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Family Talk with Dr. James Dobson Family Talk with Dr. James Dobson Family Talk is a Christian non-profit organization located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Founded in 2010 by Dr. James Dobson, the ministry promotes and teaches biblical principles that support marriage, family, and child-development. Since its inception, Family Talk has served millions of families with broadcasts, monthly newsletters, feature articles, videos, blogs, books and other resources available on demand via its website, mobile apps, and social media platforms. Programs

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    January 14, 2022 Breaking the Silence

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    Pastor Duane Miller was forced to take a sabbatical for three years when a virus damaged his vocal cords, prohibiting him from talking above a whisper. Throughout his illness, he felt as though someone’s hand was around his neck. On today’s edition of Family Talk, you will hear the moment when God restored Duane’s voice, which was captured in an audio recording of him teaching a Sunday School class. Ironically, he had just read Psalm 103:4-5 which says, God redeems your life from the pit and crowns you with love and compassion. After three years in the pit, God crowned Miller with compassion, prompting him to say three words with his revitalized voice: Thank you, Lord!


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    January 13, 2022 Mom Fog - II

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    As a mom, do you ever feel like you’re in a fog? Are you having difficulty completing thoughts or tasks? On today’s edition of Family Talk, Hannah Keeley discusses her book entitled Mom Fog: 8 Steps to Overcoming Mom Fatigue Syndrome. This mother of seven and licensed behavioral therapist urges moms to change their focus. Hannah believes that you should not blame your mess on your genes or your reactive tendencies. Cross-examine your negative thoughts by holding them up to the cross of Christ.


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    January 12, 2022 Mom Fog - I

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    Hannah Keeley, the mother of seven, was out of shape and deeply in debt. One night while cooking mac and cheese for her kids, the electric company cut her power off for lack of payment. But as Psalm 30 says, weeping may last for the night but joy comes in the morning. On today’s edition of Family Talk, the author of Mom Fog: 8 Steps to Overcoming Mom Fatigue Syndrome shares her miraculous turnaround after she made a decision to trust God and practice simple action steps with faith and discipline.


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    January 11, 2022 Shared Hope: Rescuing Children from Sex Trafficking

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    When Congresswoman Linda Smith traveled into the brothel district of Mumbai, India on a fact-finding mission, she was horrified by the brutal reality she encountered there. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Linda shares that she quit her political career to found Shared Hope International. Her goal? To help and heal those who have been exploited or are enslaved, and to assist people in identifying individuals in their communities who are trapped in the dark web of trafficking.


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    January 10, 2022 The Faith of Mike Pompeo

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    On today’s edition of Family Talk, former U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, a devout Christian and a man whose life has been defined by public service, shares the story of his conversion to Christ as a young cadet at West Point.Not surprisingly, Pompeo became a champion of religious liberty and, during his time at the State Department, he even helped to create the Unalienable Rights Commission concerning international human rights matters. In this exclusive one-on-one interview with Dr. Tim Clinton, Mike recalls that one of the highlights from his time as Secretary of State was negotiating the release of three Christians from North Korea in 2018. Secretary Pompeo reveals his distaste for the secular line of thinking that predominates today’s politics. Despite that reality, he is confident that we can once again restore the vision that America is a light on a hill.


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    January 7, 2022 From Poverty to Ph.D. - II

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    On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Carol Swain shares that she came to Christ in her late forties as a university professor. Clinging to Jeremiah 1:5 which says, Before I formed you in your mother's womb, I knew you, her new-found faith put her at odds with the liberal faculty and students. The author of Abduction: How Liberalism Steals Our Children's Hearts And Minds, Dr. Swain sounds an Amber Alert for the souls of America's youth.


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    January 6, 2022 From Poverty to Ph.D. - I

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    Growing up in a two-room shack in rural Virginia, Dr. Carol Swain lived without indoor plumbing and dropped out of school after eighth grade. Despite enduring a short-lived marriage at 16, the crib death of her daughter, and several suicide attempts, the Lord had a plan for her life. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Carol shares that she learned the answer to King David’s question of God found in Psalm 8:4 -- What is mankind that You are mindful of them? The Lord created Carol in His image, gifting her with inherent intelligence to earn her Ph.D. and become a national Christian thought leader.


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    January 5, 2022 March for Life

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    Despite the fact that our mainstream society has continually celebrated and lauded abortion as a normal part of life, there’s reason for hope! On today’s edition of Family Talk, Jeanne (JEAN-ee) Mancini, President of March for Life, says that 60% of Americans oppose taxpayer-funded abortions and the Supreme Court seems open to overturn Roe v Wade. Thankfully, Gen Z has become the pre-born baby’s biggest advocate. The 3D-sonogram pictures of these preborn children, created in the image of God have revealed their humanity. Indeed, the theme of this year’s March for Life, slated for January 21st, is Equality Begins in the Womb.


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    January 4, 2022 Screens and Teens - II

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    When one family committed to two tech-free days a week, their 8-year-old son was thrilled that his father had time to teach him how to play baseball. And his mother had time to bake cookies with him. The boy gushed, Our family is normal again. And I got my Daddy back! On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson talks with Dr. Kathy Koch (pronounced Cook), author of Screens and Teens: Connecting with Our Kids in a Wireless World on the ever evolving relationship between teenagers and screen time. Parents, if you want your teen to develop character and self-discipline, demonstrate that the smartphone is a tool, not a toy.


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    January 3, 2022 Screens and Teens - I

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    For many teens, their smartphones have become their best friend and safety blanket. According to research, 56% of teens associate the absence of their cell phone with at least one of these three emotions: loneliness, feeling upset or anxious. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Kathy Koch (pronounced Cook), author of Screens and Teens: Connecting with Our Kids in a Wireless World, urges parents to set reasonable limits for their children and to remember that it’s not their phone; it’s their parents’ phone. Insist on regular phone blackouts. Encourage your teen to engage with you, have a meaningful conversation inside the home, play board games, do a jigsaw puzzle, read a physical book, or shoot hoops with a sibling.


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    December 31, 2021 We’ve Never Been This Way Before

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    Like the Israelites on the edge of the Jordan River, it seems like we are all having to grapple with some of the most challenging moments in our lives, especially in these unprecedented days. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. R.T. Kendall discusses his book We’ve Never Been This Way Before: Trusting God in Unprecedented Times. He draws from Joshua 3:4, reminding us that we need unrivaled faith to navigate the waters of a pandemic, division, and cultural upheaval. When we plead with God for His guidance, He will provide strength and comfort.


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    December 30, 2021 Mysteries of the Messiah - II

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    If you’ve ever rung up too much on your credit card and could only afford to pay the minimum amount, then you’ve experienced firsthand the reason that Jews of the Old Testament felt compelled to offer regular sacrifices to God. On today’s Family Talk, Rabbi Jason Sobel, author of Mysteries of the Messiah, explains that the Jews continued to give sacrifices for atonement because they understood that they could never cover the full cost of their sin. But when Jesus died on the cross, He wiped the slate clean by paying all of our sin debts in full. Amazingly, He credits His righteousness to our account!


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    December 29, 2021 Mysteries of the Messiah - I

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    In Matthew 13:52, Jesus said, "Every teacher of the law who has become a disciple in the kingdom of Heaven is like the owner of a house who brings out of his storeroom new treasures as well as old." Sadly, many Christians fail to grasp the Old Testament foreshadowing of Christ. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Rabbi Jason Sobel, author of Mysteries of the Messiah, invites believers to stop settling for just half of our spiritual inheritance, because everything in the Old Testament ultimately points to Jesus.


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    December 28, 2021 Grandparents and Their Vital Role - II

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    Christian grandparents are the missing puzzle piece in the discipleship of their grandkids. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Larry Fowler, founder of the Legacy Coalition, urges grandparents to develop biblically-focused relationships with their grandchildren. Dr. Dobson noted, An inheritance is what you give someone, but a legacy is what you build in someone. Grandparents, what legacy are you placing in your grandchildren?


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    December 27, 2021 Grandparents and Their Vital Role - I

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    According to research, 3 out of 4 Christian grandparents take on a cultural view of grandparenting rather than a biblical view. When Larry Fowler asked a group of people at a conference how many of them had ever heard a sermon on grandparenting, only three raised their hands. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson sits down with Larry Fowler, founder of the Legacy Coalition, to discuss the great need for grandparents to be involved in their grandchildren’s lives. The most important thing a grandparent can do is live out his or her spiritual walk and testimony. In a rapidly changing society, grandparents are essential!


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    December 24, 2021 Holiday Traditions: Dr. Dobson and Dr. Clinton Share Their Favorite Christmas Memories

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    On today’s Christmas Eve edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson and co-host Dr. Tim Clinton share cherished Christmas memories. Dr. Tim Clinton recalls how touched neighbors were when their family rang the doorbell, sang Christmas carols, and delivered fruit baskets on Christmas Eve, while Dr. Dobson remembers how inviting a widow from church, Mamie, was the highlight of the Dobson’s Christmas Eve celebration one special year. She spent hours sharing photo albums and treasured memories of her time with her late husband, with whom she served as missionary in the Virgin Islands.In the midst of all the festivities, don’t lose sight of reaching out to others in the name of Christ to bless them.


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    December 23, 2021 Delayed Delivery: A Christmas Story read by Dr. Dobson

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    Seven days before Christmas, on a cold, snowy late afternoon, a widow named Stella received a surprise delivery. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson reads a story from his book entitled A Family Christmas. Snuggle up with a blanket and listen to this heartwarming tale about love, loss, and hope, read by the familiar, comforting voice of Family Talk’s host and founder. Christmas should to be full of joy and wonder, no matter how old you are.


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    December 22, 2021 Live to Forgive: A Family Story of Pain and Redemption

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    Jason Romano always had a passion for sports, an interest he shared with his father and grandfather. He turned that passion into a dream career at ESPN, producing SportsCenter and Monday Night Football. But sadly, Jason couldn’t always share his love of the game with his father, whose alcoholism was a constant source of anguish and shame for the entire family. On today’s edition of Family Talk, the author of Live to Forgive says the four steps toward forgiveness are to feel the pain, evaluate the trauma, transform the wound, and forgive the abuser. In the book of Matthew, chapter 18, Jesus commands us to forgive. If we don’t, we hurt ourselves more than our offender.


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    December 21, 2021 Plugged In: Teaching Your Children to Be Media Savvy

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    Is your family honoring God with their media choices? Bob Waliszewski, former director of PluggedIn.com for over twenty-seven years, joins Dr. James Dobson to discuss what to look out for with today’s movies, TV programs, video games and more. His experience reveals that parents can’t realistically hope their kids will make wise choices on their own when they’re faced with peer pressure and tempted to consume media that celebrates worldly, sinful behavior.


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    December 20, 2021 Reignite: How to Bring Joy Back into Your Life for Enduring Faith

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    Twelve years ago, when doctors told Pastor Jack Graham that they might not have removed all of his prostate cancer, he sank into a dark night of depression. Graham, the author of Reignite: Fresh Focus for an Enduring Faith, shares that he felt then as if he’d been hit by a Mack truck and left in a ditch. Citing Moses and Elijah, as well as Lincoln and Churchill, all of whom battled depression, Graham explains that the key to finding your way through darkness is to saturate your mind with the truth of Scripture.


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    December 17, 2021 Children at Risk: An Update with Gary Bauer - II

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    In their 1990 best-seller, Children at Risk, Dr. James Dobson and Gary Bauer, President of American Values, warned readers that there was a civil war of values being waged, and a generation of children was the prize to be awarded to the victor. Thirty-one years later, the battle for the hearts and minds of our children has only intensified. On today’s edition of Family Talk, hear these two family advocates discuss how we can still win this fight.


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    December 16, 2021 Children at Risk: An Update with Gary Bauer - I

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    Abraham Lincoln once said, The philosophy of the classroom in one generation is the philosophy of the government in the next. Sadly, in light of the godless curriculum that is being taught in public schools and universities, only 6% of millennials have a biblical worldview. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson and Gary Bauer, President of American Values, revisit their 1990 best-seller Children at Risk, and discuss how its content was a prophetic message to our society, even today. The question is raised, How can America be preserved if a rising generation is rejecting the very idea that there is a God who was the author of our liberty?


