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On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Tim Clinton and Greg Laurie continue their conversation about Greg’s new book, Billy Graham: The Man I Knew. As Rev. Graham’s ministry continued to grow, he saw a pressing need for his "crusades," and invited a young pastor, Greg Laurie, to write relevant sermon illustrations that Billy could use to reach a yo…
 
Like David, whom God plucked from obscurity as a lowly shepherd, Billy Graham was a country boy who grew up milking cows when the Lord chose him to preach the gospel and further His kingdom. Pastor Greg Laurie, author of Billy Graham: The Man I Knew, shares the story of how Billy Graham came to Christ and eventually became America’s best-known evan…
 
Is your family honoring God with its media choices? Bob Waliszewski, former director of PluggedIn.com, joins Dr. James Dobson to discuss what to look out for in today’s media culture. His experience revealed that children need the guidance of parents to make wise choices, especially when they’re faced with peer pressure and are tempted to consume m…
 
Are you an overwhelmed mom? Sarah Parshall Perry, author of Mommy Needs a Raise Because Quitting Is Not an Option can relate! In this Part 2 edition, she continues her candid and colorful conversation with host Dr. James Dobson. Despite having two sons with autism spectrum disorder and a strong-willed daughter, Sarah’s wildly unrealistic aspiration…
 
After establishing a successful career as an attorney, Sarah Parshall Perry and her husband had three children, two of whom are on the autism spectrum. Called by God to stay at home to raise her children, Sarah wondered whether simply ensuring that her kids were fed and dressed was all she could do. So, sporting the proverbial messy ponytail and di…
 
Dehumanization of a category of people always precedes injustice and violence, whether it was slaves in 19th century America, Jews during World War II, or preborn babies in the womb today. Lila Rose, author of Fighting for Life: Becoming a Force for Change in a Wounded World, calls on Christians to take a stand for the RE-humanization of these prec…
 
At the age of 15, Lila Rose founded Live Action, a pro-life ministry powerhouse known for its undercover exposés of Planned Parenthood abortion clinics. With nearly 3 million followers of Live Action on Facebook, the author of Fighting for Life: Becoming a Force for Change in a Wounded World reveals that she was inspired by her hero, author Corrie …
 
Mothers continue to be under-appreciated and undervalued in our culture. But when her husband is guilty of this himself, his wife can feel even more neglected, and this will often lead to depression. Rob and Dianne Parsons, co-authors of The 60 Minute Mother, underscore the importance of mothers being vulnerable with one another and admitting that …
 
90% of children from divorced homes suffer from an acute sense of shock. And one-third of kids fear abandonment by the remaining parent. Compounding this, 37% of children are even more unhappy five years after the divorce than they had been at 18 months. Time clearly doesn't heal all wounds. Dr. Arch Hart, author of Helping Children Survive Divorce…
 
While divorce is painful for the couple, it can haunt the children caught in the middle for a lifetime. Author of Helping Children Survive Divorce, Dr. Arch Hart, was traumatized at the age of 12 when his parents divorced. As a therapist, he first advises parents to be honest with their kids about why they’re divorcing. Second, parents should seek …
 
As Christians, we should be profoundly grateful for our spiritual freedom that came at the price of Christ’s blood. Similarly, as American citizens, we should be grateful each Memorial Day for our physical freedom which came at the price of American soldiers’ blood. Black Hawk Down hero Jeff Struecker, author of The Road to Unafraid, explains that …
 
When Jeff Struecker was a teen, he had a crippling fear of death. Thanks to the evangelistic outreach of a neighbor couple, he trusted Christ as Savior. He went on to become the Army's Top Ranger and a "Black Hawk Down" hero in Somalia. Despite the fact he thought he would die in Mogadishu, Somalia, the author of The Road to Unafraid experienced su…
 
Adultery is not only a sin against oneself and one’s family, but also against the church, the nation, and Almighty God Himself. The late Adrian Rogers, founder of the "Love Worth Finding" ministry, stresses this point and warns, "Don't sacrifice the eternal on the altar of the immediate." As Proverbs 6:32 proclaims, "A man who commits adultery has …
 
Today's TV sitcoms joke about marital infidelity. But the late Adrian Rogers of the "Love Worth Finding" ministry declares that sexual immorality is the last step on the way down to hell. He warns that if America doesn't experience a moral rebirth, we will join the graveyard of other nations. He quotes Pastor Kent Hughes who said, "The man who comm…
 
In Part 2 of "The Miracle of An Abortion Survivor," author Claire Culwell continues her inspirational account of miraculously surviving an abortion when her birth mother was only 13 years old. Claire forgave her birth mother, who came to faith in Christ. Years later, when Claire found herself pregnant out of wedlock, she again experienced the life-…
 
When Claire Culwell turned 21, she desired to meet her birth mother who had placed her up for adoption. Nothing could have prepared her for what she discovered. Her birth mother, Tonya, was only 13 at the time of her pregnancy, and Tonya’s mother had insisted that she get an abortion. However, the abortionist was unaware that Tonya was pregnant wit…
 
