Entrepreneur Gary Ringger and his wife, Marla, talk about the thriving food business they built with God's direction and grace. Hear about how Gary and Marla have invested in hundreds of families by helping them adopt children.
Does your childhood, or previous relationships, ever creep into your current ones? If you've ever noticed that certain themes tend to repeat in our relationships you are not alone. Ron Deal is talking with USA-Today Best-selling author Tricia Goyer.
Matt and Glenna Bevin had a heart for adoption, but with five children in the home, the State of Kentucky said "no" on a sixth child. Hear how the Bevins' passionate quest to adopt landed them in the governor's mansion of Kentucky.
Dennis and Barbara Rainey, together with David Robbins and his wife, Meg, answer more tough questions from listeners such as: How do I introduce technology to my kids? What should I say to my adopted kids?
Some of the greatest lessons of life come through parenting. Michael and Sharon Dennehy, the parents of 12 children, nine of whom are adopted, have spent much time in life's classroom and reflect on what adoption has taught them.
Adoption has its challenges. Michael and Sharon Dennehy, known as the "United Nations couple" due to the number of international adoptions they've pursued, talk about the challenges and realities of adopting children with special needs.
The challenges of the orphan crisis are many and every Christian man needs to play a part in the solution. Join Rick Warren, Dennis Rainey, Jedd Medefind as they discuss the problem, and offer solutions.
Paul and Robin Pennington joined by Dr. Mary Bennett talk about the needs of orphans in Haiti, and the difficulties adoptive parents may have after bringing traumatized children into their home.
From foster care advocates to a former foster kid, we'll hear about God's heart for the orphan, and ways believers can get involved in one aspect of "pure and undefiled religion."
Raised in Ukraine by her abusive mother, Diana Prykhodko fled to the streets of Kiev when she was just 9 years old. Through a series of God-orchestrated events, Diana was adopted into an American family.