Be encouraged and uplifted to build your family upon enduring truths that are built upon God's word. Whether it's marriage tips or how to raise your sons and daughters, Dr. Dobson and his guests will help you build a stronger marriage and family.
The lingering memories of our past mistakes or a painful trauma can keep us from fully experiencing God's redemption. On this edition, Dr. Dobson sits down with comedian Dr. Dennis Swanberg to discuss his new book No More Secrets. Dr. Swanberg opens up about his son's battle with alcoholism and explains why parents shouldn't feel guilty for a child's waywardness.
On this edition, Dr. Dobson concludes his interview with Dr. David Jeremiah, pastor at Shadow Mountain Community Church. Dr. Jeremiah talks about the emotional and spiritual low points in his battle with cancer, and refutes the delusional belief that Christian's won't experience suffering. Hear why we must rely on God's strength when hardship comes.
It's been said that everyone is either coming out of hardship, in the midst of a struggle, or about to experience difficulty. On this classic broadcast, Dr. Dobson sits down with his good friend, prominent pastor and author, Dr. David Jeremiah. He discusses his battle with cancer and why he believes God allows suffering in all of our lives.
According to research from Enough is Enough, America is the top consumer of pornography with 4 in 10 people believing these images are morally acceptable. On this edition, Dr. Dobson concludes his interview with author Nancy Blake. She reveals why she initially blamed herself for her first husband’s addiction to pornography and how she depended on God through this betrayal. Nancy also talks about getting remarried and the healing that she continues to experience.
Pornography is an evil that warps the minds of many young people, with an addiction stronger than most drugs. On this broadcast, Dr. Dobson welcomes author Nancy Blake to the Family Talk studios. She opens up about her first husband's struggles with pornography, which eventually destroyed their marriage. Hear how she recovered from this heartbreak and what she is doing to help other women in similar circumstances.
Many kids in the 21st century have an unhealthy attitude of entitlement which is often perpetuated by their parents. On this edition, author and parenting blogger Kay Wills Wyma, talks to Dr. Dobson about this subject through her book Cleaning House. She examines the damaging effects of 'helicopter parenting' while providing practical advice to parents on how to ready their children for the real world.
In 1 Kings, King Solomon charged the Israelites to be 'wholly devoted to the Lord.' On this classic broadcast, retired LAPD officer Bob Vernon talks about the importance of maintaining our Christian walk. He highlights 3 prayers we must constantly say in order to rid ourselves of sin and remain faithful to God.
Researchers have found that nearly 1 in 4 women are victims of abuse from their supposed loving partner. On this edition, Dr. Tim Clinton continues his conversation about domestic violence with licensed psychotherapist, Dr. Barry Lord. He describes an abused woman's feelings of imprisonment and why she keeps this abuse secret from everyone. Hear what the church can do to help those in violent situations at home.
For nearly 40 years, October has been observed as Domestic Violence Awareness month. On this broadcast, Dr. Tim Clinton talks to licensed psychotherapist Dr. Barry Lord, about this growing problem of abuse. Dr. Lord shares shocking statistics on this pervasive issue and why protecting victims is paramount. The two also explain how spousal abuse breaks the bond of trust in a marriage.
On this broadcast, Dr. Dobson concludes his insightful conversation with best-selling author and international evangelist, Anne Graham Lotz. She continues to reveal the profound lessons she discovered about the Holy Spirit while experiencing the darkest days of her life. Anne provides evidence for the Holy Spirit all throughout Scripture and explains His role as advocate, intercessor, and constant companion.
Before ascending into Heaven, Jesus promised to send us another comforter for us to rely on. On this broadcast, Dr. Dobson welcomes best-selling author and evangelist Anne Graham Lotz to the Family Talk studios. Anne shares how the Holy Spirit ministered to her after losing her husband and father, and being diagnosed with cancer.
On this edition, you will hear the conclusion to one of Dr. Dobson's favorite interviews featuring Super Bowl winning coach, Tony Dungy. Coach Dungy answers some very pertinent questions from the studio audience. They inquired about his unique coaching style, the decision to pursue adoption, and the advice he gives to young athletes.
The Apostle Paul reminds those in positions of influence to obey God wholeheartedly so that those who follow them will do likewise. On this edition, Dr. Dobson will continue his timeless interview with Super Bowl winning coach, Tony Dungy. Tony reflects on his playing and coaching careers, and shares that his greatest achievement is pointing people to Jesus.
