Is your teen prepared for adulthood? Dennis and Barbara Rainey identify four key areas of a child's life that parents must strive to develop before launching them into the big, wide world.
At a recent trip to prison, Dennis Rainey takes time to connect with prison inmates and hear the stories of a few whose lives were impacted by material on biblical manhood.
Chaplain Bruce Cunningham was winning at work - counseling and mentoring prisoners. In the process, he discovered that his own sons would benefit from the same training.
Prison Chaplain Bruce Cunningham reminds us that prison inmates are just like you and me. Bruce tells how God has given him a passion to help and serve these men, most of whom are fatherless.
When your kids leave home, what temptations will they face?
You've graduated, and the next chapter of your life is about to begin.
If you thought high school was a minefield, just wait until you get to college.
Have you prepared your teen for college?
Would your teen say you’re a good listener?
Your teen is in crisis.
What do you do with a teen who’s out of control?
Launching your teen into adulthood is bittersweet.
Authors Alex and Brett Harris encourage teens not to waste their youth, but, instead, to courageously attempt something that will have lasting value.
The hardest things are the smallest things.
Everyone expects teens to rebel in some way, but Alex and Brett have started a rebellion of a different kind.
A father’s impression on his children lasts a lifetime.
You go to college to prepare for a future career, but is that the only reason?
Today on the broadcast, Dennis Rainey talks with Thomas Shaw, vice president of student services at Moody Bible Institute, about the need for parents to coach their kids as they make the big step toward the college of their choice.
Is your teen prepared for adulthood?