Do you feel empty and that your time is running out? That's how blind Bartimaeus felt in Mark 10:46. Yet when Jesus passed by him, the beggar shouted in faith, "Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on me! Rabbi, I want to see." Evangelist Franklin Graham points out that not only did Jesus miraculously restore this man's sight, but He forgave his sins, e…
 
While it's easy to understand what it means to be mentally intelligent, what does it take to be relationally intelligent? God wants us to thrive in our relationships. But sadly, because of sin, otherwise healthy relationships have become distorted between God and man, parent and child, and within peer groups. Guests John Trent and Dewey Wilson, co-…
 
Augustine once said, "Hearts are restless, O God, until we find our rest in Thee." Former Indianapolis Colts football coach Tony Dungy, author of Uncommon: Finding Your Path to Significance, explains that once a man chooses the uncommon path to be in a right relationship with God, he will stand up for godly values in the culture, cherish his wife, …
 
Teenagers are often desperate to fit in and to be accepted by the "in" crowd. That’s why sometimes they make bad decisions that lead to regret. Former Indianapolis Colts football coach Tony Dungy, author of Uncommon: Finding Your Path to Significance, points to the truth of Romans 12:2 ("Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transform…
 
Many people enter into toxic relationships, from friendships to dating, and even marriage. Often, they live in fear, feeling like they have to constantly perform to be accepted. Pastor Michael Todd, author of Relationship Goals: How to Win at Dating, Marriage, and Sex, reminds us that our Savior loves us so much that He paid the ultimate price to r…
 
Before God created Eve, He gave Adam His holy presence, an identity, and an assignment. God gave Adam these things so that he would not look for them in Eve. Pastor Michael Todd, author of Relationship Goals: How to Win at Dating, Marriage, and Sex, believes the reason so many relationships fail is because people enter into them with faulty expecta…
 
Just as 1 Corinthians 13 is known as the "love chapter," and Hebrews 11 is the "faith chapter," James 3 is called the "tongue chapter." This passage describes how a horse is controlled by the bit in its mouth; a ship by its rudder, and man is controlled by his tongue. Dr. James Dobson and guest R.T. Kendall, author of Controlling the Tongue, remind…
 
Couples who experience the pain and trauma of a miscarriage may at times wonder if God might be punishing them for some previous sin. In this Part 2 conversation, Dr. Walt and Barb Larimore, along with Russ and June Gordon—who between the four of them have suffered six miscarriages—remind us that God is with us and He cares. Psalm 34:18 says, "The …
 
When couples experience the profound sense of pain and loss from a miscarriage, well-intentioned family members and friends can say hurtful things. But Dr. Walt and Barb Larimore, along with Russ and June Gordon, who have suffered a total of six miscarriages between them, urge those who wish to console others to simply say, "I am so sorry! God care…
 
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, almost 50% of kids between the ages of 13 and 18 will have a diagnosable mental disorder in their lifetime. Sadly, most go undiagnosed and untreated. Dr. Matthew Stanford, author of Grace for the Children: Finding Hope in the Midst of Child and Adolescent Mental Illness, sits down with Dr. Tim C…
 
Psalm 139:23 says, "Search me, God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts and lead me in the way everlasting." Dr. Matthew Stanford, author of Grace for the Children, explains, "God not only knows children’s thoughts, but also their hearts. While He celebrates children’s joys, He also feels their pain and frustration." Whether you…
 
As a mother, do you ever feel you should have been more patient with your kids, or more loving toward your husband? Popular blogger Becky Thompson, author of Hope Unfolding: Grace-Filled Truth for the Momma's Heart, says it’s time to get off the carousel of guilt, and don’t let the Devil accuse you! God wants you to believe in your ability to be a …
 
Does it seem like your prayers are bouncing off the ceiling? United States Senate Chaplain Barry Black, author of Make Your Voice Heard in Heaven: How to Pray with Power, explains to Dr. James Dobson that believers must pray with purity. Isaiah 59 warns that "Your iniquities have separated you from your God; your sins have hidden His face from you,…
 
Prayer is the breath of the soul. That’s the contention of U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black, author of Make Your Voice Heard in Heaven: How to Pray with Power. In the Lord’s prayer, Jesus used the word "Abba" for His Heavenly Father, which means "Daddy." As people of faith, we are God's children, and because of His love, He is our greatest encourag…
 
On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson continues his conversation with Dr. Tim Clinton and Kelly Shackelford. Kelly Shackelford, president of First Liberty Institute, warns Dr. James Dobson that President Biden wants to "pack" the Supreme Court with four additional justices. If this were to happen, Shackelford says governmental "checks…
 
In this urgent broadcast, host Dr. James Dobson denounces the deceitfully-named "Equality Act" as evil. His guest, Kelly Shackelford of First Liberty Institute, asserts that this bill would annihilate religious liberty–our first freedom–and if we lose that, we'll lose all our freedoms. Thankfully, co-host Dr. Tim Clinton sees a popular uprising aga…
 
When Joe White spoke at the Ignite Men's Conference, he carried a massive cross on stage. Then he invited all the men in attendance, in their vulnerability and brokenness, to write their shameful sins onto index cards and bring them to the altar to be nailed to the cross. Romans 8:15 declares that God offers forgiveness and enables them to cry out,…
 