The great NFL coach Vince Lombardi said leaders aren't born, they are made through hard work. This classic edition features Dr. Dobson's popular conversation with another NFL coach who epitomizes Christian leadership. Former Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy talks about his outspoken Christian faith, which comes from his strong godly heritage.
Will the United States ever revere God again? Is a revival on the horizon? This broadcast will address these questions through Dr. Dobson's interview with Christian apologist, Ravi Zacharias. The two discuss the moral free fall of this nation and why the millennial generation is key to our future. Ravi will also talk about the hunger he has seen for the Gospel all over the world.
Oftentimes when standing up for our beliefs, we become hostile towards those who oppose our worldview. However, Scripture reminds us to be graceful, loving and wise when defending our faith. On this special edition, Dr. Dobson is joined by prominent Christian apologist and author, Ravi Zacharias. He highlights the importance of first understanding the person who is asking difficult questions regarding meaning or purpose.
On this enlightening broadcast, Dr. Dobson concludes his informative conversation with Dr. Walt Larimore. They continue to examine the health tips covered in Dr. Larimore's new book, Fit Over 50. He highlights the lack of prayer in the church, the importance of sleep, and the healthiest foods you should be eating.
Scripture is very clear that we honor God when we take care of the bodies He has entrusted to us. On this broadcast, Dr. Dobson welcomes his good friend Dr. Walt Larimore to the Family Talk studios to discuss his newest book, Fit Over 50. Dr. Larimore emphasizes the importance of a person's complete emotional, spiritual, physical, and mental wellness. Hear practical tips on what you can do to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
The Apostle James reminds us to be quick to listen and slow to anger. However, we sometimes forget that advice when it comes to our spouse. On this classic broadcast, Dr. Dobson talks about anger in marriage with the late author and counselor, Jean Lush. She describes the damage of this emotion and provides practical steps to resolve the buildup of hostility or resentment.
Deadly mass shootings are, unfortunately, becoming all too common in today's society. Why do these merciless killings happen? On this exclusive broadcast, Dr. Dobson reads from his September newsletter, which directly addresses the origin of these appalling acts. He unpacks how the family breakdown, not failed gun laws or mental health protocols, is the root cause of these disturbed murderers.
Every marriage goes through seasons of conflict and discord. But how can couples learn from their arguments and stick together through the hard times? On this edition, Dr. Sharon May, a licensed marriage and family therapist, talks about marriages that are emotionally divided. She will share with Dr. Tim Clinton how couples can stop constantly arguing and better understand and love one another.
Girls growing up in this society receive so many mixed messages about their purpose and identity. On this classic broadcast, Dr. Dobson talks about this shadow of low self-esteem that hangs over so many women. He also challenges parents, especially dads, to encourage their daughters' femininity, and continually build their confidence and value as a woman.
It has been said that little girls are made of 'sugar, spice and everything nice.' Despite the snippet of truth in that nursery rhyme, girls are much more complex. Dr. Dobson unpacks this delicate topic through this classic broadcast. He describes how women are innately designed to be tender and affectionate, and advises fathers how to better understand their daughters.
The re-establishment of Jerusalem as Israel's capital was one of the most significant decisions in recent history. On this edition, Rabbi Jonathan Cahn shares with Dr. Dobson how the Biblical years of Jubilee predicted this event. He also explains President Trump and the Dead Sea Scrolls involvement in this prophecy and talks about the building aggression towards Christianity.
In ancient Israel, the year of Jubilee marked the time of restoring or returning that which was lost. On this broadcast, Dr. Dobson continues his deep discussion with Rabbi Jonathan Cahn, author of the book The Oracle. Rabbi Cahn describes how the Jews' return to Israel was put into motion because of Mark Twain, President Harry Truman, and the aftermath of World War II.
Is there an observable pattern that connects historical occurrences to current and future events? On this broadcast, Dr. Dobson talks to New York Times best-selling author, Rabbi Jonathan Cahn about his new book, The Oracle. Rabbi Cahn briefly shares his journey to faith in Jesus, then explains the mysteries behind the years of Jubilee.
On this exclusive broadcast, Dr. Tim Clinton catches up with Pastor Greg Laurie to discuss his new book on the life of Johnny Cash. The two dive into the music legend's tumultuous background and lifelong struggle for meaning and purpose. Pastor Laurie also conveys how Cash turned his life around and how Christ's redeeming love can reach anyone.
