The late John Wooden has been called the most influential coach of the 20th century. He led the UCLA Bruins to four perfect 30-0 seasons and ten national titles. Join us for this classic edition of Family Talk to hear a tribute to Coach Wooden, a man who left a strong legacy both on and off the court.
Are you looking for ways to spice up your marriage? Then try feeding the ducks! If this isn’t the advice you were expecting, tune in to hear Part II of our lively interview with Bill and Pam Farrel, the authors of the book Red-Hot Monogamy, and find out why. Who knows… revving up your love life might begin with a simple stroll through the park!
Is the flame of romance in your marriage more like a roaring fire or a flicker that’s about to fan out? On this edition of Family Talk, guests Bill and Pam Farrel, authors of the book, Red-Hot Monogamy, get real about the idea of intimacy in marriage. For starters, they’ll explain why leaving love notes for your spouse isn’t just child’s play. If you desire more passion in your marriage, this conversation is for you!
Many of you may be familiar with the story of Elisabeth Elliot; her journey of faith in the midst of hardship is truly timeless! On this classic edition of Family Talk, Elisabeth describes her courtship with Jim Elliot, and their willingness to surrender their futures to God, no matter what the outcome. Hear their inspiring story here on Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk.
Crucifixion may be the most horrific form of capital punishment ever invented by a nation, and that is the way Jesus Christ was killed. On this edition of Family Talk, hear a powerful article that describes the death of Christ from a medical perspective. Here on Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk.
Can a woman be hospitable and gracious, yet still succeed in the business world? “You better believe she can!” says Mary Crowley, the former president of a multi - million dollar company. On this classic edition of Family Talk," Mrs. Crowley loves to point that out, regardless of your career status, when you sign up with work with the Lord, the pay is good -- and the retirement is out of this world! Meet a true woman of God here on the next Dr. James Dobson Family Talk.
Here on a classic Family Talk broadcasts, meet the first woman elected to the Board of Directors of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. Mary Crowley also served on the boards of the American Red Cross and the Better Business Bureau, and presided over a multi-million dollar corporation boasting thirty thousand employees. Years ago she entered a man’s world, but remained every inch a lady. Meet this extraordinary woman, on Dr James Dobson’s Family Talk.
Love is not a feeling. It’s a choice. And it’s God’s grace that makes that choice possible. Here on Family Talk, Dr. Meeker concludes her conversation with Deb DeArmond with practical tips and strategies to make love last. Hear this challenging broadcast on Dr James Dobson’s Family Talk.
There’s a simple three - word phrase that will change your marriage and deepen your relationship if you say it every day, but it’s not “I love you”. Here on Family Talk, Dr. Meeker interviews Deb DeArmond to discover why “I Choose You” has the power to transform every marriage into a great marriage. Hear this powerful message on this edition of Dr James Dobson’s Family Talk.
Do you want your daughter to experience scouting, but you’re not sure about the values taught in some organizations today? Well tune into this edition of Family Talk to learn about a group that Dr. Dobson whole-heartedly supports. The American Heritage Girls are changing the face of scouting. Learn how you can get involved on this edition of Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk.
Maybe you’ve heard something about how some scouting organizations have embraced secular values, and you’re no longer sure it’s a good fit for your family. Well, on this edition of Family Talk, Patti Garibay will tell you about a scouting option built on Christian principles. Hear how American Heritage Girls uses scouting to build women of integrity, here on Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk.
You may have heard how big businesses like Hobby Lobby and small ministries like Little Sisters of the Poor are battling all the way to the Supreme Court to protect their religious liberty. You may not know that Family Talk is also heavily involved in that battle. Dr. Dobson and corporate lawyer Martin Nussbaum share some of the details about what’s really at stake in this fight. You don’t want to miss this revealing conversation on this edition of Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk.
What is forgiveness? Is it really possible to forgive and to forget? Do you have to confront the person you’re forgiving? God commands us to forgive, yet we don’t always know exactly what that looks like. On this classic edition of Family Talk, Dr. Kendall provides insights into what forgiveness is and what it’s not. His informative and encouraging advice will help you face the sometimes difficult task of forgiving, so be sure to tune into this edition of Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk.
Matthew 6 says that in order to receive God’s forgiveness Christians must forgive others. Moreover, the Lord says in Romans 12, “It is mine to avenge; I will repay.” Why do believers have such a hard time following these commands? Why is it so vitally important that we learn to do so? Dr. Dobson sits down to discuss these topics with Dr. R.T. Kendall on this classic broadcast. Don’t miss their enlightening conversation on Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk.
On this edition Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk, marriage can be one of the greatest blessings in life, but if you don’t have the basic tools to work through common issues that pop up in every relationship–you’re gonna have a tough go at it! And it all begins with a concept that’s become a bit outdated these days: Commitment.
Growing up, home life was chaotic for Greg Laurie. His mother lived a party lifestyle, and he had five stepfathers over the years. In high school, he fell into heavy drug use, but it was the “Jesus Freaks” he knew that started him going on a path toward freedom. From a difficult childhood and teenage rebellion, hear one man’s powerful story of transformation and a life forever changed.
His mom was a Marilyn Monroe look-alike, so men beat a quick path to her door, but that lifestyle had an impact on her young son. On this edition of Family Talk, hear from Pastor Greg Laurie as he recalls his turbulent upbringing in the 1950’s and 60’s, his deep longing for a father figure, and his search for a sense of belonging. How could God use a man with such difficult beginnings?
With traveling exhibits, research, and international scholars, the Museum of the Bible is more than just a building in Washington D.C.. On this edition of Family Talk, hear more about the history of the Bible and the way it has influenced science, education, democracy, arts and society, as well as millions of lives.
There are so many great places to visit in Washington D.C. and soon there’ll be one more. The Museum of the bible will open in 2017, but you can get a sneak peek on this edition of Family Talk.
Star Parker returns in this classic edition of Family Talk. Join us as she continues to share her amazing story of victory over an addiction to welfare, and hear how she was only able to escape through God’s power. Don’t miss her provocative perspectives about welfare reform and the need for the church to step up and take care of the poor and needy in our communities.
We are called to maintain the rights of the poor and the oppressed, to rescue the weak and the needy (Psalm 82:3-4). In this passage, it's evident that God expects His people, not governments, to rescue the needy and come to the aid of the poor. Star Parker challenges believers to change the way they think about the oppressed and needy in their community.
If you’ve ever thought you were too broken for God to fix, you need to hear today’s edition of Family Talk. As a child, Julie Woodley was severely abused and trafficked; she began to abuse drugs, became a prostitute, and eventually had two abortions. But now she exudes God’s love and grace and mercy, and she has dedicated her life to helping others find the same restoration.
From childhood sexual abuse and exploitation, to teenage prostitution and drug abuse, to multiple abortions and suicide attempts, Julie Woodley’s life seemed destined for a dead-end. But God had another plan. Today on Family Talk, she tells how God’s love and mercy transformed her into a voice for the voiceless.
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