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When couples experience the profound sense of pain and loss from a miscarriage, well-intentioned family members and friends can say hurtful things. But Dr. Walt and Barb Larimore, along with Russ and June Gordon, who have suffered a total of six miscarriages between them, urge those who wish to console others to simply say, "I am so sorry! God care…
 
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, almost 50% of kids between the ages of 13 and 18 will have a diagnosable mental disorder in their lifetime. Sadly, most go undiagnosed and untreated. Dr. Matthew Stanford, author of Grace for the Children: Finding Hope in the Midst of Child and Adolescent Mental Illness, sits down with Dr. Tim C…
 
Psalm 139:23 says, "Search me, God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts and lead me in the way everlasting." Dr. Matthew Stanford, author of Grace for the Children, explains, "God not only knows children’s thoughts, but also their hearts. While He celebrates children’s joys, He also feels their pain and frustration." Whether you…
 
As a mother, do you ever feel you should have been more patient with your kids, or more loving toward your husband? Popular blogger Becky Thompson, author of Hope Unfolding: Grace-Filled Truth for the Momma's Heart, says it’s time to get off the carousel of guilt, and don’t let the Devil accuse you! God wants you to believe in your ability to be a …
 
Does it seem like your prayers are bouncing off the ceiling? United States Senate Chaplain Barry Black, author of Make Your Voice Heard in Heaven: How to Pray with Power, explains to Dr. James Dobson that believers must pray with purity. Isaiah 59 warns that "Your iniquities have separated you from your God; your sins have hidden His face from you,…
 
Prayer is the breath of the soul. That’s the contention of U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black, author of Make Your Voice Heard in Heaven: How to Pray with Power. In the Lord’s prayer, Jesus used the word "Abba" for His Heavenly Father, which means "Daddy." As people of faith, we are God's children, and because of His love, He is our greatest encourag…
 
On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson continues his conversation with Dr. Tim Clinton and Kelly Shackelford. Kelly Shackelford, president of First Liberty Institute, warns Dr. James Dobson that President Biden wants to "pack" the Supreme Court with four additional justices. If this were to happen, Shackelford says governmental "checks…
 
In this urgent broadcast, host Dr. James Dobson denounces the deceitfully-named "Equality Act" as evil. His guest, Kelly Shackelford of First Liberty Institute, asserts that this bill would annihilate religious liberty–our first freedom–and if we lose that, we'll lose all our freedoms. Thankfully, co-host Dr. Tim Clinton sees a popular uprising aga…
 
When Joe White spoke at the Ignite Men's Conference, he carried a massive cross on stage. Then he invited all the men in attendance, in their vulnerability and brokenness, to write their shameful sins onto index cards and bring them to the altar to be nailed to the cross. Romans 8:15 declares that God offers forgiveness and enables them to cry out,…
 
A 1967 diving accident in the Chesapeake Bay left Joni Eareckson a quadriplegic. As she pondered her recovery in a hospital bed, Joni clung to John 5, which recounts how Jesus healed the paralytic. Like the man at the pool of Bethesda, Joni did not want her Savior to pass her by. However, she came to realize that her salvation was, first and foremo…
 
Author Jan Harrison, whose 27-year-old son, James, died in 2010 on the mission field in Sudan, Africa, asks a profound question: How have you prepared for the inevitable storm clouds in your life? She urges Christians to become actively engaged in their relationship with Jesus through prayer, Bible study, and fellowship with believers.…
 
In 2010, Jan Harrison received the devastating news that her 27-year-old son, James, had died on the mission field in Sudan, Africa. In her darkest valley, Jan felt fortunate to be accompanied by her husband on their grief journey, but learned that she needed to lean on God to find comfort as she and her husband processed their grief very different…
 
Proverbs 17:22 says, "A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones." Christian comedian Chonda Pierce truly understands both the cheerful heart and the crushed spirit. She is one of the recording industry's best-selling female comedians. But she became clinically depressed after the death of her mother, along with the …
 
Best-selling Christian novelist Karen Kingsbury considers herself to be an evangelist who happens to write stories. Some of her readers call it "life-changing fiction." In fact, she's following in the footsteps of our Savior. When Jesus needed to plant a seed in our hearts, He told a story, which Scripture refers to as a parable. Not only are Karen…
 
If Jesus lived in your house, how would He bring your neighbors into the Kingdom of God? That’s a question posed by Lee Strobel, atheist-turned-Christian author of the best-selling The Case for Christ. First, Strobel assures that Jesus wouldn't only share His faith, He would show His faith. Acts of service can help soften our neighbors' hearts to t…
 
Lee Strobel, author of the best-selling The Case for Christ, describes several key considerations to keep in mind when sharing the gospel. Before Jesus spoke to His neighbors about their Heavenly Father, He would first lift them up in prayer. Therefore, prayer should be at the foundation of our efforts. Jesus was also always available for skeptics …
 
When pediatrician Dr. Jerry Kartzinel puts autistic children on a dairy and gluten-free diet, 75% of them respond dramatically—like a fog has lifted! He analogizes that these kids are like computers with a malfunctioning hard drive. Only after the "hard drive" has been repaired can "software" like speech and other therapies that are introduced show…
 
