On a tragic spring day in 2008, Steven Curtis Chapman lost his 5-year-old daughter in an accident. On today’s edition of Family Talk, we will wind back the clock and enjoy a classic interview between Dr. James Dobson and Steven Curtis and Mary Beth Chapman, as they discuss how to cling to the hope of Christ in the midst of a painful loss.
Many scholars suggest that the Biblical story of The Exodus is just that - a story. However, on the next edition of Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk, Dr. Meg Meeker interviews filmmaker Tim Mahoney on the archaeological proof of the Israelites’ exodus from Egypt.
The Israelites’ exodus from Egypt is one of the pivotal and most important stories in the Bible, yet according to some experts there is no archaeological proof that the Exodus happened. On today’s edition of Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk, Dr. Meg Meeker interviews filmmaker Tim Mahoney about the findings that corroborate the Biblical account.
What does it look like to serve God outside of a ministry or church? Is it possible to minister to people if you’re not an ordained pastor? On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson interviews Drayton McLane about serving God through whatever doors He opens.
Prayer is powerful, and can make a real difference in the world and in our lives. On today's edition of Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk, Dr. Meg Meeker interviews Alex and Stephen Kendrick on their new movie, War Room, which explores the answers to some of life’s deepest problems.
A husband is dishonest at work and nearly cheating on his wife. A wife is focused on her job as a real-estate agent and missing out on her daughter's life. What is the solution to a family in this type of mess? Dr. Meg Meeker interviews Alex and Stephen Kendrick on their new movie War Room which explores the answers to some of life's deepest problems.
America is supposed to be a government of the people, by the people, and for the people, yet lately our leaders have decided to do whatever they want regardless of what we the citizens say. On today’s edition of Family Talk, John MacArthur will discuss what we are to do when our government makes decisions that are in direct conflict with the Christian faith.
Some of the most important words Jesus spoke came at the very end of his life, and today on Family Talk, we are going to explore what he said, and how these words can radically transform your life.
If you knew that today was your last day with your family, what are the final few things that you would tell your spouse and kids? What would you want to say to your loved ones, if you knew you would never see them again? Well, on today’s edition of Family Talk, Stu Epperson shares with us the importance of Jesus’ final words on earth, and how they should impact our lives.
The last words of Jesus were some of the most important that he ever spoke. Do you know what they were? On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson will interview Stu Epperson to find out what Jesus said and why it’s important for your life.
Socks in the fridge, wet towels in the closet, and dirty underwear in the garage — sometimes our spouses are messy, but that doesn’t mean life has to be miserable. On this classic edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson interviews Sandra Felton on how to not only survive but thrive in your relationship with a messy mate.
Marriage is tough. When one spouse is organized and the other is a mess, it can be even tougher. On today's classic edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson interviews Sandra Felton on how to live with a messy mate.
One of the harder struggles a marriage can face is when one person is clean and organized and their spouse is messy and disorganized. On this classic edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson interviews Sandra Felton on how to deal with a messy mate.
Is the Bible reliable? Can we really believe what it says? On today's edition of Family Talk, Dr. Meg Meeker interviews Josh McDowell on why we can trust in the validity and infallibility of the Scriptures.
Is the Bible reliable? Can we really believe what it says? On today's broadcast, Dr. Meg Meeker interviews Josh McDowell on why we can trust in the validity and infallibility of the Scriptures.
Here’s one guarantee for anyone who gets married: there will be conflict! On today's Family Talk broadcast, Gary Smalley explains how to show grace and honor to your spouse even in the midst of a disagreement.
The entitlement mentality, that many teenagers deal with, is setting them up for failure later in life. On this classic edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson interviews Kay Wyma about how parents can raise responsible kids.
Here’s an understatement for you: teenagers often feel entitled! So how does a mom or dad deal with the entitlement mentality in their children? On this classic edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson interviews Kay Wyma about how parents can clean house and raise responsible kids.
All of us present an edited version of ourselves on social media, which causes many people to feel unhappy with their own lives.
We live in a culture of comparison, and social media only exacerbates the problem. On this edition of Family Talk, Kay Wyma shares from her new book titled: I’m Happy For You: Sort of...Not Really.
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