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    December 15, 2021 You’re Not Enough (And That’s Okay)

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    Today’s young women have been deceived. They’ve been told, especially by social media influencers, that the key to happiness is self-love. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Allie B. Stuckey (pronounced Stuck-y), author of You’re Not Enough (And That’s Okay), reveals that her time buying into the lie of self-empowerment left her battling anorexia, bulimia, and shame. Once you exchange the god of self for the God of Scripture, you’ll experience a Heaven-sent sacrificial love that will remove narcissism.


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    December 14, 2021 American Marxism - II

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    On today’s edition of Family Talk, Mark Levin, author of American Marxism, describes the stark differences between Marxism and our founding fathers’ vision for America: repression vs. engagement; compliance vs. speech; conformity vs. independence; and subjugation vs. liberty. These are not mere policy disputes, and consequently, the individual, the nuclear family, and our Judeo-Christian heritage are in the crosshairs. We’re long overdue for patriots to speak out.


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    December 13, 2021 American Marxism - I

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    The reach of Marxist ideology has spread into our country’s education system and its corporations, media and government. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Mark Levin, author of American Marxism, tells Dr. James Dobson that this God-hating, individual-despising worldview is often cloaked in deceptive labels such as progressivism. In addition to advocating for homeschooling and school choice, Levin warns parents against sending children to colleges that indoctrinate them to hate America and its precious Judeo-Christian heritage.


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    December 10, 2021 Revival Rising - II

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    Through the unconditional love of a horse and the mercy of God, Kim Meeder’s hope was restored after tragically losing her parents at the tender age of nine. On today’s edition of Family Talk, learn how Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch in Oregon pairs rescued horses with thousands of hurting kids for the glory of Christ. Listen to the emotional story of how God used Kim to save a drowning man, as she reminds us of the importance of sharing Christ with unbelievers before they perish spiritually.


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    December 9, 2021 Revival Rising - I

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    At 9 years of age, Kim Meeder tragically became an orphan in the blink of an eye. On today’s edition of Family Talk, discover how she found indescribable solace in the presence of her new horse and learned that God loves her unconditionally. As an adult, God led Kim to replicate the Christian healing she experienced by founding Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch in Bend, Oregon, where she pairs rescued horses with broken children.


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    December 8, 2021 Absolute Truth for Our Times

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    The late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia said, We're seeing our country being disassembled. From the culture calling good evil and evil good, to the continuous denial of God by many in leadership, it can be hard to bear for Christians who love this country. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Congresswoman Michele Bachmann explains that America, like Israel in Isaiah chapter 22, is being punished for rejecting God. We need to follow King Josiah’s example found in Second Kings 22, when he rediscovered God’s Word and urged the nation to repent. This could be the greatest moment for America as we herald the second coming of the Messiah.


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    December 7, 2021 The Jesus Who Surprises - II

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    When Jesus walked this earth, He was full of surprises. Remember when He surprised Cleopas and his friend who were grieving His death on the road to Emmaus? On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dee Brestin, the author of The Jesus Who Surprises: Opening Our Eyes to His Presence in All of Life and Scripture, says that sometimes our troubles can blind us to the fact that Jesus is just three feet away.


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    December 6, 2021 The Jesus Who Surprises - I

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    When Dee Brestin was grieving the death of her husband of 39 years and feeling abandoned, she was reminded of the moment when she was attempting to nurse her colicky baby son. After kicking and crying for 10 minutes, he finally calmed down and latched on. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dee says that, like the colicky baby, there’s no reason for us to throw a fit. God is with us.


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    December 3, 2021 Christianity and Wokeness: How the Social Justice Movement is Hijacking the Gospel - II

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    Wokeness is a modern-day heresy which is incompatible with Christianity, according to theologian Dr. Owen Strachan, author of Christianity and Wokeness: How the Social Justice Movement Is Hijacking the Gospel. While its divisive rhetoric employs some biblical vocabulary and concepts, it is indeed an alternative religion, both in its methods and outcome. A potent blend of racism, moral relativism, and grievance, wokeness undermines the unifying work of the Holy Spirit. It is, therefore, anti-gospel, and Dr. Strachan offers a strategy to oppose it.


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    December 2, 2021 Christianity and Wokeness: How the Social Justice Movement is Hijacking the Gospel - I

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    Theologian Dr. Owen Strachan joins Dr. James Dobson to discuss Critical Race Theory (CRT) and how it does not align with Christian beliefs. They discuss Dr. Strachan’s new book, Christianity and Wokeness: How the Social Justice Movement is Hijacking the Gospel, and peel back the layers of this misguided movement, its origins, and how the Bible contradicts it by teaching that we are all one family in God’s Kingdom.


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    December 1, 2021 Let’s Talk: Conversation Starters for Dads & Daughters

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    Many teenage girls and women wish they had a better relationship with their dads. But fathers are often hesitant to talk with their daughters about things that really matter, as if they’d rather do nothing at all than do it wrong. Dr. Michelle Watson Canfield, author of Let’s Talk: Conversation Starters for Dads and Daughters, shares with co-host Dr. Tim Clinton about how dads can begin to have meaningful conversations with their daughters. Girls tend to figure things out and feel valued as they can talk it through. Dr. Watson Canfield provides easy ways for dads to facilitate discussion and dive into their daughters’ struggles, hurts, fears, and hopes.


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    November 30, 2021 The Latest on Court Cases Impacting Our Religious Freedom - II

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    On today’s edition of Family Talk, Kelly Shackelford, President of First Liberty Institute, sounds the alarm on court packing, which is one party loading the judiciary with justices whom they think will side with their agenda. If the judiciary simply rubber-stamps the whims of the legislative branch, America will inevitably plummet toward communism. Find out how to get involved and defend your religious rights before it is too late.


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    November 29, 2021 The Latest on Court Cases Impacting Our Religious Freedom - I

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    Religious liberty has been at the heart of many judicial cases in recent years, both at the state level and in the federal judiciary. That trend came front and center in 2021. On today’s edition of Family Talk, attorney Kelly Shackelford, President of First Liberty Institute, shares the latest examples of his organization fighting for the rights and beliefs of churches during the COVID pandemic and beyond. If those who are hoping to remove religion from the public square are able to remove our first freedom, all our rights are in jeopardy!


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    November 26, 2021 A Biblical Template for Judgment: The Shaking of Nations

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    Before ancient Israel met its final judgment, God sent prophetic signs to warn the Jewish people to return to their Creator. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Messianic Rabbi Jonathan Cahn, author of The Harbinger, declares that the Lord is using the identical template of harbingers on American soil, calling us to return to Him in repentance. Beginning with 9/11 to the redefinition of marriage and the emergence of COVID-19, God is shaking us to our core. Will we ever repent? Now, while in a breath-taking freefall, we’ve not only called evil good, but the culture delights in cancelling God's people.


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    November 25, 2021 Welcome to Our Table

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    Sadly, the art of hospitality is mostly lost in today’s busy world. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson invites his wife and daughter into the studio to discuss the finer points of gracious hosting. Shirley and Danae Dobson, co-authors of Welcome to Our Table, discuss the importance of hospitality and breaking bread together. They point to Romans 12:13, which says, Share with the Lord’s people who are in need. Practice hospitality. As you open your home and heart over a home-cooked meal, you are extending the love and comfort of your family which might even change a life. Whether it’s on Thanksgiving Day or just a typical Friday, your guests will experience God’s love through you. Thankfully, fancy silverware is not required.


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    November 24, 2021 An Attitude of Gratitude

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    For a Christian, Thanksgiving should be a lot more than just food, family, and football. On today’s special edition of Family Talk, Pastor Chuck Swindoll, in a timeless sermon on the topic gratitude, reflects on Psalm 103, in which King David thanks God for pardoning his sin, redeeming his life from the pit, and crowning him with love and compassion. The hymn It Is Well with My Soul reveals why we are so grateful. My sin, not in part but the whole; Is nailed to the cross, and I bear it no more; Praise the Lord, praise the Lord, O my soul! That’s true redemption indeed!


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    November 23, 2021 Rise Up: The Dalton Risner Story - II

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    When Kansas State All-American offensive lineman Dalton Risner was asked by a prospective NFL team what his priorities would be as a professional football player, he responded, Jesus Christ, family, and football, in that order. On today’s edition of Family Talk, the star athlete, who has found a home with the Denver Broncos, says that he puts his faith over fear. He even has some of his favorite Bible verses tattooed on his arms, including Psalm 37:5, which says, Commit your way to the Lord. Risner’s desire is to use the NFL platform to spread God’s Word through love and kindness.


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    November 22, 2021 Rise Up: The Dalton Risner Story - I

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    At six feet, five inches tall and weighing 300 plus pounds, there’s a reason why Denver Broncos offensive lineman Dalton Risner is called Moose. On today’s edition of Family Talk, listeners will get a sneak peek into the self-discipline that enabled this 26-year-old Christian to make it in the NFL. His life verse is First Peter 4:10, Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace. The author of an inspirational children’s book entitled Rise Up, Dalton credits Jesus, along with his college coach, and his tough-as-nails dad for his success.


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    November 19, 2021 The Joys and Challenges of Adoption - II

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    Did you know that every year, over 20,000 youth between the ages of 18 and 21 leave the foster care system without finding a forever home? Sadly, there are more than 400,000 kids in foster care in the U.S., waiting to find a family. On today’s edition ofFamily Talk, Dr. Dobson sits down with Billy Jack and Anne Barrett, as well as J.R. and Reyna Keller, who tell how God has honored their sacrificial willingness to open their homes. Reyna shared that when she asked hersixteen-year-oldson about what he’s learned while adjusting to a new younger sibling, he replied, Love is a choice and an action. Indeed, it takes years of unconditional, Christ-like love for these wounded foster care kids to move forward from their painful pasts.


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    November 18, 2021 The Joys and Challenges of Adoption - I

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    Adoption is not always as seamless and picture-perfect as it's portrayed in a Hollywood movie. Especially if parents are adopting older foster care kids, many of whom have suffered trauma in their past. On today’s classic edition ofFamily Talk, Dr. James Dobson speaks with Billy Jack and Anne Barrett, who candidly share about the challenges they experienced adopting five foster kids. Despite the difficulty of following God’s calling, Anne declares, I would rather have the scars on my heart, healed by Christ, than no scars at all!


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    November 17, 2021 Thriving as a Blended Family - II

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    The dynamics of being a stepparent can be tricky.A new stepdad or stepmom in the home can often be a reminder that a child’s biological mom or dad is absent. On today’sFamilyTalk, Ron Deal, author of the best-sellingbook,The SmartStepfamily, explains that there are two keys to successful step-parenting. First, connect with the child to let him know you are understanding of his emotions concerning the turmoil. Second, do not attempt to erase and replace the biological parent. Like God, wholovingly and patiently pursues all of us, stepparents should do the same with their stepchildren.


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    November 16, 2021 Thriving as a Blended Family - I

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    Did you know that 40% of parents raising children under the age of 18 are members of stepfamilies? Some might even say the non-traditional family is the new traditional family. On today’s edition ofFamilyTalk, Ron Deal, author ofPreparing to Blend: The Couple’s Guide to Becoming A Smart Stepfamily, contends that combining families does not have to be like oil and water. He encourages parents to be empathetic with theirstep kids.


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    November 15, 2021 Faith Before Politics

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    When Ronald Reagan campaigned for President of the United States, he said, I believe this country hungers and thirsts for a spiritual revival. Nothing could be more accurate today. On today’s edition ofFamily Talk, guest speaker Bob Vander Plaats, President of the Iowa-based public policy organization, The Family Leader, urges citizens to engage the Body of Christ and anchor it with prayer. Bob encourages pastors to be boldly biblical and culturally relevant from the pulpit. Only then, as Hebrews 2:1 teaches us, will the church and its people be empowered to stand firm in their knowledge of truth and boldly proclaim it.