Mark and Jenny were concerned when their first-born child wouldn't make eye contact, walked on his tiptoes, and didn’t talk. At the age of three, he was diagnosed with autism, which sent Mark into a deep depression. He wondered if his son would ever graduate from high school or drive a car. In addition, having an autistic child became incredibly is…
 
If you were asked to identify yourself in one word, what would it be? Parent? Spouse? American? If you’ve accepted Christ as your Savior, then that one word should be "Christian." The late E.V. Hill, then-pastor of Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles, preached a powerful sermon at a 1992 Promise Keepers event in Boulder, Colorado. I…
 
A key component of a healthy marriage is the ability to humbly apologize. Unfortunately, few of us are very good at that. Dr. Gary Chapman, author of The Five Languages of Apology, asked thousands of people, "When someone is apologizing to you, what do you want to hear them say or do?" Top answers included: express regret, accept responsibility, ma…
 
Dr. Gary Chapman, author of the best-selling book, The Five Love Languages, talks about the importance of words of affirmation, quality time, acts of service, physical touch and gift-giving. He says that your spouse will feel truly loved when you emphasize his or her primary love language, and that parents need to determine their child’s love langu…
 
As an impressionable boy, Danny Silk witnessed his mother consecutively invite at least 30 men to live with them. Her poor example contributed to a crisis of confidence in his eventual marriage, as he came to believe that love and fear equally inhabit all relationships—but he learned one ultimately casts out the other.…
 
Raised by a passive single mom, Danny Silk learned to be passive as a young adult. His wife, Sheri, was raised with six brothers and became a dominant personality, learning to yell and get angry in order to be heard. It became a combustible mix for the first 12 years of the Silk's marriage. As with many couples, Danny had a deep need to be respecte…
 
For young children, love is spelled "T-I-M-E," so without a father in the home it can be traumatic. John Smithbaker, founder of "Fathers in the Field," experienced the forgiveness of Christ at the age of 40, and was empowered to forgive his earthly father for abandoning him as a child. His Christ-centered mentoring ministry urges the Church to play…
 
When John Smithbaker was born, his father had already abandoned the family and, tragically, had wanted John to be aborted. That "father wound" caused John to seek his self-worth in athletics and other ultimately empty pursuits. It’s an all-too-common story. But Smithbaker’s organization, "Fathers in the Field," is helping by finding Christian men t…
 
Jesus was the ultimate man's man, a rugged carpenter with calloused hands who drove the money changers out of the Temple with a whip! Yet, He also empowered women, which would have been seen by the men in His day as radical and countercultural. Dr. Tim Clinton and Max Davis, co-authors of Take It Back: Reclaiming Biblical Masculinity, talk about me…
 
Hollywood and the popular culture typically portray fathers as toxic buffoons. In response to such unfair and harmful mischaracterizations, Dr. Tim Clinton and Max Davis, co-authors of Take It Back: Reclaiming Biblical Masculinity, present research that underscores the crucial contributions made by strong, godly dads. For instance, 76% of teen girl…
 
Christians around the world celebrated Christ's resurrection this past weekend. It's the event that gives our faith meaning and propels us forward with the hope of heaven. Today on Family Talk, Dr. Dobson sits down with Dr. Robert Jeffress to discuss his book A Place Called Heaven: 10 Surprising Truths About Your Eternal Home and to tackle difficul…
 
Listen to these sobering words from 1 Corinthians 15:17—"If Christ has not been raised, your faith is futile; you are still in your sins." As we look foward to Easter weekend, scholar Gary Habermas, author of, The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus, reminds us that our wonderful Savior revealed Himself to a doubting Thomas, and to his persecutor Pa…
 
If you’ve ever rung up too much on your credit card and could only afford to pay the minimum amount, then you’ve experienced firsthand the reason that Jews of the Old Testament felt compelled to offer regular sacrifices to God. Rabbi Jason Sobel, author of Mysteries of the Messiah, explains that it was because they understood that they could never …
 
In Matthew 13:52, Jesus said, "Every teacher of the law who has become a disciple in the kingdom of heaven is like the owner of a house who brings out of his storeroom new treasures as well as old." Sadly, many Christians fail to grasp the Old Testament foreshadowing of Christ. Rabbi Jason Sobel, author of Mysteries of the Messiah: Unveiling Divine…
 
In honor of the late evangelist Luis Palau, who went home to Heaven earlier this month, Dr. James Dobson continues his conversation with Dr. Palau, in which they offer biblical advice for wives in loveless marriages. Isaiah 54:5 says, "Your Maker is your husband—the Lord Almighty is his name." God has not called us to be happy but rather obedient, …
 
The late evangelist Luis Palau, who has been called "the Billy Graham of Latin America," went to be with the Lord on March 11 of this year. On today's broadcast, Dr. James Dobson opens with a special tribute to the life work and impact of Dr. Palau, and then plays a classic interview they had previously recorded together. It was in that conversatio…
 