A 1967 diving accident in the Chesapeake Bay left Joni Eareckson a quadriplegic. As she pondered her recovery in a hospital bed, Joni clung to John 5, which recounts how Jesus healed the paralytic. Like the man at the pool of Bethesda, Joni did not want her Savior to pass her by. However, she came to realize that her salvation was, first and foremo…
 
Author Jan Harrison, whose 27-year-old son, James, died in 2010 on the mission field in Sudan, Africa, asks a profound question: How have you prepared for the inevitable storm clouds in your life? She urges Christians to become actively engaged in their relationship with Jesus through prayer, Bible study, and fellowship with believers.…
 
In 2010, Jan Harrison received the devastating news that her 27-year-old son, James, had died on the mission field in Sudan, Africa. In her darkest valley, Jan felt fortunate to be accompanied by her husband on their grief journey, but learned that she needed to lean on God to find comfort as she and her husband processed their grief very different…
 
Proverbs 17:22 says, "A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones." Christian comedian Chonda Pierce truly understands both the cheerful heart and the crushed spirit. She is one of the recording industry's best-selling female comedians. But she became clinically depressed after the death of her mother, along with the …
 
Best-selling Christian novelist Karen Kingsbury considers herself to be an evangelist who happens to write stories. Some of her readers call it "life-changing fiction." In fact, she's following in the footsteps of our Savior. When Jesus needed to plant a seed in our hearts, He told a story, which Scripture refers to as a parable. Not only are Karen…
 
If Jesus lived in your house, how would He bring your neighbors into the Kingdom of God? That’s a question posed by Lee Strobel, atheist-turned-Christian author of the best-selling The Case for Christ. First, Strobel assures that Jesus wouldn't only share His faith, He would show His faith. Acts of service can help soften our neighbors' hearts to t…
 
Lee Strobel, author of the best-selling The Case for Christ, describes several key considerations to keep in mind when sharing the gospel. Before Jesus spoke to His neighbors about their Heavenly Father, He would first lift them up in prayer. Therefore, prayer should be at the foundation of our efforts. Jesus was also always available for skeptics …
 
When pediatrician Dr. Jerry Kartzinel puts autistic children on a dairy and gluten-free diet, 75% of them respond dramatically—like a fog has lifted! He analogizes that these kids are like computers with a malfunctioning hard drive. Only after the "hard drive" has been repaired can "software" like speech and other therapies that are introduced show…
 
Mark and Jenny were concerned when their first-born child wouldn't make eye contact, walked on his tiptoes, and didn’t talk. At the age of three, he was diagnosed with autism, which sent Mark into a deep depression. He wondered if his son would ever graduate from high school or drive a car. In addition, having an autistic child became incredibly is…
 
If you were asked to identify yourself in one word, what would it be? Parent? Spouse? American? If you’ve accepted Christ as your Savior, then that one word should be "Christian." The late E.V. Hill, then-pastor of Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles, preached a powerful sermon at a 1992 Promise Keepers event in Boulder, Colorado. I…
 
A key component of a healthy marriage is the ability to humbly apologize. Unfortunately, few of us are very good at that. Dr. Gary Chapman, author of The Five Languages of Apology, asked thousands of people, "When someone is apologizing to you, what do you want to hear them say or do?" Top answers included: express regret, accept responsibility, ma…
 
Dr. Gary Chapman, author of the best-selling book, The Five Love Languages, talks about the importance of words of affirmation, quality time, acts of service, physical touch and gift-giving. He says that your spouse will feel truly loved when you emphasize his or her primary love language, and that parents need to determine their child’s love langu…
 
As an impressionable boy, Danny Silk witnessed his mother consecutively invite at least 30 men to live with them. Her poor example contributed to a crisis of confidence in his eventual marriage, as he came to believe that love and fear equally inhabit all relationships—but he learned one ultimately casts out the other.…
 
Raised by a passive single mom, Danny Silk learned to be passive as a young adult. His wife, Sheri, was raised with six brothers and became a dominant personality, learning to yell and get angry in order to be heard. It became a combustible mix for the first 12 years of the Silk's marriage. As with many couples, Danny had a deep need to be respecte…
 
For young children, love is spelled "T-I-M-E," so without a father in the home it can be traumatic. John Smithbaker, founder of "Fathers in the Field," experienced the forgiveness of Christ at the age of 40, and was empowered to forgive his earthly father for abandoning him as a child. His Christ-centered mentoring ministry urges the Church to play…
 
When John Smithbaker was born, his father had already abandoned the family and, tragically, had wanted John to be aborted. That "father wound" caused John to seek his self-worth in athletics and other ultimately empty pursuits. It’s an all-too-common story. But Smithbaker’s organization, "Fathers in the Field," is helping by finding Christian men t…
 
Jesus was the ultimate man's man, a rugged carpenter with calloused hands who drove the money changers out of the Temple with a whip! Yet, He also empowered women, which would have been seen by the men in His day as radical and countercultural. Dr. Tim Clinton and Max Davis, co-authors of Take It Back: Reclaiming Biblical Masculinity, talk about me…
 
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