When devastating circumstances rock our world, we often blame God for allowing them. On this edition, Rebekah Gregory, a survivor of the Boston Marathon bombing, shares why she doesn't harbor anger over that traumatic event. She explains to Dr. Dobson how her strong faith allowed her to endure the bombing, along with an abusive childhood, and an unhealthy marriage. Listen to what she is doing now to help others with PTSD.
On April 15, 2013, terrorists set off bombs at the Boston Marathon, which killed 3 people and brutally injured over 260 more. On this special broadcast, Dr. Dobson sits down with one of the survivors, author and speaker, Rebekah Gregory. She shares her horrifying account of that day and the gruesome injuries she sustained, which led to the amputation of her leg. Hear how God dramatically protected Rebekah and her then 4-year old son, Noah.
Many Christians in the business world have forgotten the charge to "work heartily for the Lord." On this broadcast, Dr. Dobson concludes his classic interview with businessman and CPA, Jim Perry. The two discuss the impact of tax cuts and how the government infringes on small businesses. Jim also implores managers to practice fiscal responsibility towards their employees and partners.
Are you a business owner or manager, struggling to see your company flourish in this economy? On this classic broadcast, you will hear Dr. Dobson's conversation with successful businessman and CPA, Jim Perry. Jim explains the immoral practices businesses use to cut corners, and warns against the addictive and dangerous decision to borrow money. Hear what God's Word says about our work ethic.
On this edition, we will conclude Dr. Dobson's classic discussion with author and speaker Laura Petherbridge. She disputes the cultural ideas that single parents are failures and why remarriage is the only sensible solution for kids. Laura also urges single moms to find godly, male influences for their sons and daughters.
When parents get remarried because of divorce or sudden death, they should expect a long adjustment period for their kids. On this edition, Dr. Dobson continues his discussion with stepfamily expert, Laura Petherbridge. She addresses how stepmoms should interact with their stepchildren and the responsibility of husbands to defend their new wives.
With the rise of divorce and remarriage, many families are forced to navigate the tough step parent dynamic. On this classic broadcast, Dr. Dobson talks about this subject with noted author and speaker, Laura Petherbridge. She shares her own experience with step-parenting and explains how a child views a new mom or dad.
Earlier this year, 4-year-old Drake Pardo was abruptly taken from his home under vague pretenses by Child Protective Services. On this broadcast, Dr. Dobson investigates this upsetting situation with homeschool advocate, Tim Lambert. Tim walks through the timeline of Drake's case, explains the serious missteps of CPS, and how you can stand with this hurting family.
Since the homeschool movement began in the 1980s, families who self-educate their kids have been unfairly targeted. On this edition, Dr. Dobson welcomes Tim Lambert, President of the Texas Homeschool Coalition to the Family Talk studios. They identify the various roadblocks families have encountered and why so many parents choose to homeschool their children.
On this special edition, Dr. Tim Clinton talks about the newly released movie Overcomer, with author and teacher, Priscilla Shirer. She will explain her role and partnership with the Kendrick brothers on this film and the godly message woven into it. Priscilla also shares her heart for ministry and the upcoming projects she is working on.
In this fast-paced society, many children struggle to keep up and can develop severe anxiety problems. On this broadcast, Dr. Dobson continues to talk about our kids and stress with best-selling author and psychologist, Dr. Arch Hart. They discuss how trauma, hostility, overstimulation, and drastic change can intensify a child's stress level.
Many people associate stress with the struggles of adult life, but often forget that children also deal with stress. On this classic broadcast, Dr. Dobson talks about this subject with renowned author and psychologist, Dr. Arch Hart. They examine the pressure on our kids and identify the various physical, emotional, and mental indicators of anxiety.
On this broadcast, you will hear Dr. Ben Carson's speech from the 2019 Western Conservative Summit. He addresses his obligations as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, and the optimism surrounding America's economy. Dr. Carson also explains the importance of a home as not only a physical structure, but an emotional and spiritual refuge for families.
Jesus said, "whatever you do for the least of these, you do for Me." On this special edition, Dr. Tim Clinton sits down with Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Dr. Ben Carson. They highlight HUD's many accomplishments, while Secretary Carson shares how churches are sacrificially serving and providing for their communities.
