So many of the decisions that impact your religious liberty get worked out in the courts, as people fight for the right to live out their deeply held religious beliefs. That’s why it’s so important to keep an eye on our judicial system. Today’s guests have a unique insight into these on-going battles across the nation and the judges who hear the cases.
Fathers are missing from so many homes, and this has a huge impact on society in general and on thousands of boys who don’t know how to grow into men. Manhood Journey shows fathers and father figures how to develop the next generation of Godly men.
If you’ve ever cringed at some of the language in movies or fast-forwarded through certain scenes, then you don’t want to miss today’s program. VidAngel offers a filtering service that lets you control what you see and hear in the movies that come into your home, but they’ve been closed down by the courts. Hear about their fight for your right to filter.
What exactly happened, “In the beginning …” and in the time that followed? Throughout most of history, Genesis was considered an accurate and reliable record, but over the past 250 years, it has become one of the most controversial books of all time. Now on Family Talk, Del Tackett discusses the importance of The Truth Project and how it led to his current project exploring the evidence for a literal six-day creation.
Did you ever think that the immensity of the universe or the complexity of your cells could increase your faith? The same God who holds the universe, knows you inside and out and can be counted on to see you through everything you face.
Forced abortion, infanticide, sexual slavery and forced sterilization are just a handful of the human rights abuses caused by China’s brutal population control policies. Hear about one woman’s fight to end the brutality and save China’s baby girls.
If you think the man in your life doesn’t care about romance, you may be wrong. Tune in to hear how men and women often define romance differently, and learn the #1 thing husbands wish their wives knew, but can’t bring themselves to say.
After months of rigorous research, Shaunti Feldhahn discovered the number one relational need of men: to feel respected and trusted by their wives. She returns to discuss her findings with Dr. Dobson and show how a wife can help build her husband's self-respect.
Have you ever wondered what the man in your life is thinking? What does he hear when you nag or tease him? You may be surprised by some of the answers Shaunti Feldhahn discovered in her research.
God calls us all to the mission field. For some, that means going half way around the world, but for most it means going to the next cubicle, construction site or cash register. Evangelism can be as simple as taking your faith to work in appropriate, engaging ways. Learn this simple, non-threatening approach to evangelism.
Most of us spend about 30% of our lives at work, and most of the people we work with are non- believers. God commands us to tell others about Him, so for many of us, our workplace is the mission field we are called to. Today’s guests explain how to take your faith to work in appropriate, engaging ways.
All of us long for significance, sufficiency, and security, and we often look to our jobs, our relationships, or our accomplishments to give us these things. But on this classic broadcast, the late Pastor Adrian Rogers explains how these things can only be found in Christ. When we truly understand who we are in Him, we can begin to understand our true value.
What does this new administration mean for Christians? For our nation? For families? Dr. Dobson was there for that historic moment, and he’s excited about what it could mean for our future. Hear his encouraging message about the hope that was inaugurated on January 20th.
On Inauguration Day, much of the news focused on the violence and anger of the protestors, but that wasn’t the whole story. There was also excitement and hope for this new era. Dr. Dobson was there, and here on Family Talk, he shares stories about the ceremony, the balls, the parades, and especially the powerful prayer sessions for our new leaders.
Though we face tough times in our culture, a spiritual hunger is sweeping the land. And God can use that longing to turn people’s hearts to Him. That’s why now more than ever, believers must remember God’s faithfulness and tell others about it.
Again and again in the Bible, leaders used memorial stones to mark significant events and remind people of God’s faithfulness. These reminders strengthened the faith of the people as they passed the stories down the generations. Ravi Zacharias returns to encourage believers to build the faith of the next generation with stories of God’s workings today.
Leadership can often be lonely, especially for Christian leaders standing up for truth in the culture. Yet, God has called them to this role and likewise calls believers to pray for those in authority over them. Ravi Zacharias reminds us of the crucial role of Godly leaders.
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