The late Chuck Colson, former Special Counsel to President Richard Nixon and founder of Prison Fellowship, was often asked, "How can I grow closer to God?" Chuck’s answer was simple. As Jeremiah 22:16 records, when believers defend the cause of the poor and needy, that’s how we can come to know God intimately. As you are serving the powerless, you …
 
There is no better antidote to the dangerous lust for power than to serve others. That’s the contention of the late Chuck Colson, former Special Counsel to President Richard Nixon and founder of Prison Fellowship. He learned that whether we are serving our spouse and children, those in the workplace or in our church, our service has the potential t…
 
The late Chuck Colson, former Special Counsel to President Richard Nixon, knew firsthand what it meant to have a problem with abusing power. But after he was sent to prison, he was no longer enamored by "earthly kings." Colson's life was radically transformed by "the power of the King of Kings living in us and the eternal values of God, which are s…
 
When Pastor Jonathan Pitts took his wife, Wynter, into his arms for their anniversary dance, he had no idea that within a month she’d unexpectedly die at the age of 38. The former executive director of Dr. Tony Evan’s ministry, "The Urban Alternative," he shares how he and his four grieving daughters found comfort through singing their favorite hym…
 
Are you grieving the loss of a loved one and wondering if anything will ever be safe or certain again? Pastor Jonathan Pitts, whose wife, Wynter, died unexpectedly in 2018, shares his darkest days of grief with breathtaking vulnerability. He and his four daughters found strength and hope in the Lord, comfort in their church community, and courage i…
 
All too often, the number of "likes" received on Instagram is what determines a teen’s self-worth. It's no wonder then, that 38% of young girls in the U.S. today have a diagnosable anxiety disorder. Patti Garibay, founder of American Heritage Girls (AHG), a Christian scout-type leadership development program, urges parents to prioritize their daugh…
 
With a disregard for absolute truth in today’s culture, it has become essential that Christian families spend consistent time immersed in God’s Word. Pastor Michael Youssef, author of Hope for This Present Crisis, grew up under a socialist dictatorship and yearned to one day breathe America’s “air of freedom” inspired by its Christian heritage. Now…
 
Because mainstream America is no longer committed to biblical truth, our society is unraveling before our eyes. From our embrace of sexual immorality to socialistic policies, the ripple effect is spreading. World-renowned pastor, Dr. Michael Youssef, author of Hope for This Present Crisis, urges pastors to return to an orthodox, biblical Christiani…
 
When "menopausal misery" hits, women can experience hot flashes, headaches, anxiety and sometimes even deep depression. In this part 2 discussion, the late author Jean Lush explains that as a woman’s menstrual cycle ceases, her body changes and she will often lack energy, be on edge, and can have frequent, exhausting mood changes. Lush counsels hus…
 
If you are a woman in your late 30's or early 40's, you may be experiencing a sense of general uneasiness, low self-worth and possibly even a withdrawal from some of the activities you once enjoyed. The late author Jean Lush had a good explanation: you likely could be premenopausal. In addition to any necessary medical treatment, she assures you th…
 
In 2021, having the old "birds and bees" conversation with your kids is no longer sufficient. In this age of smartphones, you'll also need to talk with your teen about the dangerous world of sexting and pornography. David Eaton, founder of Axis, urges parents to consider giving their teens a Gabb cell phone, which can only call, text without pictur…
 
When moms feel broken and burdened by feelings of inadequacy, Heidi St. John, author of Bible Verses for Moms, reminds us that God's strength is made perfect in our weakness. Heidi's book provides Scriptural counsel on 80 alphabetical topics ranging from depression and discipline to weariness and worry. She urges women to network with other Christi…
 
Between the isolation of COVID-19 and the craziness in our culture, moms today can feel disconnected and overwhelmed. Heidi St. John, author of Becoming MomStrong, reminds mothers to get into God's Word, because we can't pass along to our kids what we don't possess ourselves. While the world has attempted to hijack motherhood and relegate it to lit…
 
Has learning become a burdensome chore for your children—and an ongoing frustration for you as a parent, as well? In today's edition of Family Talk, Cheri Fuller, author of Motivating Your Kids from Crayons to Careers, reminds parents that their own curiosity about the world around them can be infectious. She suggests engaging with your kids about …
 
Young children have a God-inspired curiosity about the world around them, typically prompting a flood of questions. But with parents busier than ever, the danger is that we either ignore these questions or belittle them. Cheri Fuller, author of Motivating Your Kids from Crayons to Careers, urges parents to affirm their child's desire to learn—and, …
 
Fern Nichols was at her wit's end, trying to deal with a rebellious, wayward son. Though in despair because of Ty's worldly choices, she stayed on her knees in prayer for him. A former teacher and founder of Moms in Prayer International, Fern understood the power of Deuteronomy 3:22, which declares, "Do not be afraid; the Lord your God Himself will…
 
Some people feel constricted by God's rules, fearful that they'll be missing out on living the "good life." But in this Part 2 edition, humorist Ken Davis draws from his personal experience as a pilot in explaining that unless he abides by and respects the rules of aviation, he can't expect a successful flight. Similarly, a man wedded to his compas…
 
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