Fatherlessness has tremendously damaged the family unit in this country. Researchers say nearly 50% of American kids are growing up without a dad. On this edition, Dr. Tim Clinton discusses this devastating problem with John Smithbaker, founder of Fathers in the Field. He shares his own story of growing up without a dad and explains his passion for ministering to fatherless children.
It is a sad observation that we live in a society that vilifies masculinity and manhood. This broadcast concludes a classic interview featuring Dr. Dobson and former U.S. Education Secretary, Dr. Bill Bennett. The two address the moral and spiritual failings of this country, and the lack of committed fathers that care for and protect their family.
Raising God-honoring boys is one of the toughest jobs for any Christian father. On this classic broadcast, Dr. Dobson sits down with Dr. Bill Bennett, former U.S. Education Secretary under President Reagan. They look at the need for a male influence in a son's life and identify the various male role models they looked up to over the years.
Progressive ideologies have infiltrated our colleges and universities, warping the minds of our young people. On this broadcast, Dr. Dobson examines this assault through his conversation with popular radio host and author, Dennis Prager. The two continue addressing the Leftist agenda, discuss the censorship of PragerU videos, and answer some pertinent questions from the audience.
Historically, colleges and universities were places dedicated to open dialogue and a free exchange of ideas. Sadly, intolerance and censorship toward conservatism is on the rise. On this special broadcast, Dr. Dobson talks with popular radio host Dennis Prager about his new documentary No Safe Spaces. Hear how free speech is under attack on campuses across the nation.
Over the last 20 years, more and more Christians are adopting a 'gay-friendly' worldview. On this edition, Dr. Dobson wraps up his discussion on this topic with author and speaker, Anne Paulk. They walk through 4 doctrinal views on the LGBT lifestyle and address the false ideas concerning counseling and therapy.
Many churches and Christian groups are purposefully choosing to support the LGBT movement. On this edition, Dr. Dobson addresses this disturbing trend with Anne Paulk, Executive Director of Restored Hope Network. They examine the hostility towards the Biblical truth about homosexuality, while Anne shares her own story of being liberated from lesbianism.
Culture is on a mission to confuse and corrupt our young girls, but the church must be willing to stand up for godliness and integrity. On this broadcast, Dr. Tim Clinton talks to Patti Garibay, Executive Director of American Heritage Girls. They discuss the mission of this organization and how it is encouraging young women to know their true worth in Jesus.
The Bible tells us that no one knows when Christ will return. We can, however, surmise that the end is near from the cultural signs around us. On this edition, Dr. Dobson continues his fascinating discussion with Dr. Richard Swenson, author of Hurtling Toward Oblivion. Dr. Swenson reminds us that in times of fallenness and turmoil, Christ is our only hope.
Christ warns believers that they will endure immense tribulation while living in this fallen world. On this classic broadcast, Dr. Dobson sits down with researcher Dr. Richard Swenson, author of Hurtling Toward Oblivion. Dr. Swenson describes his thesis and scientific findings about the end of this age.
In this increasingly hostile culture, the body of Christ must be ready to defend itself and rely on God's strength. On this broadcast, Dr. Jay Sekulow, from the American Center for Law and Justice, concludes his presentation on protecting this country's liberties. He explains how we should approach unfairness and why God honors our prayers for justice.
America's Judeo-Christian heritage and moral bedrock are being constantly bombarded by progressive ideologies. On this broadcast, Dr. Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel with the American Center for Law and Justice, examines the importance of defending American freedoms. He walks through key religious liberty lawsuits and highlights the liberal philosophy that threatens our values.
When getting married, couples often overlook the fact that when they say 'I do', they are marrying their spouse's entire family. On this edition, you will hear the conclusion to Dr. Dobson's conversation with author, Annie Chapman. They discuss how a new wife can navigate the delicate connection with her mother-in-law, and why tension in that relationship could wreck any marriage.
In the midst of planning an elaborate wedding, couples often forget that their union also joins two families. On this classic broadcast, Dr. Dobson talks with Annie Chapman, musical artist and author of The Mother-in-Law Dance. The two discuss the unique relational challenges that mothers and their daughters-in-law face and how to maintain a healthy family.
The Biblical account of Rahab the harlot is a profound example of God's redemptive power over sin. On this broadcast, Dr. Dobson welcomes prominent author and speaker Autumn Miles to the Family Talk studios. She talks about her book, I Am Rahab, as well as shares her testimony of surviving domestic abuse and how God is using Autumn for His glory.