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    November 12, 2021 Focus on the Future: The Importance of the Family

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    America is a wounded nation. On one hand, we’ve endured a year unlike any other with the pandemic, the ensuing shutdowns, and racial tension. On the other, the skyrocketing rates of fatherlessness, divorce, and anxiety leave us desperate for answers. On today’s Family Talk, Dr. Tim Clinton, author of Focus on the Future, gives his prescription for a bold tomorrow. His advice? Your family, faith and voice matter now more than ever. The future is bright, the victories are destined, and great things await the faithful who prepare. Dr. Clinton encourages everyone to practice their faith in public and model Christ-like behavior in and outside the home.


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    November 11, 2021 One on One with Bill Gaither - II

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    Gospel music pioneer Bill Gaither has been recognized with many accolades, including his induction into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame. He has also been awarded over 100 gold and platinum records, plus eight Grammys. However, on today’s edition of Family Talk, this former English teacher reveals to Dr. James Dobson that his passion is to teach the next generation some key lessons. He just happens to do it through music and storytelling. His words of wisdom to Dr. Dobson include: be generous; act responsibly; have compassion; make memories; encourage others; and, most of all, love God.


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    November 10, 2021 One on One with Bill Gaither - I

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    Music. It’s an art form and an instrument of expression that has been used throughout the ages to release praise, share deep emotions, and heal the soul. It affects everyone differently but is consistently influential. On today’s special program, Dr. James Dobson visits with gospel music legend Bill Gaither about what inspired him to write over 700 worship songs, including Because He Lives, The King Is Coming, and He Touched Me.


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    November 9, 2021 Domestic Violence and the Trauma in Its Wake - II

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    When a military veteran grapples with post-traumatic stress disorder, we empathize. But do we feel the same for the person who endures PTSD as a result of domestic violence or physical abuse? On today’s Family Talk, Dr. Shannae (SHAWN-ay) Anderson explains that, similar to Joseph, whom we learned from Scripture was thrown into a pit and sold into slavery, our past experiences shape who we are. Dr. Anderson encourages listeners that what Satan means for evil, God can redeem for your good. Through Christian counseling, the Lord can heal your emotional trauma.


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    November 8, 2021 Domestic Violence and the Trauma in Its Wake - I

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    Tragically, during the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a noted increase in domestic violence in the U.S. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Tim Clinton and clinical psychologist, Dr. Shannae (SHAWN-ay) Anderson reveal that the ongoing isolation has compounded spousal abuse. In order to survive, victims often experience dissociation, in which the mind essentially separates from the body. The helplessness and powerlessness that the victim feels at the hands of their abuser is often unspeakable terror. Dr. Anderson reveals the means necessary for a survivor to regain their voice and feel safe again.


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    November 5, 2021 The Family Doctor Speaks: The Truth about Life - II

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    Today, some pro-life advocates believe that abortion is okay if the woman has been victimized by rape or incest. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Robert Jackson, Jr., author of The Family Doctor Speaks: The Truth About Life, declares that it is morally wrong to kill an unborn child for the misdeed of one of the parents. Unborn children are all created in the image of God! Dr. Jackson’s wife, Carlotta, joins the conversation and shares how their two special-needs children teach them how to be more like Christ.


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    November 4, 2021 The Family Doctor Speaks: The Truth about Life - I

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    While Dr. Robert Jackson, Jr. was a second-year medical resident, he was asked to administer a drug to induce premature labor for a woman who was carrying aspecial needs baby in order to abort the pregnancy. He refused, but another doctor did so, prompting the woman to deliver a 22-week-old infant. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Jackson recounts that the patient’s little baby, born alive, was wrapped in a cold, wet towel, and abandoned to die in a metal basin. Since that horrific moment, Dr. Jackson has been a passionate and staunch pro-life defender of the child in the womb.


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    November 3, 2021 America's Porndemic - II

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    Perhaps you yourself, or someone you know are one of the 40 million Americans who regularly visit Internet porn sites. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Jim Cress, a certified sex addiction therapist, explains to Dr. Tim Clinton that while viewing porn, you’re short circuiting the God-designed pleasurable reactions in your body that were intended to bond you to your spouse. Instead, you’re bonding to an illusion. But, there is hope! Galatians 5:1 says, It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery. By confessing your sin and through much prayer, you can be ridof this addiction. In some situations, professional counseling is required and is ministered with successful results. People can and do get their lives back and are freed of the sinful shackles that bind!


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    November 2, 2021 America's Porndemic - I

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    Did you know that 68% of church-going men view porn on a regular basis and that more than half of American divorces involve a spouse’s use of pornography? On today’s edition of Family Talk, Jim Cress, a certified sex addiction therapist, explains that porn is crack cocaine to the soul. When people are bored or stressed, they self-medicate with pornography and its instant rush of pleasure, but often feel shame afterwards. In 2 Corinthians 10:4, the Apostle Paul urges us to demolish strongholds through divine power. That includes the stronghold of porn.


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    November 1, 2021 Running to Win

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    Weighing a mere 144 pounds and standing 5 feet, 9 inches, Mark Anderson began his track field career at the age of 16. Despite the tragic suicide of his father and the physical abuse he endured from his stepfather, he went on to becomethe U.S. #1 ranked decathlete, and was America’s gold-medal hope for the 1984 Summer Olympics.On today’s classic edition ofFamily Talk, Mark shares about his $2,000-a-day cocaine habit, born out of pride and emotional pain, and how Jesus pulled him out of addiction and into a new life in Him.


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    October 29, 2021 The Vulnerability of Girls: Protecting the Ones We Love - II

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    Not only was sex God’s idea, but He designed it to help bond the husband and wife for a lifetime. Tragically, today’s mainstream media presents it as the moral equivalent of sharing a cup of coffee. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson sits down with Drs. Joe McIlhaney and Freda McKissic-Bush to discuss their book, Girls Uncovered: New Research on What America's Sexual Culture Does to Young Women. They identify the lies of safe sex, and the fallacy that abortion is a woman’s choice. They go on to offer hope and a path to healing for those who have fallen into these traps of deception.


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    October 28, 2021 The Vulnerability of Girls: Protecting the Ones We Love - I

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    Sadly, too many women believe the lie that they can have pre-marital sex without consequences. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Drs. Joe McIlhaney and Freda McKissic-Bush declare that our Western culture is the first society in history that has entirely abandoned the biblical role of protecting the sexuality of its young women. We are leaving girls and young women uncovered and unprotected before all of the evil forces that surround them. The result? Unplanned pregnancies, a recordnumber of sexually transmitted infections, and spiritually wayward adults. Our guests explain the harms of cohabitation, the threats of sexually transmitted infections, and why culture has normalized promiscuity.


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    October 27, 2021 She is Yours

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    As Christian parents, we have two primary responsibilities. The first is to evangelize our kids, revealing God’s character through word and deed. The second, as our children’s stewards, is to prayerfully release them back to the Lord. On today’s program, Dr. James Dobson presents one of his favorite interviews from the Family Talk archives, a conversation he had with Jonathan and Wynter Pitts, just one year before Wynter’s sudden passing. Together they examine the Pitts’ book, She is Yours, which encourages moms and dads to breathe a sigh of relief because God is in control of their daughters’ lives. Abba is the one Who protects them, and He is the one Who will guide their future.


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    October 26, 2021 Life Without Limbs - II

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    Because Nick Vujicic was born without arms or legs, he often struggled about his purpose in life. On today’s edition of Family Talk, the author of Life Without Limits, echoes the Apostle Paul who wrote I have learned to be content whatever the circumstances. The married 38-year-old evangelist with four children came to Christ at age 15, after depression and a suicide attempt. Nick proclaims, When you don't get a miracle, you can still be a miracle for someone else.


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    October 25, 2021 Life Without Limbs - I

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    Have you ever felt as though your prayers were bouncing off the ceiling? On today’s edition of Family Talk, Nick Vujicic (VOO-yi-chich), author of Life Without Limits, can totally relate! After he was born without arms or legs, he begged God for a miracle so he could look like every other boy. His depression led to a suicide attempt at age 10. But, as a teen, the Lord revealed to Nick through John 9:3, that he was born this way, so that the works of God might be displayed in him. Indeed, the 38-year-old evangelist has led one million people to Christ since 2005!


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    October 22, 2021 Crisis Point: Youth Suicide – Addressing Our Kids Mental Well-Being - II

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    Suicide is always a permanent solution to a temporary problem. As teens try to navigate their way through the emotional struggles that often come with adolescence, the option of ending it all might seem attractive. On today’s Family Talk, Dr. Tim Clinton and Jennifer Cisney-Ellers, a professional counselor and crisis response trainer, urge moms and dads to listen attentively to their children. Parents, don’t hesitate to ask, Are you thinking about hurting yourself? Contrary to the old wives’ tale that discussing suicide triggers the act, talking about it actually saves lives.


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    October 21, 2021 Crisis Point: Youth Suicide – Addressing Our Kids Mental Well-Being - I

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    Between mask mandates and social distancing, the CDC claims the COVID pandemic has led to a dramatic increase in adolescent suicide attempts. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Tim Clinton and Jennifer Cisney- Ellers, a professional counselor and crisis response trainer, explain that due to the pandemic, many youths experienced tremendous loss of experiences and opportunities they will never get back. Dr. Clinton and Cisney-Ellers urge Christian parents to be attuned to their teens’ mental and emotional well-being, and watch out for emotional disconnect. If needed, parents can also consider strategies such as home education and limited use of smartphones and social media.


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    October 20, 2021 Preventing Teen Suicide: Kids in Crisis

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    For various reasons, adolescence can be emotionally difficult for teenagers. Lack of self-worth can sometimes lead to the tragedy of suicide. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson and Dr. Tim Clinton, president of the American Association of Christian Counselors, alert parents to the warning signs in their teens’ behavior and recommend how best to respond. The key is to connect; talk with your son or daughter,communicate your unconditional love and get the help that he or she needs.


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    October 19, 2021 Sexuality and Singles - II

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    In today's culture, people mock the idea of abstinence. If you spend five minutes watching television or reading through some of the lyrics to the nation's most popular songs, you will find that many actors and artists place little value on purity and instead promote promiscuity. On today’s edition of Family Talk, the late Elisabeth Elliot emphasizes the value ofpurity, and explains why she has made it part of her life's mission to help other people see the beauty of God's design for sexuality.


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    October 18, 2021 Sexuality and Singles - I

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    On today’s edition of Family Talk, the late Elisabeth Elliot, author of Passion and Purity, claims that too many self-professing Christian singles are having premarital sex. While they profess Jesus to be their Savior, they have rejected the authority of His Lordship. Despite the fact that First Corinthians 6:18 says, Flee sexual immorality, some Christian singles feel it's optional whether they obey or not. Elliot insists that if you want to be Christ’s disciple, then you must give up your rights, take up your cross, and follow Him.


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    October 15, 2021 Be Anxious for Nothing: The Anxiety Reset

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    Did you know that, according to the American Psychological Association, 25% of Americans experienced an anxiety disorder over the past year? On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Tim Clinton and Dr. Gregory Jantz, author of The Anxiety Reset, analyze the avenues of anxiety and its treatment. 2 Timothy 1:7 says, For God has not given us aspirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind. Dr. Jantz poses the question, What do I need to do today to build that sound mind?


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    October 14, 2021 Biblical Romance: Sharing Body and Soul - II

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    On today’s edition of Family Talk, Pastor Tommy Nelson continues his sermon on biblical romance from the Song of Solomon. In chapter two, verse fifteen, he explains that the reference to the little foxes that spoil the vineyard is a warning about potential problems that could damage a courtship. Preventative measures to protect the relationship include listening attentively, resolving conflicts, avoiding premarital sex, and forgiving the other person like God forgives us.


