It's easy to want to run away from things that we face in our grief, but Levi and Jennie Lusko contend that, with God's help, walking into what seems so scary can produce the greatest healing.
God has a history of getting the best results from empty vessels. Nancy Guthrie, Holley Gerth, and Dale Kreienkamp encourage listeners with God's promises from His Word.
Licensed counselor Ron Deal talks about the physical and emotional effects of traumatic stress, and Tracy Lane shares her experience regarding her daughter's heart surgeries.
Cameron Cole seemed to be one of those lucky few who actually achieved the dream of a life free of trouble. But in one day Cameron's illusion of charmed perfection was shattered by four shocking words: "Our son is dead."
Cameron Cole had a charmed life-almost perfect. Until the phone rang and his wife uttered four words: "Our son is dead."
Ron and Nan Deal lost their 12-year-old son Connor in 2009. The Deals discuss how they regained their footing, especially in their marriage, after experiencing such a tragic loss.
Ron and Nan Deal share how losing their middle son, Connor, in 2009 at the age of 12 still has them reeling. The Deals share what has helped them, and hurt them, as they've grieved the loss of their son.
Ron and Nan Deal walk us through the events in 2009 that took the life of their 12-year old son, Connor. The Deals tells how their family got through this tremendous loss.
If you or anyone you know has lost a child, you know the grief can consume you. Nancy Guthrie and Jerry Sittser share vulnerably about biblical hope in the face of unthinkable tragedy.
What does it mean to trust God in all circumstances?
Where do you turn when all hope seems gone?
Sometimes the unimaginable happens.
Who can measure the power of a life?
When life and death are at stake, where do you turn for answers?
Molly, born with a rare brain disorder, demanded constant care just to stay alive.
What does it mean to grieve the loss of a loved one?
Death visited the Taylor household unexpectedly one morning in the spring of 1979.
Today on the broadcast, David Cox talks about the impact of suicide on the survivors.
On today's broadcast, marriage and family counselor David Cox helps us understand the suicidal mind.
Today on the broadcast, David Cox, a marriage and family counselor, talks honestly about his father's suicide.
Hear a moving message given by author Anne Graham Lotz at the funeral of David and Nancy Guthrie’s baby girl, Hope.
David and Nancy Guthrie talk about the pregnancy that took them by surprise.
Nancy and her husband, David, tell how they walked through the valley of the shadow of death with their baby girl, Hope.
David and Nancy Guthrie talk about the birth of their baby, Hope, and the genetic disorder that eventually took her life.