Every couple begins married life together with a different background of traditions and habits, values and relationship patterns. These differences can create conflict and stress or be used by God to draw you closer to him and each other. Today’s guests, Kagiso and Kate Motaung, know all about bridging differences in their cross-cultural marriage. They offer hope and great wisdom to help couples understand
Inspiration for Your Family
You’ve taken your child to church since they were a baby. Family Bible reading, worship music on the radio, and bedtime prayers have been woven into the life of your family. Yet despite the foundation of faith you’ve built for child, they struggle to believe. Doubts, poor choices, and even resistance to God have eroded their trust in Jesus. You’re discouraged and afraid as a parent—will praying for the heart of your prodigal child make a difference? Janet McHenry joins us today to encourage moms and dads to pray by faith for their sons and daughters.
Episode 22: The real reason you’re stressed and feel like a failure as a parent — Interview with Crystal Paine
Parenthood doesn’t come with an instruction manual. So as you and I try to write our own job description, you might say your job is to raise responsible, independent adults. Or it’s to raise godly children who love Jesus with all of their hearts. Or maybe it’s to raise kids who make good choices and have strong character. But as you work so hard to achieve those goals in your home, you just become stressed and feel like a failure as a parent.
Today’s guest, Crystal Paine, is here to offer a whole new way of looking at our life as moms and dads.
This week Rob and I celebrate our 29th wedding anniversary, so I’m looking over my shoulder at year after year of building a life with my husband. Back at the beginning we were facing forward, excited to experience all life could offer two young, broke, and idealistic...
Episode 21: Start Your Marriage Off Right: The Keys to Building a Love That Lasts for Life — Interview with Chris & Jamie Bailey
This week we are excited to celebrate our 29th anniversary! In just a few more weeks, our oldest daughter will be walking down the aisle as a bride. And a few weeks beyond that, our son and his wife will celebrate five years of married life together. As we reminisce...