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    October 13, 2021 Biblical Romance: The Design for Intimacy - I

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    Sadly, today’s dating scene is characterized by confusion and heartbreak. A culture of immoral behavior and hooking up has become the norm. But did you know that the Bible gives insightful advice on the topic of falling in love, courtship, and finding a spouse? On today’s edition of Family Talk, Pastor Tommy Nelson of Denton Bible Church in Denton, TX offers lessons in biblical romance from the Song of Solomon. He underscores the importance of dating as the Lord intended when seeking a spouse.


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    October 12, 2021 Let’s Talk about What’s Right with America - II

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    On today’s Family Talk, former U.S. Congressman Bob McEwen joins Dr. Dobson in-studio to discuss what is right about America today. In a time of deep wounds and division within our culture, McEwen exhorts Americans, especially Christians, to be aware of our unique place in history. As President John Adams stated, Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other. A passionate advocate for homeschooling, McEwen underscores the importance of teaching our kids to fear God, love America, and honor their parents. Only then can we preserve this last and greatest hope on earth. United we stand; divided we fall.


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    October 11, 2021 Let’s Talk about What’s Right with America - I

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    On today’s edition of Family Talk, former U.S. Congressman and Dobson Institute advisory board member Bob McEwen declares that there were two great events in world history. First, Jesus Christ made the ultimate sacrifice by dying on the cross for our sins. And second, on July 4, 1776, America was born as an independent nation. Despite the obvious lines of division that exist in our country today, we must remain faithful to the principles that built this great nation. It was founded in liberty and has become a lighthouse to the world for the gospel and for truth.


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    October 8, 2021 An Honest Conversation about Breast Cancer Awareness

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    In December 2020, Shaunti Feldhahn was diagnosed with stage one breast cancer. Having just written a 60-day devotional entitled Find Joy, she learned the importance of personally practicing gratitude. On today’s Family Talk, Shaunti explains when she was gripped by raw fear over yet another biopsy, she thanked God for the advance of medicine. She was also genuinely grateful for and energized by the presence of her friends who reached out. Shaunti’s trial affirmed God’s goodness and faithfulness in her life.


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    October 7, 2021 Love Like You’ve Never Been Hurt – Hope, Healing and the Power of an Open Heart - II

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    When Pastor Jentezen (pronounced JEN-sen) Franklin’s eldest daughter eloped, he felt in his flesh that, the wrath of man would produce the righteousness of God. But it never does! On today’s edition of Family Talk, the author of Love Like You’ve Never Been Hurt urges us to love like Christ. Whether your adult child has rejected your values or you’ve been betrayed by a friend, it is never lowering your standards to love them. Like the Prodigal Son’s father exemplified, love will never fail.


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    October 6, 2021 Love Like You’ve Never Been Hurt – Hope, Healing and the Power of an Open Heart - I

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    Jentezen (pronounced JEN-sen) Franklin, a preacher's kid, went down the wrong path in high school like so many youngsters do. After hearing a sermon from a Trinidad missionary, he started his adult walk with the Lord. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Dobson and Franklin, a pastor in Gainesville, Georgia, discuss the power that God’s love has to transform hearts, heal brokenness in the face of crisis, and bring restoration.


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    October 5, 2021 Helping Your Child Develop a Healthy Self-Esteem - II

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    Does your son or daughter have low self-esteem? Would you recognize what it looks like? On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Gary Sibcy, a clinical psychologist, warns that a teen’s emotional pain can lead to sleeplessness, irritability, and social isolation. Parents need to remember that kids spell love, T-I-M-E. It is important to invest just 15 minutes a day in your relationship with each of your children by doing something they enjoy.


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    October 4, 2021 Helping Your Child Develop a Healthy Self-Esteem - I

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    On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Tim Clinton interviews Dr. Gary Sibcy. The two urge parents to help their children develop a healthy self-esteem by showing them how to manage the childhood stresses of teasing, peer pressure, and rejection as they grow up. As you lovingly encourage your kids to rely on Christ, they can develop a sound, true view of God and themselves.


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    October 1, 2021 Becoming the Couple You Long to Be - II

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    As children, we often listened to fairy tales in which it was Prince Charming’s job to sweep the heroine off her feet and live happily ever after. But what happens if the prince fails? On today’s edition of Family Talk, Rhonda Stoppe (pronounced STOP-ee), Christian author of The Marriage Mentor, says the key to a successful marriage is to find your worth in Christ first. Our prayer should echo Psalm 139. Search me, O God, and know my heart. Know my anxious thoughts and see if there's any wicked way in me.


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    September 30, 2021 Becoming the Couple You Long to Be - I

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    Ecclesiastes 9:9 says, Enjoy life with your wife, whom you love, all the days of your life. That’s easier said than done! On today’s edition of Family Talk, Rhonda Stoppe (pronounced STOP-ee), Christian author of The Marriage Mentor: Becoming the Couple You Long to Be, explains how things can go wrong. For example, unmet expectations can breed resentment and unforgiveness. She urges husbands and wives to seek God’s affirmation first and spend time with older married couples who can provide godly mentorship.


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    September 29, 2021 Turning the Tables: Greg Laurie Interviews Dr. James Dobson

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    Did you know that Dr. Dobson loves to fish, fry tacos with his wife, Shirley, and watch football? Or that when Shirley first approached Dr. Dobson on their college campus, she said, Hi, legs!? On this edition of Family Talk, evangelist Greg Laurie turns the tables and interviews America’s beloved Christian psychologist. Hear about the challengesDr. Dobson overcame in life and how he became successful by depending solely on God.


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    September 28, 2021 Positive Psychology – God’s Design for You - II

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    On today’s edition of Family Talk, Valorie Burton, Christian author of Happy Women Live Better, recommends three things to feel content, whatever the circumstances. First, ask yourself what was the best part about each day. Second, it’s important to remember to play; have fun with your children, play with your pets, or dance with your spouse. Whatever you do,experience joy. Third, smile! God designed our bodies so when we smile, it triggers the release of serotonin and endorphins to our brains. Amazingly, our Creator wired us to feel okay, even in the midst of hardship.


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    September 27, 2021 Positive Psychology – God’s Design for You - I

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    Traditional psychology can help people who are struggling with depression or anxiety, among other problems. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Valorie Burton, Christian author of Happy Women Live Better, explains that positive psychology is the study of what happens when things go right. People who are content have a greater ability to deal with adversity. It’s important to remember that God wants you to experience joy. His Word declares, Laughter is good medicine, and The joy of the Lord is your strength.


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    September 24, 2021 Back to School with Dr. James Dobson

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    When Dr. Tim Clinton was on a plane headed to Colorado Springs to appear on Family Talk, he felt a nudge in his spirit from the Lord that the vast knowledge and wisdom of Dr. Dobson needed to be shared through an educational program. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Clinton reveals that the result of that inspiration was the creation of the James C. Dobson Center at Liberty University. Online students can take 8-week courses based on Dr. Dobson’s 43 years of teaching and 8,000 broadcasts, all while working toward a master in counseling or selecting one of the family-focused minors that the center offers.


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    September 23, 2021 Homeschooling Today - II

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    Too many parents are under the impression that education is simply reading, writing, and arithmetic.On today’s edition ofFamily Talk,Heidi and Jay St. John, who have homeschooled their seven kids, declare that education isneverneutral! The founders ofFirmly Planted Homeschool Resource Centerinsist that there is always a worldview being taught. In Luke 6:40, Jesus said, Everyone who is fully trained will be like their teacher. That is why Heidi wants to equip her kids with a biblical worldview, so they knowwhythey believe what they believe.


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    September 22, 2021 Homeschooling Today - I

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    According to theWashington Post, the number of children being homeschooled in the U.S. has nearly tripled since 2019.On today’s edition ofFamily Talk,Heidi and Jay St. John, who have homeschooled their seven kids and foundedFirmly Planted Homeschool Resource Center,share three keys to a successful schooling model: flexibility, the one-on-one tutorial model, and a vision of Christian discipleship. The results? On average, kids that are homeschooled test three grade levels higher than their public school peers.


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    September 21, 2021 American Marxism - II

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    On today’s edition of Family Talk, Mark Levin, author of American Marxism, describes the stark differences between Marxism and our founding fathers’ vision for America: repression vs. engagement; compliance vs. speech; conformity vs. independence; and subjugation vs. liberty. These are not mere policy disputes, and consequently, the individual, the nuclear family, and our Judeo-Christian heritage are in the crosshairs. We’re long overdue for patriots to speak out.


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    September 20, 2021 American Marxism - I

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    The reach of Marxist ideology has spread into our country’s education, corporations, media, and government. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Mark Levin, author of American Marxism, tells Dr. James Dobson that this God-hating, individual-despising worldview is often cloaked in deceptive labels such as progressivism. In addition to advocating for homeschooling and school choice, Levin warns parents against sending children to colleges that indoctrinate them to hate America and its precious Judeo-Christian heritage.


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    September 17, 2021 A Moral Crisis in Medicine: An Obstetrician Takes a Stand for Life

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    In 2017, Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner signed an egregious bill into law that forces pro-life doctors and nurses to violate their consciences and advocate for the murder of babies in the womb. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Robert Lawler, a Christian obstetrician and gynecologist, explains why he refuses to comply.Despite possible penalties, he states that he took the Hippocratic oath to first do no harm to either one of his two patients -- the pregnant woman and her developing baby. Thankfully, a federal judge has issued an injunction against this pro-abortion law which targets pre-born babies and religious liberty.


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    September 16, 2021 The Significance of the Texas Heartbeat Law - II

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    Psalm 139: 13-14 reads, For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson and Janet Porter, founder of Faith2Action, continue discussing the new Texas Heartbeat Law and what it means for the pro-life movement. Porter’s firm belief is that if a heartbeat is detected, the baby should be protected. Thanks to the recent passage of the law, once cardiac activity is detected in a pre-born child, abortion is now prohibited in the state of Texas.


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    September 15, 2021 The Significance of the Texas Heartbeat Law - I

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    In the late hours of September 1st, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to block the Texas Heartbeat Law, legislation that prohibits abortion after a heartbeat is detected. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson and Janet Porter, founder of Faith2Action, examine this historic moment and consider what it means for the future.


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    September 14, 2021 Grandparents and Their Vital Role - II

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    Christian grandparents are the missing puzzle piece in the discipleship of their grandkids. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Larry Fowler, founder of the Legacy Coalition, urges grandparents to develop biblically-focused relationships with their grandchildren. Dr. Dobson noted, An inheritance is what you give someone, but a legacy is what you build in someone. Grandparents, what legacy are you placing in your grandchildren?


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    September 13, 2021 Grandparents and Their Vital Role - I

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    According to research, 3 out of 4 Christian grandparents take on a cultural view of grandparenting rather than a biblical view. When Larry Fowler asked a group of people at a conference how many of them had ever heard a sermon on grandparenting, only three raised their hands. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson sits down with Larry Fowler, founder of the Legacy Coalition, to discuss the great need for grandparents to be involved in their grandchildren’s lives. The most important thing a grandparent can do is live out his or her spiritual walk and testimony. In a rapidly changing society, grandparents are essential!


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    September 10, 2021 Grandparenting Teens: Leaving a Legacy of Hope - II

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    When grandchildren become teenagers, grandparents have a tendency to disengage, no matter how close they were with their grandchildren beforehand. On today’s edition ofFamily Talk, Mark Gregston, author ofGrandparenting Teens: Leaving a Legacy of Hope, encourages grandparents to do the opposite, saying this is the time for them to pressin,not check out. Rather than being concerned about what’s coming out of their teenage grandchild’s mouth, they should be listening to his or her heart.


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    September 9, 2021 Grandparenting Teens: Leaving a Legacy of Hope - I

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    If you’re a grandparent, yourprimary focusshould not be what you leave in your grandchildren’s bank accounts, but rather, what you have deposited in their hearts. On today’s edition ofFamily Talk, Dr. Tim Clinton sits down with Mark Gregston to talk about his new book,Grandparenting Teens: Leaving a Legacy of Hope.Mark explains that grandparents can and should be one of the greatest resources for providing stability and Christian discipleship in a teenager's life.