On this special edition, Dr. Tim Clinton sits down with Grammy-winning singer and songwriter, Mac Powell. He shares the inspiration and messages behind many of his hit songs as lead vocalist for the band Third Day. Mac also talks about his personal and family life and updates us on his current projects.
In this increasingly hostile culture, the body of Christ must be ready to defend itself and rely on God's strength. On this broadcast, Dr. Jay Sekulow, from the American Center for Law and Justice, concludes his presentation on protecting this country's liberties. He explains how we should approach unfairness and why God honors our prayers for justice.
Suffering and life-changing trials are rarely seen as shining examples to aspire to. On this broadcast, hear from one of the greatest heroes of the Christian faith, Corrie ten Boom, as she shares her story of life in a Nazi concentration camp. Despite the cruel treatment she experienced, she shares a message of love and forgiveness.
Sports fans recognize Pete Maravich as a basketball phenom who revolutionized the game. Many don't know about his profound encounter with Jesus that changed his life. On this edition, Dr. Dobson talks about the legacy of 'Pistol' Pete with author and producer Darrel Campbell. They explain Pete's infectious faith that he shared with everyone and recall the tragic day of Pete's sudden death.
The late Pete Maravich was, without question, one of the greatest basketball players of all time. On this broadcast, Dr. Dobson discusses this sports legend with seasoned TV writer, author, and producer Darrel Campbell. He talks about his personal friendship with Pete, and shares some of the turbulent stories from Pete’s childhood and early basketball career.
The prodigal son is a classic example of how a life apart from God is unfulfilling. On this edition, Dr. Tim Clinton sits down with Stu Fuhlendorf, Senior Pastor at Redemption Hills Church in Littleton, Colorado. Pastor Fuhlendorf opens up about his past life as a narcissistic, self-sufficient corporate executive. He shares how that world drastically fell apart, which caused him to seek out a meaningful relationship with Jesus.
America's Founders purposefully constructed defenses in the Constitution to protect religious people and institutions from inevitable hostility. On this broadcast, Dr. Dobson continues his conversation with best-selling conservative author, David Horowitz. They analyze the liberal agenda to suppress Christianity and highlight the importance of our God-centered heritage.
Christianity has been unfairly targeted by the progressive culture. Fortunately, more and more non-religious groups are coming to the defense of religious liberty. On this edition, Dr. Dobson welcomes popular conservative author and speaker, David Horowitz, to the Family Talk studios. The two discuss the origins of the hostility towards religion, while David explains his decision to walk away from a liberal mindset.
Beginning in the 1950s, Americans fell in love with the entertaining western duo of Roy Rogers and his wife, Dale Evans. On this broadcast, you will hear a timeless message from Dale as she shares her moving testimony. Outside of her fame, many don’t know her personal journey which was marred by heartache and sorrow.
Christians living in this modern culture must be bold and refuse to keep their beliefs silent. On this classic broadcast, Dr. Dobson sits down with law professor and radio journalist, Hugh Hewitt. Professor Hewitt talks about his book The Embarrassed Believer and why so many Christ followers are afraid to live out or share their faith publicly.
With a party girl mother who was married 7 different times while he was young, Pastor Greg Laurie's home life was understandably chaotic. On this broadcast, Pastor Laurie continues talking about his rebellious teenage years that included heavy drug use. Hear how a group of 'Jesus Freaks' helped him find the freedom that completely transformed his life forever.
Jesus often taught in parables because powerful stories are memorable and meaningful. On this edition, Pastor Greg Laurie from Harvest Christian Fellowship shares his powerful testimony involving a troubled upbringing. He explains how his mother's wild lifestyle led him down a similar destructive path as a young adult. Hear how Pastor Laurie's deep longing for purpose led him to a meaningful relationship with Jesus.
There is tremendous division throughout the entire nation over what is happening at our southern border. On this episode, Dr. Dobson addresses this humanitarian crisis by sharing from his July newsletter. He reflects on his heartbreaking visit to the holding facilities in Texas and discredits the media's misconceptions about the refugee's living conditions.
What are the best ways for the church to engage the millennial generation? On this broadcast, Dr. Dobson continues talking to Minister Jonathan Teague from Prestonwood Baptist Church. They examine young people's disconnect with the concept of absolute truth and emphasize why mature believers must disciple and minister to millennials.
