The message was vital; the challenge was how to spread it far and wide. The answer? A national radio program called "FamilyLife Today."
During the 1980s and 1990s, millions of couples found help and hope for their marriages and families, thanks to God's favor and faithfulness.
Hurting marriages and a disintegrating cultural ethic. Sound familiar? In 1976, the FamilyLife Marriage Conference was born to address these pressing issues.
When Dennis and Barbara Rainey were newlyweds, God called them to a unique ministry to engaged couples. Hear how FamilyLife began in 1976.
Does your life seem boring? Dave and Ann Wilson say your life can be surprisingly influential to those around you, if you will only share it.
What is God's purpose for your life? Dave and Ann Wilson believe that you are exactly where God wants you to be.
They were both married before and felt unfit to help others with their marriages. Scott and Sue Allen experienced The Art of Marriage and were inspired to launch a full-blown marriage ministry.
It wasn't in our plans, but it was in our vows
A young law enforcement officer watches an elderly couple model lifelong commitment and faith ... and his life is changed forever
How an aunt's advice kept D.L. and Helen Govan together
Is lifelong marriage still possible? Couples married 50 years or more share advice for your marriage.
It wasn't until the family had to care for Sophie, that they truly understood for the first time how much Roy cared for her.
Beth Walker woke from a coma with no memory of her family; her husband, Hal, had some difficult choices