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    September 8, 2021 The Kids are Gone: Now What? - II

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    How does a marriage shift from being child-focused to partner-focused, and how does communication change when the children leave home? In what ways can you keep fun and friendship in your relationship? On today’s classic edition of Family Talk, Dr. Dobson and guests, Dave and Claudia Arp, continue their discussion about the challenges couples face after their kids have flown the coop.


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    September 7, 2021 The Kids are Gone: Now What? - I

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    When the last child leaves home, a new phase of marriage begins. But many couples struggle to adjust to this different and often sad time in their lives together. In a classic broadcast today on Family Talk, Dr. Dobson interviews Dave and Claudia Arp, and discusses eight challenges couples face in the empty-nesters stage.


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    September 6, 2021 A Champion for Christ: The Zach Ertz Story

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    In the midst of his parents’ separation, sports became an outlet for Zach Ertz, who was eventually drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles as a tight end in 2013. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Tim Clinton sits down with Zach to discuss his journey to the Eagles. Following a last-minute play during a game against the Cincinnati Bengals, Zach became a foe to some fans. From an earthly perspective, that was one of the worst weeks of Zach’s life, but from an eternal perspective, it was the best thing that ever happened, as it led him to spiritual revival and brotherhood.


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    September 3, 2021 Live to Forgive: A Family Story of Pain and Redemption

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    Jason Romano always had a passion for sports, an interest he shared with his father and grandfather. He turned that passion into a dream career at ESPN, producing SportsCenter and Monday Night Football. But sadly, Jason couldn’t always share his love of the game with his father, whose alcoholism was a constant source of anguish and shame for the entire family. On today’s edition of Family Talk, the author of Live to Forgive says the four steps toward forgiveness are to feel the pain, evaluate the trauma, transform the wound, and forgive the abuser. In Matthew chapter 18, Jesus commands us to forgive. If we don’t, we hurt ourselves more than our offender.


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    September 2, 2021 Kids and Bullying

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    Kids who are overweight, unattractive, not athletic, or perhaps different in some way are often the target of merciless bullying by their peers at school. Bullyingcan take on many different forms. Sometimes it’s rejection or verbal jabs, while other times it can become physical, leading to black eyes and bloody noses. No matter what type, bullying results in pain and trauma for the recipient. On today’s classic edition ofFamily Talk, Dr. James Dobson has a candid and emotional discussion with several children who have faced bullying. He reminds them that God thinks each one is of equal worth because He created them in His image.


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    September 1, 2021 Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Humanity from a Christian Perspective - II

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    We live in an age of increasingly pervasive artificial intelligence, including Virtual Reality and the porn industry’s many disturbing applications.When paired with a materialistic worldview, artificial intelligence can leave us more isolated and lonely. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Jason Thacker, author of The Age of AI, addresses the Christian moral responsibility and accountability to our Creator. We’re called to love God and our neighbors as we love ourselves, and we’re created for physical community, not digital.


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    August 31, 2021 Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Humanity from a Christian Perspective - I

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    When you consider artificial intelligence, you may think about self-driving cars, voice automated responses from your smart speaker, Facebook bots sending you ads based upon your search queries, or virtual reality experiences provided by an Oculus VR headset. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Jason Thacker, a scholar in philosophy, ethics, and public theology, discusses with Dr. Tim Clinton his new book, The Age of AI. Thacker counsels Christians against the extremes of unbridled excitement or fear in this new high-tech frontier. The biblical worldview is clear: as humans, God created us in His own image. Artificial intelligence is simply a tool and will never match the value of a human being.


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    August 30, 2021 Quiet Times For Busy Parents

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    Have you found it challenging to balance the demands of marriage and family, while still having devotional time with the Lord? On today’s edition ofFamily Talk, Dr. James and Shirley Dobson discuss their best-selling book,Night Light for Parents, an easy devotional for parents to read every night. Each passage has a high-impact short story, and offers questions that will prompt great conversation, and conclude with a brief prayer. Today, listen to one of America’s favorite couples share personal stories of their own family life, and how a commitment to God and to each other can bolster your marriage too.


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    August 27, 2021 I Can’t Believe You Just Said That! Biblical Wisdom for Taming Your Child’s Tongue - II

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    On today’s edition of Family Talk, Ginger Hubbard, author of I Can't Believe You Just Said That!, continues her conversation with Dr. Tim Clinton. Ginger offers a 3-step plan for parenting and discipline. First, ask your child heart-probing questions to identify his or her old self. Second, discourage that behavior. And third, urge him or her to honor God by putting on the right behavior. Consider Ephesians 4:22-24, Put off your old self, which is being corrupted by its deceitful desires; and put on the new self, created to be like God in true righteousness and holiness.


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    August 26, 2021 I Can’t Believe You Just Said That! Biblical Wisdom for Taming Your Child’s Tongue - I

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    As Christian parents, we want our kids to behave and be obedient. But we shouldn't want them to act that way solely out of fear of punishment. Today on Family Talk, Ginger Hubbard, author of I Can’t Believe You Just Said That!, explains that our children’s actions and behavior stem from the ongoing transformation of their hearts, as they begin their individual relationship with Jesus. As parents, we can use God’s Word to teach our children which behaviors and actions are sinful, and which ones are pleasing to the Lord.


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    August 25, 2021 Heaven is Our Home - II

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    The differences between Heaven and Hell are stark. On today’sFamily Talk, Anne Graham Lotz explains that Hell is described as a fire, a place of intense thirst and torment. By contrast, Heaven has the river of life, a place where our thirst will be quenched. In the darkness of Hell, people will endure pain and be forever separated from their Creator. In the light of Heaven, we will worship Jesus in comfort, forever united with our Savior. Don’t keep the Good News to yourself! Invite others to accept Christ’s invitation to dwell in Heaven as their eternal home.


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    August 24, 2021 Heaven is Our Home - I

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    The Apostle Paul wrote, No eye has seen, no ear has heard, and no human mind has conceived the things God has prepared for those who love Him.On today’s edition ofFamily Talk, evangelist Anne Graham Lotz reminds us that Heaven is aprepareddestiny that Jesus will fill with wonderful colors, food, and music. In addition, Heaven is aperfectdestiny -- devoid of sin, suffering, and sickness! Jesus will personally wipe away every tear from our eyes.


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    August 23, 2021 Saturate USA: A Call for Evangelism in Every Town

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    Did you know that only three percent of Christians feel comfortable sharing their faith, according to pollster George Barna? On today’s edition ofFamily Talk, Dr. James Dobson sits down with Scott Baller of Saturate USA to discuss a God-sized vision to reach all 120 million U.S. households with the gospel by 2027. Through Scott’s ministry, you or your congregation can request saturation packs, which contain information on your local church, along with a DVD on who Jesus is, and even gospel tracts to encourage thousands of households in your zip code.


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    August 20, 2021 Rescued by the Hand of God

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    In 1993, missionaries Dave and Barb Anderson were flying to Alaska after evangelizing in a remote region in the Russian far east, when their small aircraft suddenly lost power and crashed into the Bering Sea. Despite hitting the water at 90 miles per hour, the plane remained intact, allowing everyone on board to escape. Within 45 seconds, it sank, leaving the survivors in 36-degree cold water with 5-foot-high swells. On today’s edition of Family Talk, the couple recounts the dramatic story of surviving their plane crash. Providentially, the team was spotted and helicopters were sent. Like Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, Jesus rescued them.


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    August 19, 2021 Encouraging Enterprising Moms - II

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    Carrie Wilkerson was over $100,000 in debt and 145 pounds overweight.Because she had been inattentive to details in her business and with her health, both had gotten out of control. On today’s edition ofFamily Talk, Dr. James Dobson and Ms. Wilkerson, the author ofThe Barefoot Executive,discuss how she paid off every dime within two years by working at home and dropped down to a healthy weight by practicing discipline. Her counsel? Brainstorm a home business with your God-given skill sets instead of chasing other people’s dreams.


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    August 18, 2021 Encouraging Enterprising Moms - I

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    Carrie Wilkerson experienced a conflict that mothers often face. With two newly-adopted preschoolers, she felt conflicted, or mom-flicted, about going back to a traditional 9 to 5 job and leaving her kids in daycare. On today’s edition ofFamily Talk, Dr. James Dobson sits down with Carrie, author ofThe Barefoot Executive,to discusshow she managed to stay home with her kids and earn valuable income by using her laptop. She learned how to use her God-given skill sets and make money during their nap time and nighttime.


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    August 17, 2021 Gambling in America: A Growing Crisis of Greed, Addiction, and Loss - II

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    People who delve into gambling sometimes find it’s a seductive path fraught with greed and compulsion. Those same people often struggle with depression or anxiety. In turn, alcohol and drug use can manifest with the gambler as a form of coping. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson talks with Kristen Haflett, a licensed clinical social worker who specializes in gambling addictions. They discuss how 87% of gambling addicts who seek recovery can fall off the wagon. While the odds are against them, with God, recovery is possible.


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    August 16, 2021 Gambling in America: A Growing Crisis of Greed, Addiction, and Loss - I

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    Ten million Americans are crippled by their gambling addiction. Whether they waste their money in the casinos, on lottery tickets, or with online sports betting, it’s a social cancer that is rapidly spreading to the next generation. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson sits down with Kristen Haflett, a licensed social worker who specializes in gambling addictions. They are joined by Ryan Dobson, Dr. Dobson’s son, who adds his insight on addiction and families in peril. Together, they examine how this $255-billion-per-year industry preys upon the least fortunate by exploiting one of man’s most common sins, the love of money.


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    August 13, 2021 You’re Not Enough (And That’s Okay)

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    Today’s young women have been deceived. They’ve been told, especially by social media influencers, that the key to happiness is self-love. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Allie B. Stuckey, author of You’re Not Enough (And That’s Okay), reveals that her time feeding from the lie of self-empowerment left her battling anorexia, bulimia, and shame. Once you exchange the god of self with the God of Scripture, you’ll experience a Heaven-sent sacrificial love that will remove your narcissism.


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    August 12, 2021 Resentment: Cancer of the Emotions

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    When people hurt us, our sinful instinct is to hurt them back. But on today’s edition ofFamily Talk, the late Dr. Arch Hart says, Forgiveness is giving up my right to hurt you for hurting me. The formerdean of the School of Psychology at Fuller Theological Seminarywarns that if we don’t forgive, we foolishly allow resentment to fester. And resentment is a cancer of the emotions that can destroy us! The key to forgiving someone is to remember God’s unfathomable forgiveness of our own sin.


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    August 11, 2021 Abortion Monster: The Trial of Kermit Gosnell

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    For 30 years, convicted murderer Kermit Gosnell operated as a licensed doctor and abortion provider, running a clinic in West Philadelphia that was nothing short of a house of horrors. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson sits down with filmmakers Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer, the couple behind the 2017 movie entitled Gosnell: The Trial of America's Biggest Serial Killer. They discuss the heart behind the film and the impact it is making in our society. Not surprisingly, the mainstream media refused to report on the Gosnell investigation at the time.


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    August 9, 2021 Children at Risk: An Update with Gary Bauer

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    Abraham Lincoln once said, The philosophy of the classroom in one generation is the philosophy of the government in the next. Sadly, in light of the godless curriculum that is being taught in public schools and universities, only 6% of millennials have a biblical worldview. On today’s edition ofFamily Talk, Dr. James Dobson and Gary Bauer, President of American Values, revisit their 1990 best-sellerChildren at Risk,and discuss how its content was a prophetic message to our society, even today. The question is raised, How can America be preserved if a rising generation is rejecting the very idea that there is a God who was the author of our liberty?