For years, the millennial generation has been characterized as being lazy, liberal, and non-religious. But are these attributes true? On this broadcast, Dr. Dobson discusses some misconceptions about young people with Minister Jonathan Teague, from Prestonwood Baptist Church. He explains a millennial's distorted worldview and why they struggle to connect with the older generations.
Are you tired of Washington's immorality and irresponsibility? Do you feel a growing animosity towards this country? On this edition, Dr. Dobson continues discussing this topic with former senator Jim DeMint. The two highlight the dangers of big government and explain why returning power to the people will limit corruption, and promote freedom and prosperity.
This nation's morality has been steadily declining for decades, causing many Americans to turn their backs on the republic they once respected. As we celebrate Independence Day, listen to Dr. Dobson tackle this growing concern with former United States senator, Jim DeMint. They address the rising frustrations with the federal government and the fading rights of individuals.
The United States of America was established by men who understood morality and biblical principles. Sadly, many don't know the true spiritual heritage of this great nation. On this broadcast, historian David Barton unpacks the untold parts of American history and shares several stories of the Founding Father's genuine inspiration for these United States.
A healthy marriage takes hard work and intentionality, unlike the Hollywood portrayal of effortless relationships. On this classic broadcast, Dr. Dobson’s guests were Jim and Debi Godsey, along with marriage expert Dennis Rainey. The Godsey’s explain how God redeemed their failing marriage and why they started a ministry for inner-city kids.
Many marriages today are bombarded by hardships, like a ship in the midst of a storm. Is restoration possible for those failing relationships? On this broadcast, Dr. Dobson is joined by his friend, Dennis Rainey, and a couple who were miserable in an unhealthy relationship. They share the serious troubles that plagued their marriage for years and the hope they found in the loving arms of Jesus.
Is your relationship adultery proof? Have you established defenses around your marriage? On this edition, pastor and author Dr. David Jeremiah concludes his sermon on the threats and deceptiveness of adultery. He warns couples to take this issue seriously and set up realistic boundaries around their marriage.
Since the Garden of Eden, Satan has sought to destroy the institution of marriage. On this broadcast, well-known and respected pastor, Dr. David Jeremiah, talks about the prevalent and dangerous sin of infidelity. He identifies the origin of this immorality and the gradual ways adultery can enter a relationship.
If there is a way to curb federal overreach and return power back to the American people? On this edition, Dr. Dobson continues his discussion about the Convention of States project with former Senator Tom Coburn. They highlight the key issues this movement could solve and share their concerns about the rise of socialism in America.
In recent years, the U.S government has passed more progressive laws and continued to spend frivolously. On this broadcast, Dr. Dobson talks about a real solution to these growing issues with former Senator Tom Coburn. He addresses the fiscal irresponsibility of Washington, and why a Convention of States needs to be called.
How strong is your faith in the face of hardship? On this classic broadcast, hear a powerful testimony from missionary Steve Saint. He shares the well-known story of his missionary father, Nathan, who was killed by a native tribe in Ecuador. Steve explains how God burdened his heart for missions, ultimately leading him back to the same people who killed his dad.
One of the most effective ways churches can minister to the next generation is through the online community. On this special broadcast, Dr. Tim Clinton sits down with Nona Jones, leader of the Global Faith-Based Partnerships at Facebook. She shares how God brought her through an abusive childhood, and how she's using her position in social media to grow the online church and create digital disciples.
The 2016 Presidential Election was a pivotal win for many religious groups in America. On this edition, Dr. Dobson continues discussing a Christian's moral responsibility in politics, with Pastor Robert Jeffress from First Baptist Church. Pastor Jeffress defends his stance for choosing moral candidates for public office and shares the sharp criticism he has received over the years.
Roughly 7 out of 10 Americans are professing Christians, with the task of fighting for righteousness in this perverse culture. On this classic broadcast, Dr. Dobson talks about this responsibility with Pastor Robert Jeffress from First Baptist Church in Dallas. They look at the spread of immorality in society and explain why Christ followers can no longer sit on the sidelines.
A father's influence on a child's life can never be replaced. On this broadcast, you'll hear the remainder of comedian Dr. Dennis Swanberg's presentation dedicated to his dad. He shares his most treasured memories with his dad and explains how we can put our trust in our loving Father in Heaven.
