr. Dobson to discuss how to develop and pass on a faith that endures.
She was orphaned at 13, a high school dropout at 14, and brutally attacked at 17. Hear Kathy Crabb's amazing story today on Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk.
Nick and Kenae Vujicic had the same struggles as most newlyweds, plus the added challenges of disability and an international ministry. Today, he shares insights for building a lasting marriage.
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