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    August 6, 2021 The Bible Recap: Falling in Love with God’s Word

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    Despite an early introduction to Christianity, Tara-Leigh Cobble confesses that she wasted years passing through life on the second-hand information about the Bible she’d gleaned from others. After she was challenged to read through the Bible cover to cover, her life was transformed as she sought God’s character on each page. On today’s edition ofFamily Talk, the author ofThe Bible Recapreveals that daily Bible reading is not some box for a Christian to check. It’s our air to breathe and it’s our source of joy. Now is the time to end biblical illiteracy in the church.


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    August 5, 2021 Living with the Strong-Willed Child - III

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    Christian parents instinctively know that they’re in a battle with Satan himself for the souls of their children. But the parents of strong-willed children grapple with that spiritual reality more dramatically. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson visits for a third day with three mothers who fasted and prayed and disciplined until they saw victory. Lizz Walker, a 17-year-old, confessed, I've spent all of my life being strong-willed and wanting to win a battle. God told her, I want you to be strong-willed for Me!


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    August 4, 2021 Living with the Strong-Willed Child - II

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    If one of your kids seems hard-wired to be more combative and challenging of your authority, don't get discouraged. There is hope! On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson talks with three mothers who candidly share the frustrations and challenges of parenting their tough as nails children. You’ll hear unflinching stories, and you may see some of yourself or your own experiences as a parent in these illustrations that demonstrate the battle of wills. In their despair, these moms learned to lean hard on the Lord.


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    August 3, 2021 Living with the Strong-Willed Child - I

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    Contrary to the misguided worldly wisdom that claims each child is born as a blank slate, Dr. James Dobson contends that God gives every boy and girl a unique personality. Some children have enough defiance to equal 10 of their peers. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Dobson, author of The New Strong-Willed Child, talks to a panel of three formerly exhausted mothers who struggled with their strong-willed children. While they each administered a healthy dose of love, discipline, and prayer, the Lord rewarded their patience and tears with well-adjusted adult children.


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    August 2, 2021 The Chosen: A TV Series for Such a Time as This

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    When it comes to most dramatizations about Jesus, Christian filmmaker Dallas Jenkins believes that our Messiah seems overly formal and emotionally distant. On today’s edition ofFamily Talk, he explains that the key to the successful production ofThe Chosenseries is that Jesus is warm, engaging, and unvarnished. He’s someone you wouldwantto follow! The writers imagine culturally accurate backstories to characters which make the Biblical narratives come alive. No wonderThe Chosenhas been viewed by nearly 200 million people in 50 languages!


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    July 30, 2021 Christianity and Wokeness: How the Social Justice Movement is Hijacking the Gospel - II

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    Wokeness is a modern-day heresy which is incompatible with Christianity, according to theologian Dr. Owen Strachan, author of Christianity and Wokeness: How the Social Justice Movement Is Hijacking the Gospel. While its divisive rhetoric employs some biblical vocabulary and concepts, it is indeed an alternative religion, both in its methods and outcome. A potent blend of racism, moral relativism, and grievance, wokeness undermines the unifying work of the Holy Spirit. It is, therefore, anti-gospel, and Dr. Strachan offers a strategy to oppose it.


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    July 29, 2021 Christianity and Wokeness: How the Social Justice Movement is Hijacking the Gospel - I

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    Theologian Dr. Owen Strachan joins Dr. James Dobson to discuss Critical Race Theory (CRT) and how it does not align with Christian beliefs. They discuss Dr. Strachan’s new book, Christianity and Wokeness: How the Social Justice Movement is Hijacking the Gospel, and peel back the layers of this misguided movement, its origins, and how the Bible contradicts it by teaching that we are all one family in God’s Kingdom.


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    July 28, 2021 Overcoming Alcoholism

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    Many people struggle with alcohol and other addictions, but very few actually receive any form of treatment.Bob and Pauline Bartosch, authors ofOvercomers Outreach: Bridge to Recovery, reveal to Dr. James Dobson that Bob was dependent on alcohol and Pauline relied on valium. Ultimately, both found hope and healing in the Lord, as well as support communities in Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon. Out of their experience, they founded Overcomers Outreach, a Christ-centered addiction support group.


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    July 27, 2021 Paula Faris: Called Out to Prioritize Faith Over Career

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    Paula Faris was at the height of her career as a co-anchor ofGood Morning America. But when this high-profile journalist felt called by God to walk away from her job because she was sacrificing her family and her health, she was gripped by fear. She had bought into society's false premise that our worth is related to our work. The author ofCalled Out, Faris explains that in the span of just a few months, she endured several tragedies and learned that the calling of every Christian is to love our Lord and other people.That’sthe true source of our identity, she says, not our vocation.


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    July 26, 2021 The War on Children

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    Day by day, our kids are inundated with the depravity of this world, and it seems to be getting worse. Dr. James Dobson shares from his June newsletter, reflecting on the increasing war against children and the battle for their minds and spirits. He expresses his grave concern for our culture and raises the alarm so that a twisted society does not dictate the lives of future generations. Also featured are excerpts of a sermon from Pastor John MacArthur, illustrating not only culture’s slide into godlessness, but also its ultimate accountability to God.


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    July 23, 2021 Reignite: How to Bring Joy Back into Your Life for Enduring Faith

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    Twelve years ago, when doctors told Pastor Jack Graham that they might not have removed all of his prostate cancer, he sank into a dark night of depression. Graham, the author ofReignite: Fresh Focus for an Enduring Faith,shares that he felt then as if he’d been hit by a Mack truck and left in a ditch. Citing Moses and Elijah, as well as Lincoln and Churchill, all of whom battled depression, Graham explains that the key to finding your way through darkness is to saturate your mind with the truth of Scripture.


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    July 22, 2021 Bonhoeffer: A Hero Then and Now - II

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    While Dietrich Bonhoeffer is known as the courageous German pastor who spoke out against the evil of Adolf Hitler, he also became a spy who sought to assassinate the dictator. He wrote, We are not to simply bandage the wounds of victims beneath the wheels of injustice, we are to drive a spoke into the wheel itself. In this Part 2 edition,EricMetaxas, author ofBonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy,describes Bonhoeffer as an obedient disciple of Jesus Christ who understood that the believer is called to die to self and trust God in every circumstance.


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    July 21, 2021 Bonhoeffer: A Hero Then and Now - I

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    During the regime of Adolf Hitler, a brave German pastor named Dietrich Bonhoeffer declared, Silence in the face of evil is itself evil: God will not hold us guiltless. Not to speak is to speak. Not to act is to act. EricMetaxas, author ofBonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy,highlights the moral courage of this man who knowingly risked his life to condemn Germany’s maniacal dictator. God is still calling Christians to speak out against evil going on today.


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    July 20, 2021 What Now? How to Move into Your Next Season

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    Are you currently in a season of stagnation? Mark Jobe, author of What Now? How to Move into Your Next Season, is the lead pastor at New Life Community Church in Chicago. He says that when we’re feeling stuck and overwhelmed, seeking a fresh encounter with God will allow us to receive a new perspective. Just as the Lord took Joseph through crisis and pain, molding his character and preparing him for his calling, God is continually shaping and building us too.


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    July 19, 2021 Children: A Heritage from the Lord

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    Psalm 127:3 says, Children are a heritage from the Lord. But Dr. Michael Youssef, founder of Leading the Way Ministries, insists that verse 1 provides essential context: Unless the Lord builds the house, the builders labor in vain. When God is at the center of the family, He will grow, bless, guide, and protect it. Seek always His direction and your children are likely to emulate you into their adult years.


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    July 16, 2021 A Challenge to Pastors - II

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    There are 350,000 churches in America. But are there even 40,000 pastors who fear God and are willing to speak the truth? Dr. Jim Garlow, author of This Precarious Moment, does not believe there are. That’s why he asserts that God has raised up laymen such as psychologist, Dr. James Dobson, football coach and founder of Promise Keepers, Bill McCartney, and public servants such as Dr. Ben Carson, to say what pastors should have been saying all along.


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    July 15, 2021 A Challenge to Pastors - I

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    Too often, pastors hesitate to preach against abortion and the radical homosexual agenda. The Bible speaks clearly on both issues, so why the hesitation? Dr. Jim Garlow, former pastor of Skyline Church in San Diego, asserts that pastors run into the pitfall of wanting to be loved by everyone in their pews. But as he points out, If you're going to preach the truth, you cannot be liked by everybody in your congregation.


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    July 14, 2021 Let’s Talk: Conversation Starters for Dads & Daughters

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    Many teenage girls and women wish they had a better relationship with their dads. But fathers are often hesitant to talk with their daughters about things that really matter, as if they’d rather do nothing at all than do it wrong. Dr. Michelle Watson Canfield, author of Let’s Talk: Conversation Starters for Dads and Daughters, shares with co-host Dr. Tim Clinton about how dads can begin to have meaningful conversations with their daughters. Girls tend to figure things out and feel valued as they can talk it through. Dr. Watson Canfield provides easy ways for dads to facilitate discussion and dive into their daughters’ struggles, hurts, fears, and hopes.


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    July 13, 2021 The Powerful Influence of a Wife - II

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    In this Part 2 edition, Cindi McMenamin, author ofWhen a Woman Inspires Her Husband,along with her husband, Hugh, share how a Christian wife can be the ultimate encourager to her husband in and outside the home. She should help him look good, refrain from criticizing him in public, encourage him privately and elevate him in front of others. When a wife shows her husband that kind of unconditional Christ-like love, their marriage will be transformed!


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    July 12, 2021 The Powerful Influence of a Wife - I

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    Christian wives are often misled by contemporary culture’s false expectations of their husbands. Cindi McMenamin, author ofWhen a Woman Inspires Her Husband,shares two pieces of advice with Dr. James Dobson.First, she says a wife needs to look to God to be the primary One to meet her emotional needs. And second, she should become her husband’s biggest cheerleader, giving him the respect he desires. When she follows that biblical model, as Cindi’s husband, Hugh, confirms in this thoughtful roundtable discussion, her husband will become the man she needs him to be.


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    July 9, 2021 Becoming a Wingman for Life: Today's Promise Keepers

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    From flying 45 missions into Iraq as an Air Force pilot and helping the Dallas Cowboys win the Superbowl three times as defensive tackle, Chad Hennings learned one thing: every man needs a wingman. God did not create us to stand alone but to be in transparent fellowship with our Creator and with other men in the body of Christ. That’s why Hennings urges every Christian man to push the reset button by attending the Promise Keepers conference later this month in Arlington, TX.


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    July 8, 2021 Moms Raising Sons to be Men - II

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    When her 6-year-old son, Brandon, had to be life-flighted to the hospital after a severe seizure, Rhonda Stoppe (pronounced STOP-ee), author ofMoms Raising Sons to Be Men,was ready to walk away from the faith when God didn’t heal him. But the Lord reminded her of Scripture that says, In everything give thanks: for this is the will of God and Christ Jesus concerning you. Just as the Lord sent the bear and the lion to prepare David to defeat Goliath, she believes that God used Brandon’s medical issues as a way for him to spend time at home watching their worship team practice, igniting his interest in music. Brandon went on to become a worship leader in Riverside, CA.


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    July 7, 2021 Moms Raising Sons to be Men - I

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    On today’s edition of Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk, Rhonda Stoppe (pronounced STOP-ee), author ofMoms Raising Sons to Be Men,warns it is possible for a mother to deny a boy his manhood as he grows up. And if she does, Stoppe says he’ll become a mama's boy, and will still be sitting on the couch when he’s 40 years old. Especially as a boy enters puberty, he needs to answer to his father, or, if a dad is not in the picture, then a godly man who will affirm him in his masculinity.


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    July 6, 2021 America is a Christian Nation

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    Contrary to the false claims of today’s secularists, Americaisa Christian nation, as the Supreme Court declared in 1892. Indeed, 52 out of the 55 signers of the Constitution were evangelical believers. For example,Benjamin Rushnot only said, Irely upon the merits of Jesus Christ for a pardon of all my sins, but also stated that the Constitution is as much the work of a Divine Providence as any of the miracles recorded in the Old and New Testament. Today’s guest, Dr. Robert Jeffress, points to Psalm 33:12 which says, Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord.