This past weekend we honored the men who have guided and molded our lives. On this edition, we are continuing the Father's Day theme through an entertaining presentation from comedian Dr. Dennis Swanberg. He pays tribute to his dad by humorously recounting some of his favorite stories and most impactful lessons.
Scripture calls men to step up, and be responsible, godly leaders in their homes. On this episode, Dr. Dobson welcomes to the Family Talk studios, David Jeffers, author of the book Man Up!: What the Bible Says About Being a Man. David talks about the lessons God taught him through a tumultuous divorce and the painful loss of his son.
Is marrying for personal happiness such a bad idea? On this broadcast, Larry and Sue Wright share with Dr. Dobson how their own selfish motivations jeopardized their marriage. Learn how their marriage was saved and how the Lord restored a father's relationship with his daughter.
Many couples find the prospect of divorce a glaring and painful inevitability. On this episode, Larry Wright will share his testimony of how misplaced priorities and alcoholism left he and his wife teetering on the edge of divorce. Find out what ultimately saved their marriage and transformed their relationship.
The young boys caught in the middle of society's struggle with masculinity are being taught that godly manhood is wrong and toxic. On this edition, Dr. Tim Clinton discusses this growing issue with Mark Hancock, CEO of Trail Life USA. They address the effects of fatherlessness and the lasting influence a father has on his son. Learn what parents can do to quell society's harmful message for their kids.
Our Heavenly Father will lovingly, and sometimes forcefully, get our attention in order to bring us back to His plan. On this broadcast, Joshua Youssef, son of Pastor Michael Youssef, shares why he ran away from God. He also explains the dramatic event that drove him back to the feet of Jesus.
The thousands of men who died on D-Day must forever be remembered for their sacrifice. On this broadcast, Dr. Dobson concludes his conversation with retired Lt. General Jerry Boykin (Ret.), whose dad Cecil was injured in the battle at Normandy. General Boykin opens up about his father's post-war life, which included a decision to follow Jesus. Dr. Dobson and General Boykin also look at the significance of patriotism in the 21st century.
75 years ago today, thousands of brave soldiers stormed the northern coast of France to restore freedom to German occupied countries. On this reverent broadcast, Dr. Dobson sits down with retired Lt. General Jerry Boykin, whose father Cecil was part of the D-Day invasion. General Boykin talks about his dad’s injury during the battle, and why we must honor the men who sacrificed their lives.
The Allied assault on the beaches of Normandy in 1944 was a major turning point in World War II. Listen now as Dr. Dobson reads his June newsletter, focusing on the events of D-Day. He describes the horrific battle that claimed the lives of thousands of men and shares his own reflective experience when he walked those hallowed beaches.
Despite the many attacks on the 1st Amendment, there have been significant victories on the religious liberties front. On this edition, Dr. Dobson continues his interview with Kelly Shackelford from First Liberty Institute. Kelly identifies 3 key areas where religious freedoms are thriving in America and encourages every citizen to make their voices heard in their state.
A dangerous piece of legislation is making its way through Congress threatening religious liberty and true equality. On this broadcast, Dr. Dobson examines the proposed 'Equality Act' with attorney Kelly Shackelford from First Liberty Institute. Kelly and Dr. Dobson explain the current status of this bill and the destructive impact it will have on faith groups across America.
Scriptures commands us to take care of our bodies because we are 'temples of the Holy Spirit.' Listen as Dr. Dobson concludes his discussion on health and wellness with diet and fitness expert, Dr. Kenneth Cooper. Dr. Cooper explains the importance of vitamins and answers questions from the audience, and stresses the necessity of finding time to regularly exercise.
Many physical ailments that usually accompany old age can be avoided by a healthy lifestyle. On this classic broadcast, Dr. Dobson sits down with best-selling author and the "father of aerobics," Dr. Kenneth Cooper. He breaks down 3 factors that speed up the aging process and describes the lasting impact of wholesome diet and exercise.
A fervent and consistent prayer life should be important for every follower of Christ, and can bring radical change in our lives and those around us. On this edition, hear the remainder of Dr. David Platt's message from the 2019 National Day of Prayer. He unpacks specific ways we can reverently approach God in prayer and appeal to His Divine nature.
The book of James explains, 'the effective prayers of a righteous man accomplishes much.' This broadcast will focus on the impact of our prayers, through a compelling presentation from Dr. David Platt. He explains how we see various characteristics of God when we fervently pray like Moses did in Exodus 32.