Focus On The Family

Letting God Redeem Your Broken Life

Author and speaker Elisa Morgan shares her dramatic testimony of growing up in a broken, dysfunctional family, and how that has damaged her own family today. She offers hope as she tells how God can comfort us in our anguish and redeem our brokenness.

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How Mentoring Saved Our Marriage (Part 2 of 2)

Tom and Sandy Ralya tell their story of how a small number of friends and mentors challenged them to face the truth about their relationship and obey God – a process that lead to the restoration of their broken marriage. (Part 2 of 2)

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How Mentoring Saved Our Marriage (Part 1 of 2)

Tom and Sandy Ralya tell their story of how a small number of friends and mentors challenged them to face the truth about their relationship and obey God – a process that lead to the restoration of their broken marriage. (Part 1 of 2)

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The Value of Women Mentoring Women

Dr. Joneal Kirby and several Focus on the Family female staff members discuss the life-changing benefits a young Christian woman can experience when she is mentored and discipled by an older woman of faith.

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Adopting in the Empty Nest years

Terrie Morrow, who has two children in their thirties, tells the story of how she and her husband, Cal, have adopted a young girl named Abigail out of the foster care system.

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Better Ways to Communicate With Your Children (Part 2 of 2)

Michael Anderson and Dr. Timothy Johanson encourage parents to stop trying so hard to raise “perfect” kids by lecturing, reminding and warning them – which are often ineffective anyway. Our guests advise that parents should instead adopt a more hands-off approach that lets natural consequences teach their children. (Part 2 of 2)

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Better Ways to Communicate With Your Children (Part 1 of 2)

Michael Anderson and Dr. Timothy Johanson encourage parents to stop trying so hard to raise “perfect” kids by lecturing, reminding and warning them – which are often ineffective anyway. Our guests advise that parents should instead adopt a more hands-off approach that lets natural consequences teach their children. (Part 1 of 2)

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Connecting With Your Busy Spouse

Mark and Susan Merrill of Family First suggest some fun and creative ways a husband and wife can strengthen their marriage amidst the demands of a busy schedule.

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