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    July 5, 2021 America's Enduring Legacy of Hope

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    On today’s edition of Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk, and as we celebrate Independence Day weekend, Dr. James Dobson sits down with Dr. William Bennett to discuss our country’s extraordinary history and read excerpts from his 3-volume series,America: The Last Best Hope. They touch on stirring examples of American exceptionalism and warn that this great experiment in liberty and democracy is not a foregone conclusion. It is well worth defending!


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    July 2, 2021 Protecting Your Child in a Dark Culture - II

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    Today, like never before, Christian parents are battling the culture over competing worldviews. And the ultimate prize in this battle is our children! That’s why Rebecca Hagelin wrote30 Ways in 30 Days to Strengthen Your Family. Sadly, 90% of kids who go online will at some point view pornography, and a recent report has revealed that 20% of teens are sending nude photos by text. Rebecca says it’s time to practice deliberate parenting. God wants you to protect your kids’ innocence and empower them to make wise, righteous choices.


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    July 1, 2021 Protecting Your Child in a Dark Culture - I

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    When Rebecca Hagelin took her 13-year-old daughter, Kristen, for a sports physical, the female pediatrician insisted that she have a private chat with the youngster. Rebecca, the author of30 Ways in 30 Days to Strengthen Your Family,was matter of fact, declaring, She's a minor. I'm her mother, and I'm staying!When the doctor told Kristen, just do what's comfortable for you sexually, Rebecca explained that her daughter understood that sex is only for marriage. The lesson? God gave your kids to you, Mom and Dad. Never give away your authority!


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    June 30, 2021 Finding My Way Home

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    John Houston was just 11 years old when his parents not only divorced butabandonedhim and his 16-year-old brother. Miraculously, they stayed in school, kept a roof over their heads, and supported themselves by mowing lawns. The author ofFinding My Way Home,John was devastated when his mother committed suicide a decade later. After years of running from his pain, he finally put his trust in Christ. Today, as an unapologetic evangelist, he realizes that our Heavenly Father wants to shower us with His love.


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    June 29, 2021 A Journey of Widowhood and Grief - II

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    When Pastor Adrian Rogers died, he left behind Joyce, his bride of 54 years. As she grappled with grief, Psalm 63:3-4 helped her focus on God.Because Your loving kindness is better than life, my lips shall praise You. Thus, I will bless You while I live; I will lift up my hands in Your name.Years later, on Valentine’s Day, Joyce, the author ofGrace for the Widow: A Journey Through the Fog of Loss,invited 14 widows over for dinner to share special memories about their husbands. Healing flowed through their joyful tears.


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    June 28, 2021 A Journey of Widowhood and Grief - I

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    After 54 years of marriage, Adrian Rogers, founder of Love Worth Finding Ministries, died in 2005, leaving behind Joyce, his grieving widow. But she found great comfort in Isaiah 43:2 which says, When you pass through the waters, I will be with you through the rivers, they shall not overflow you. The author ofGrace for the Widow: A Journey Through the Fog of Loss,Joycewrote her version of Psalm 23 as part of her healing process. In part, it says, The Lord is my bridegroom, and my husband, I shall not lack love and companionship.


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    June 25, 2021 The Post-Covid Church: Stronger, but Different

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    Satan used the COVID virus in an attempt to shut down every church, making God’s people fearful. That’s the contention of Sean Feucht, author ofBrazen: Be a Voice, Not an Echo.The post-COVID church is suffering from an identity crisis and we cannot allow the virus to intimidate us from worshiping God.


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    June 24, 2021 Hurting Kids and How the Church Should Respond - II

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    Christian parents are understandably worried about how the world is poisoning their teens. But Chap Clark, author ofHurt 2.0: Inside the World of Today’s Teens, says the single greatest gift you can give the young adults under your roof is to intentionally climb into their world each day. And do it without an agenda. It’srevolutionary! Your actions will trump your words. Clark also points out that the family that prays together, plays together, and eats together is the one that stays together.


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    June 23, 2021 Hurting Kids and How the Church Should Respond - I

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    Our culture says the key to well-adjusted teens is to get them plugged into the right peer group. Chap Clark, author ofHurt 2.0: Inside the World of Today’s Teens, disagrees by saying,Two kids in a mud puddle cannot clean each other up. The truth is that young people crave their parents’ guidance. Surprisingly though, when the Bible addresses child discipline, 90% of the time the reference is to train your children like a coach. Only 10% of the time does God call parents to correctively punish. Think aboutthat.


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    June 22, 2021 Nothing Wasted: How God Heals Our Broken Past - II

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    Sadly, too many Christians waffle between trusting in God and trusting in themselves. The prophet Elijah’s question to the Israelites on Mount Carmel is equally applicable to us today. He asked, How long will you waver between two opinions? If the Lord is God, follow Him; but if Baal is God, follow him. Kasey Van Norman, author of Nothing Wasted: God Uses the Stuff You Wouldn’t, urges us not to waver between the truth and a lie.


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    June 21, 2021 Nothing Wasted: How God Heals Our Broken Past - I

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    Kasey Van Norman experienced a difficult childhood, infidelity in her marriage, and a battle with cancer. The author of Nothing Wasted: God Uses the Stuff You Wouldn’t, Kasey believes that God has used her rocky road of regret and loss. Indeed, He prepares our hearts through pain. Kasey points to Elijah, the depressed prophet, for whom God sent ravens to feed him daily. The Lord prepared Elijah for that victorious fire ball confrontation with King Ahab’s false god, Baal. In the same way, God can use your private pain for His glory.


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    June 18, 2021 God's Model for Fatherhood

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    Renowned author and Christian apologist, Josh McDowell, joins Dr. James Dobson to discuss his book,The Father Connection. Despite being raised by an abusive, alcoholic father, Josh eventually discovered his Heavenly Father’s gentle and everlasting love for him. Josh forgave his dad, and ultimately led him to Christ. In this inspirational pre-Father's Day broadcast, he reminds us that children are molded by their father’s model of daily, faithful consistency in the little things.


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    June 17, 2021 Fathers & Sons: Getting Back to the Basics - II

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    In this Part 2 edition, Dr. James Dobson and Dr. Tim Clinton talk about America’s epidemic rise in fatherlessness and the desperate need for dads to be present in their kid’s lives. Clinton explains that a solid relationship with a father can empower children, especially boys, to effectively navigate harmful peer pressure. Dobson and Clinton emphasize that a man’s career ambitions must never outrank building emotionally close relationships with his children as he disciples them in the Lord.


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    June 16, 2021 Fathers & Sons: Getting Back to the Basics - I

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    Dr. James Dobson sits down with Dr. Tim Clinton to discuss the importance of fathers in the lives of their children. Years ago, as a young father, Tim risked losing his own kids as he tried to build a career and impact the world. But after hearing Dr. Dobson on the radio challenging fathers to be present for their kids, Clinton was convicted to reassess his priorities. Reducing his travels and speaking commitments, he was able to treasure the quality time spent with his kids and his wife.


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    June 15, 2021 Billy Graham: The Man I Knew - II

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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 younger generation. Spending significant time together, Laurie saw that Graham was the same man in private as he was in public: down-to-earth, humble, and approachable. Whether talking to world leaders, celebrities, or common folks, Billy Graham never compromised the gospel.


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    June 14, 2021 Billy Graham: The Man I Knew - I

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    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 evangelist and Christian ambassador to the world. Reverend Graham once told Laurie, I don't think I'm a very good preacher. But I think God has given me the gift of giving the invitation.


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    June 11, 2021 Plugged In: Teaching Your Children To Be Media Savvy

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    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 media that glorifies worldly, sinful behavior.


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    June 10, 2021 God's Plan for the Overwhelmed Mom - II

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    Are you an overwhelmed mom? Sarah Parshall Perry, author ofMommy Needs a Raise Because Quitting Is Not an Optioncan 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 disorderanda strong-willed daughter, Sarah’s wildly unrealistic aspirations as a super mom and homemaker were causing her to become a nervous wreck. Now she focuses completely on loving the Lord and her kids.


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    June 9, 2021 God's Plan for the Overwhelmed Mom - I

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    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 dirty yoga pants, she authoredMommy Needs a Raise Because Quitting Is Not an Option,in which sheencourages Christian moms to seek God and embrace humility and forgiveness.


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    June 8, 2021 Fighting for Life: Becoming a Force for Change in a Wounded World - II

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    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 precious souls that God has created in His own image. Abortion sells the lie that the child in the womb is less than human, despite the biological evidence to the contrary.


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    June 7, 2021 Fighting for Life: Becoming a Force for Change in a Wounded World - I

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    At the age of 15, Lila Rose founded Live Action, a pro-life ministry powerhouse known for its undercover exposs 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 ten Boom, whose Dutch family risked their own lives to hide Jews from the Nazis during the Second World War.


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    June 4, 2021 Help for Stressed-Out Moms

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    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 their family lives aren’t perfect. This is when stressed-out moms can best discover the grace and guidance of God and only then do they find the appreciation they deserve in life’s simple moments.


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    June 3, 2021 Children of Divorce - II

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    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, declares that divorce, after a relationship has been established and the nuclear family has been forged, is actually more damaging to a child than the death of a parent.


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    June 2, 2021 Children of Divorce - I

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    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 healing quickly since it’s difficult to give kids First Aid when you’re bleeding yourself. Third, invite kids to talk about their emotions. Arch encourages those in the midst of a divorce to make great effort to maintain as much normalcy as possible for the children’s sake.


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    June 1, 2021 Beyond Black Hawk Down - II

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    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 soldiers are willing to run through bullets to protect their fellow soldiers. They do this in order to uphold something much bigger than themselves. Our freedom is not free. It came at a great price indeed.


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    May 31, 2021 Beyond Black Hawk Down - I

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    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 supernatural peace. Subsequently, Jeff’s fellow soldiers were desperate to know his God. Listen to this special Memorial Day program, as Dr. Dobson talks with an American war hero who understands the true meaning of sacrifice.


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    May 28, 2021 The Last Step on the Way Down - II

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    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 no sense; whoever does so destroys his own soul. Pastor Rogers adds, Never flirt with another woman. And never fail to flirt with your own wife.


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    May 27, 2021 The Last Step on the Way Down - I

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    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 commits adultery tells his child, Your mother is not worth much, and your father is a liar and a cheat. Furthermore, honor is not nearly as important as pleasure.’


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    May 26, 2021 The Miracle of An Abortion Survivor: Choosing Forgiveness, Finding Redemption - II

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    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-changing forgiveness of God. Inspired by her new-found friendship with Abby Johnson of the movie Unplanned, Claire has become a powerful champion for life.


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    May 25, 2021 The Miracle of An Abortion Survivor: Choosing Forgiveness, Finding Redemption - I

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    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 with twins, so only one of the children was aborted. Claire was the twin who survived! She shares her emotional story in her new book, Survivor: An Abortion Survivor's Surprising Story of Choosing Forgiveness and Finding Redemption.


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    May 24, 2021 Your Past Erased: A Salvation Message from Franklin Graham

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    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, erasing his past, as well. Like Bartimaeus, Jesus can forgive your sin and erase your past too.


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    May 21, 2021 The Relationally Intelligent Child

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    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-authors of The Relationally Intelligent Child, sit down with Dr. Tim Clinton to explain how parents can pass on relational behaviors to their children. They encourage imparting crucial skills such as fearless exploration, unwavering resilience, and wise decision-making.


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    May 20, 2021 Stepping Away from the Common Life - II

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    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, and treasure his children. He won’t simply follow the crowd. As Dungy says, if you put the Lord first, everything else falls into place.


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    May 19, 2021 Stepping Away from the Common Life - I

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    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 transformed by the renewing of your mind.). Dungy challenges teens and adults to take the narrow road, the uncommon path; that is, Jesus is the only source of true fulfillment. Coach Dungy discusses this and much more, including his role as a mentor.


