Kristen Welch talks about how entitlement showed up in their family, and how she and her husband worked to foster gratitude in their children's hearts.
When we gather together for holiday meals, we satisfy more than our immediate hunger. It’s a feast for our souls, bodies, and imaginations.
Doubling a recipe isn’t nearly as hard as you’d think, but it’s a lot more rewarding. Find Friendsgiving ideas to make your gathering doable and happy.
Award conversations gravitate to our holiday tables year after year. But could we all truly get along, even for 30 minutes of face-stuffing glory?
Are you preparied to interact with relatives over controversial topics this holiday season? Darrell Harrison coaches listeners about how to be kind and gracious with family members.
So many of us are struggling to catch our breath this year. Gratitude might even feel wrong. So how can we be thankful?
This Thanksgiving weekend, hear part two of a dramatic presentation of the story of the first Thanksgiving.
As believers, we should be joyful, prayerful, and thankful. Bob Lepine expounds on some biblical directives from 1 Thessalonians 5.
As we approach Thanksgiving, it is good to remember the history of this special holiday. Hear part one of a dramatic presentation of the first Thanksgiving.
What if we stopped treating gratitude like green bean casserole—something to dish out once a year?
It's that time of year again when you not only need to plan for the holidays but need to prepare for co-parenting issues that inevitably arise. Ron Deal and guests share their wisdom and blunders of navigating holidays through the years.
Dennis and Barbara Rainey remind us how important it is to give thanks to God for all His blessings-- always. Hear suggestions of how to keep thankfulness at the center of your Thanksgiving celebration.
Long after my husband and I are gone, I want our kids to still have each other.
How do we find the holy balance of treating our bodies like temples, but not to the extent that we become health-obsessed this holiday season?
History professor Tracy McKenzie and Barbara Rainey take us on a fascinating journey through history to shed light on the real first Thanksgiving and the intriguing people we call the Pilgrims.
Tracy McKenzie and Barbara Rainey take us back to the 1600s to the village of Scrooby, the birthplace of a sect of the Puritans called the Pilgrims.
Barbara Rainey's favorite holiday is Thanksgiving Day. Find out how she impressed gratitude on her children growing up. She'll also give a glimpse into how how she's processing transitions in her own life.
Barbara Rainey and Tracy Lane talk about what they do on a typical Thanksgiving holiday and remind listeners of the purpose of the holiday.
Thanksgiving is about gathering together to remember God's many blessings. Barbara Rainey and Tracy Lane talk about what they do on a typical Thanksgiving holiday.
Whether it's family you know and love, or strangers that need to feel welcome, Barbara Rainey and Rosaria Butterfield share about opportunities to express hospitality.
Barbara Rainey and her daughter Laura talk about their favorite Thanksgiving memories, including five kernels of corn, Company French toast, and reading the Pilgrims' story.
Barbara Rainey shares fresh ideas to help families focus on being fully present with one another as they gather at the Thanksgiving table.
Can thankfulness be taught? Barbara Rainey encourages parents to intentionally cultivate gratefulness in their families.
Whether you realize it or not, you're building a memory bank for your children. Barbara Rainey tells why remembering all God has done for us is so important.
November is the month for thankfulness. But it shouldn't stop there. Barbara Rainey encourages listeners to practice thankfulness all year long.
As family and friends gather, here are some ideas to create a holiday that is memorable and feasible.
Dennis and Barbara Rainey encourage parents to nurture their children's gratitude by practicing gratefulness during the upcoming holiday.
Hard to believe it's that time again! Time for Barbara Rainey's official and most favorite holiday, Thanksgiving! Join us for a special look back at Thanksgivings past and present at the Rainey house.
Barbara Rainey tells what she did to try and cultivate a heart of gratitude in her children. She explains why we struggle to be grateful for God's blessings.
With a little investment of time, these ideas can help give your children an "ultimate gift."
Character building is hard work, but it pays off big time in the lives of our children.
Enjoy your holidays this year by simplifying your priorities.
Here are some of our best ideas, plus a few new ones, to help you make this Thanksgiving a holiday to remember.
Are you happy with the way your family celebrates the holiday? Here are some ideas to keep it from becoming just another day.
Our problem in America is not that we don't know we are to be thankful, but often we choose to complain instead.
What husbands and wives are saying about each other this Thanksgiving.
Barbara Rainey talks about her book consisting of true stories designed to teach children the beauty of gratitude.
Barbara Rainey encourages families to ask questions designed to help guests think thoughtfully about all their blessings.
Barbara Rainey recalls the moment in her mothering when she realized that her children must be her priority.
This recipe became a family tradition for Thanksgiving brunch.
We need to guide our children and grandchildren into the habit of giving thanks in all things.
Tips for making this holiday season more enjoyable.
Expressing gratitude for all God has done for me.
How to protect your family from holiday stress.
As my children grew up, I was determined to make this holiday a time for celebrating faith, family, and freedom.
Would others say you’re a grateful person?
Are you grateful in the hard times?
Thanksgiving is getting closer, but is your heart prepared?
Do you praise God even in the bad times?