If you have known us for long, you know our passion for books! Whether reading them, writing them, or sharing authors and titles with you, they’re a huge part of our lives. Books—and reading together—has also made a big impact on our life as a family. We know it’s the same for you. They are a simple but powerful tool to connect with our kids and share the truths of God as well. Today’s guest, Kristin Wynalda, is here to help us make the most of reading with our kids.
Inspiration for Your Family
Twelve years ago, Joanna and Rob began their journey of foster parenting and opened their home to little ones in need of care. Through the blessings and struggles, questions and fears, joys and griefs, their lives were changed forever.
For the Teigens, foster parenting was a walk through the unexpected. They had to ask questions they’d never faced and lean on God like never before. Today’s guest, Jamie Finn, is here with answers to the wonderings and struggles foster families encounter every day.
Episode 52: How to Build Up Your Marriage to Survive the Worst Times in Your Life–with Gene and Carol Kent
One of the most important questions we’ll ever ask about marriage is this:
Why do some marriages fall apart in a crisis while others develop a stronger bond in the face of the most impossible life pressures?
Each of us wants to grow a relationship that not just survives, but thrives in times of pain and stress. Today’s guests, Carol and Gene Kent, give us encouraging tools to build staying power into our marriage.
Your child was created by God and placed in your family—and in this world—for a unique purpose like no one else. Yet as parents, it can be difficult to understand our kids’ behavior and point of view. We’re tempted to push our kids into a mold of our own making instead of celebrating the God-given qualities that set them apart. Today’s guests, Bill Hendricks and Bev Godby, offer their expertise in the area of giftedness.
Episode 50: How an Introvert and Extrovert Can Build a Happy and Understanding Marriage–with Holley Gerth and Jason Rovenstine
Do you feel mismatched in your marriage today? Maybe your spouse wants to pack your weekend full of outings and family gatherings while you’re dreaming of quiet time on the couch with a good book. You secretly feel jealous of the way your spouse comes alive at a party while you feel overwhelmed and out of place. Perhaps holidays and special occasions stir up conflict because your ideas of “fun” are completely opposite. An introvert-extrovert marriage can struggle from misunderstanding, frustration, and feeling unheard and unloved. Today’s guests, Holley Gerth and Jason Rovenstine, are here to help us understand our spouse and thrive in our differences.