Why does it seem easier for Christians to disagree than to agree? Why is one of the greatest critiques against the church that it is divided? On this edition of Family Talk, Ryan Dobson and Dr. Meg Meeker interview Alex McFarland on the 10 issues that divide Christians, and what we can do about them.
What do you do with a child who just won’t listen? How do you motivate a picky eater? Or limit your child’s screen time? Wouldn’t it be great to ask a pediatrician your toughest parenting questions? On this edition of Family Talk, Dr. Meg Meeker addresses some of the issues parents have brought to her over the years.
Parents face incredible challenges to raise godly children in today’s culture, but when a believing parent intentionally chooses to praise God above the circumstances of life, it is one of the most powerful ways a parent can influence a child’s life.
Are your finances tight these days? Do you regularly live in a state of constant stress because of an over-full schedule? On the next Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson talks with author Jill Savage about simplifying your family calendar in order to better invest in family relationships. Learn how to pare down your bills and the demands on your time, and at the same time, boost your family’s contentment. Living with less makes for a richer lifestyle.
Nobody needs to tell you that prayer is important. You know prayer is important. But that doesn’t make it any easier to drag yourself out of bed thirty minutes before the kids wake up so you can have some quiet time with God. On the next Family Talk, Dr. Jerry Kirk will share about the amazing life journey he has gone on thanks to a simple daily prayer, and explain how you too can embrace prayer in your life.
How do you raise children to be less selfish and to be kind to others? On this edition of Family Talk, Dr. Meg Meeker explains how teaching children to serve others will help them think more deeply, love more generously and to genuinely live the heart of Christ.
Have you ever felt overwhelmed or cried out to God, “Why is this happening?” “How will I recover from this?” On the next edition of Family Talk, Dr. Meg Meeker talks with a couple who had to wrestle with these questions after a devastating loss. Learn how they moved from hurt to hope.
Did you ever imagine boys in the girls’ locker room or men in the women’s bathroom? Because of legislation popping up all over the country, this is now legal in many cities and schools. Tim LeFever and Jonathan Saenz join Dr. Dobson to talk about the battle to block the “Bathroom Bills” that are changing our cultural landscape.
Are Christians divorcing at the same rate as non-Christians? Do Christian teens abandon the faith as soon as they leave home? Is Christianity dying? All the research says NO. Join Dr. Meeker as she interviews Dr. Eric Stetzer, to see what the statistics really say about the state of Christianity in America.
When the last child leaves the home, the second part of marriage begins. But many people struggle to adjust to this new phase of life together. In a classic broadcast, Dr. Dobson interviews Dave and Claudia Arp to discover the eight challenges couples face in the empty nest stage.
America is on the verge of either judgment or revival, so now is the time for extraordinary prayer. On the next edition of Family Talk, Dr. Dobson presents Dr. Jack Graham’s prayer from The National Day of Prayer.
Every marriage goes through times of disaffection and distance. What should you do when your marriage is in one of those rocky times? Tune in to the next Family Talk when Ryan Dobson and Dr. Meg Meeker interview Dr. Tim Clinton to discover how couples can strengthen their connection, no matter what the world throws at them.
Guest(s) Bio: Tim Clinton is president of the nearly 50,000 member American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC). He is Professor of Counseling and Pastoral Care, and Executive Director of the Center for Counseling and Family Studies at Liberty University. Licensed in Virginia as both a professional counselor (LPC) and marriage and family therapist (LMFT). Tim has authored 20 books, including his latest, Don’t Call It Love. Most importantly, Tim has been married 31 years to his wife, Julie, and they have two children, Megan and Zach.
As Christians, we know the world will one day come to an end. We don’t know when, but have you ever wondered how it might happen? On a classic broadcast of Family Talk with Dr. James Dobson, futurist Dr. Richard Swenson analyzes events on the world stage to predict how current trends could lead to the end of time.
Are good and God synonymous? Can anything outside of God be good? Join us for part two of an interview with Dr. Meg Meeker and John Bevere when he challenges the belief that what is generally accepted as good must be aligned with God’s will.
Have you rejected God in pursuit of what’s apparently good? Is it enough to be good or does God call us to more? On the next edition of Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk, John Bevere challengers us to embrace a life far better than the one we’ve settled for and discover a way of living that is beyond our greatest dreams.
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