Dale Kreienkamp talks about the realities of being unemployed. His wife, Deb, shares what she felt as she watched her husband struggle and tells what she did to support him in this uncertain season.
Dale Kreienkamp talks about the variety of emotions a person feels after being laid off. He reminds those who are unemployed that it's going to be okay, but it will be hard, with emotional highs and lows. Ultimately, you'll see God's hand of provision in your life.
Bob Lepine asserts that gospel unity should always be more important and more powerful than whatever our disagreements are about. Bob reminds believers of the importance of humility, civility, and unity.
Bob Lepine poses this question: How would Jesus want us to represent Him when we talk about politics? According to the Bible, what we agree about Jesus should bind us tighter than our politics should divide us.
Dr. John Perkins saw and endured horrific racism. But God convicted him of his own hateful reaction and inclined his heart toward racial reconciliation through the gospel. Listen to his conversation with Kim Anthony.
Jasmine Holmes knows what strong parenting looks like. But that didn't shield her from the pain of casual prejudice growing up. Now a young mom, she shows her son he is "fearfully and wonderfully made."
Retired police officer Adam Davis says police work takes a toll on a marriage. The stress of the job hardened Adam's heart and made him want to protect his family so badly that he quit communicating altogether.
As a child, Mez McConnell suffered physical and emotional abuse at the hands of his stepmom. Mez describes his path from abuse to schoolyard bullying and, ultimately, to a prison term before finding Jesus.
When Phil Waldrep's friend betrayed him a second time, the hurt of this man's actions caused a struggle that wasn't easy to recover from. Waldrep walks us through the various stages of grief he dealt with.
Pastor Scott Sauls coaches listeners with practical insights on using gentle answers in relationships. Learn the six most powerful words in a marriage, and how anger can actually help save a dying marriage.
Transitions are hard, as is any kind of major change. Especially if it involves moving. Gina Butz and Voddie Baucham share how to care for your family during the time of a transition.
Is it inevitable that my teen will walk away from the faith once they hit college? Glenn Stanton says, "No way." Stanton reminds parents of the incredible influence they have in their young adult's life.