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    May 18, 2021 Relationship Goals - II

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    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 ofRelationship 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 redeem us. Pastor Todd says that once people comprehend the depth of that undeserved love, then they can understand that they don’t deserve to be treated poorly. In other words, grasping our vertical relationship with God helps keep our horizontal relationships in proper perspective.


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    May 17, 2021 Relationship Goals - I

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    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 ofRelationship Goals: How to Win at Dating, Marriage, and Sex,believes the reason so many relationships fail is because people enter into them with faulty expectations, including hoping the other person is going to be their savior.Pastor Todd explains to Dr. Tim Clinton what he believes a love relationship should look like in the eyes of God.


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    May 14, 2021 Controlling Your Tongue

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    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 itsmouth; a ship by its rudder, and man is controlled by his tongue. Dr. James Dobson and guest R.T. Kendall, author ofControlling the Tongue, remind us that we will have to give an account on the Day of Judgment for every careless word we have spoken.


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    May 13, 2021 Miscarriage: Grieving the Loss - II

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    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 Gordonwho between the four of them have suffered six miscarriagesremind us that God is with us and He cares. Psalm 34:18 says, The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit. The Larimores and Gordons also urge the church to mourn with those who mourn, as Romans 12:15 proclaims.


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    May 12, 2021 Miscarriage: Grieving the Loss - I

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    When couples experience the profound sense of pain and loss of a miscarriage, well-intentioned family members and friends can inadvertently say hurtful thingssuch as Don’t worry, you can try again or, It’s probably a blessing, because your baby might have been deformed. 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 amsosorry! God cares. And I love you. They share with host Dr. James Dobson that couples should name the lost baby, bury their child (figuratively), and journal through their emotions to encourage healing.


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    May 11, 2021 Child and Adolescent Mental Illness: Care with Grace and Hope - II

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    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 Clinton to urge parents and churches alike to be proactive, because children don't know how to ask for help. If you suspect something is amiss with your child, don’t delay in getting a mental health evaluation.


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    May 10, 2021 Child and Adolescent Mental Illness: Care with Grace and Hope - I

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    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 your child is struggling with autism, depression, or Attention Deficit Disorder, Dr. Stanford wants you to know that there is no shame in getting professional help.


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    May 7, 2021 Parenting Well: Balancing Marriage & Motherhood

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    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 ofHope 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 good mom and not second-guess yourself. In a fitting pre-Mother’s Day message, Becky says it’s time that moms saw themselves through God’s eyes.


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    May 6, 2021 Make Your Voice Heard in Heaven - II

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    Does it seem like your prayers are bouncing off the ceiling? United States Senate Chaplain Barry Black, author ofMake 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, so that He will not hear. Chaplain Black counsels us to repent of our sins before God. Only then, as Hebrews 4 declares, can we draw near to the throne of grace with confidence.


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    May 5, 2021 Make Your Voice Heard in Heaven - I

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    Prayer is thebreathof the soul. That’s the contention ofU.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black, author ofMake 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, andbecauseof His love, He is our greatest encourager. That’s why God wants us to make our voices heard in Heaven through continual prayer.


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    May 4, 2021 Religious Liberty at a Crossroads: Stand Up, Be Heard, or Else! - II

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    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 and balances would be gone. In 1937, President Franklin Roosevelt, a Democrat, tried to do the same thing. Fortunately, however, despite the fact that 80 of the 100 sitting senators at the time were Democrats, they resoundingly said No! Logic prevailed, and the effort failed. Become informed and speak out on this threat of court packing through the website SupremeCoup.com.


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    May 3, 2021 Religious Liberty at a Crossroads: Stand Up, Be Heard, or Else! - I

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    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 libertyour first freedomand if we lose that, we'll lose all our freedoms. Thankfully, co-host Dr. Tim Clinton sees a popular uprising against it. Listen as these three men hash out the facts and perspectives surrounding pending legislation that could severely harm and impact you, your family, and your children for generations to come.


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    April 30, 2021 Igniting Men for the Cross

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    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, Abba, Father!


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    April 29, 2021 Why Am I Not Healed?

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    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 foremost, for her justification. And secondly, Jesus wanted to sanctify her so she would become more like Him, even in her suffering.


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    April 28, 2021 Life After The Storm - II

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    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.


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    April 27, 2021 Life After the Storm - I

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    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 differently.


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    April 26, 2021 Laughing in the Dark

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    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 heartandthe crushed spirit. She is one of the recording industry’sbest-selling female comedians. But she became clinically depressed after the death of her mother, along with the estrangement of her daughter and the alcoholism and death of her husbandall within three years.


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    April 23, 2021 Karen Kingsbury: Life-Changing Fiction

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    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’s stories capable of making us laugh or cry, but they also often bring conviction. You may finally feel the need to apologize, to make that overdue phone call, to create peace in a relationship.


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    April 22, 2021 Being Jesus to Your Neighbors - II

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    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 the gospel. Secondly, there would be an alignment between Christ’s beliefs and His behavior. Likewise, your creed and your character must be consistent so that your neighbors only see integrity.


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    April 21, 2021 Being Jesus to Your Neighbors - I

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    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 to ask tough questions about the faith. We should be equally open and welcoming to those who doubt.


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    April 20, 2021 Understanding Autism: Supporting Struggling Parents - II

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    When pediatrician Dr. Jerry Kartzinel puts autistic children on a dairy and gluten-free diet, 75% of them respond dramaticallylike 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 dramatic results.


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    April 19, 2021 Understanding Autism: Supporting Struggling Parents - I

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    Mark and Jennywere 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 becameincrediblyisolating as friends found their child’s behavior disruptive. But, ultimately, the entire family found hope and strength to move forward.


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    April 16, 2021 A Man and His Identity

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    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 apowerfulsermon at a 1992 Promise Keepers event in Boulder, Colorado. In it, he reminds us of the truth of 1 Peter 2:9 which says, We are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, God's special possession. In other words, our identity is in Jesus Christ.


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    April 15, 2021 When Sorry Isn’t Enough: Apology+Forgiveness - II

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    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 ofThe 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, make restitution, genuinely repent, and request forgiveness. 2 Corinthians 7:10 says, Godly sorrow brings repentance.


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    April 14, 2021 When Sorry Isn’t Enough: Apology+Forgiveness - I

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    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 feeltrulyloved when you emphasize his or her primary love language, and that parents need to determine their child’s love language, as well.


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    April 13, 2021 Keep Your Love On - II

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    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 relationshipsbut he learned one ultimately casts out the other.


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    April 12, 2021 Keep Your Love On - I

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    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 respected and Sheri had a deep need to be loved.


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    April 9, 2021 Rescuing Fatherless Boys - II

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    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 a role much like the Good Samaritaninstead of walking by fatherless boys left on the cultural roadside, to find willing Christian men to invest time in their lives.


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    April 8, 2021 Rescuing Fatherless Boys - I

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    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 to connect with and mentor fatherless boys.


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    April 7, 2021 Take It Back: Reclaiming Biblical Masculinity - II

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    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 men in the Bible and also recount the final words of King David on his deathbed to his son, Solomon Be strong, act like a man, and obey God. While the cancel culture may have Christian men on the ropes, history would suggest that they need to stand and fight for God and their families.


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    April 6, 2021 Take It Back: Reclaiming Biblical Masculinity - I

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    Hollywood and the popular culture typically portray fathers as toxic buffoons. In response to such unfair and harmful mischaracterizations, Dr. Tim Clinton and Max Davis, co-authors of Take It Back: Reclaiming Biblical Masculinity, present research that underscores the crucial contributions made by strong, godly dads. For instance, 76% of teen girls surveyed said that their father influenced their decision on whether or not to be sexually active; and when a dad divorces, his kids are 92% more likely to fail in their own marriages.


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    April 5, 2021 A Place Called Heaven: Surprising Truths About Eternity

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    Christians around the world celebrated Christ’s resurrection this past weekend. It’s the event that gives our faith meaning and propels us forward with the hope of heaven. Today on Family Talk, Dr. Dobson sits down with Dr. Robert Jeffress to discuss his book A Place Called Heaven: 10 Surprising Truths About Your Eternal Home and to tackle difficult topics such as near-death experiences, what our jobs will be in Heaven, and who will be there.


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    April 2, 2021 The Death, Burial, and Resurrection of The Christ

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    Listen to these sobering words from 1 Corinthians 15:17--If Christ has not been raised, your faith is futile; you are still in your sins. As we look foward to Easter weekend, scholarGary Habermas, author of, The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus, reminds us that our wonderful Savior revealed Himself to a doubting Thomas, and to his persecutor Paul in a blinding light on the road to Damascus, along with his half-brother, James, who was initially embarrassed by Him. If you believe in Christ and His works and words alike, then when you cometo Him, He will never cast you out.


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    April 1, 2021 Mysteries of the Messiah - II

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    If you’ve ever rung up too much on your credit card and could only afford to pay the minimum amount, then you’ve experienced firsthand the reason that Jews of the Old Testament felt compelled to offer regular sacrifices to God. Rabbi Jason Sobel, author ofMysteries of the Messiah,explains that it was because they understood that they could never cover the full cost of their sin. But when Jesus died on the cross, he wiped the slate clean by paying all of our sin debts in full. Amazingly, He credits His righteousness to our account!


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    March 31, 2021 Mysteries of the Messiah - I

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    In Matthew 13:52, Jesus said, Every teacher of the law who has become a disciple in the kingdom of heaven is like the owner of a house who brings out of his storeroom new treasures as well as old." Sadly, many Christians fail to grasp the Old Testament foreshadowing of Christ.Rabbi Jason Sobel, author of Mysteries of the Messiah: Unveiling Divine Connections from Genesis to Today, invites believers to stop settling for just half of our spiritual inheritance, because everything in the Old Testament ultimately points to Jesus.


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    March 30, 2021 Luis Palau Tribute: A Biblical Look at the Family - II

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    In honor of the late evangelist Luis Palau, who went home to Heaven earlier this month, Dr. James Dobson continues his conversation with Dr. Palau, in which they offer biblical advice for wives in loveless marriages. Isaiah 54:5 says, Your Maker is your husbandthe Lord Almighty is his name. God has not called us to be happy but rather obedient, so we must remain faithful in prayer and see what the Lord will do.


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    March 29, 2021 Luis Palau Tribute: A Biblical Look at the Family - I

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    The late evangelist Luis Palau, who has been called the Billy Graham of Latin America, went to be with the Lord on March 11 of this year. On today’s broadcast, Dr. James Dobson opens with a special tribute to the life work and impact of Dr. Palau, and then plays a classic interview they had previously recorded together. It was in that conversation that Dr. Palau presciently warned America against taking a low view of Scripture and following in the tragic footsteps of Britain and Latin America, with their skyrocketing illegitimacy rates and rampant sexual immorality. He challenged Christian men to open God’s Word daily and pray with their wives.


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    March 26, 2021 The Use and Abuse of Power - III

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    The late Chuck Colson, former Special Counsel to President Richard Nixon and founder of Prison Fellowship, was often asked, How can I grow closer to God? Chuck’s answer was simple. As Jeremiah 22:16 records, when believers defend the cause of the poor and needy, that’s how we can come to know God intimately. As you are serving the powerless, you will experience the power of God.


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    March 25, 2021 The Use and Abuse of Power - II

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    There is no better antidote to the dangerous lust for power than to serve others. That’s the contention of the late Chuck Colson, former Special Counsel to President Richard Nixon and founder of Prison Fellowship. He learned that whether we are serving our spouse and children, those in the workplace or in our church, our service has the potential to communicate the love of Christ.


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    March 24, 2021 The Use and Abuse of Power - I

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    The late Chuck Colson, former Special Counsel to President Richard Nixon, knew firsthand what it meant to have a problem with abusing power. But after he was sent to prison, he was no longer enamored by earthly kings. Colson’s life was radically transformed by the power of the King of Kings living in us and the eternal values of God, which are so transcendent.


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    March 23, 2021 My Wynter Season - II

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    When Pastor Jonathan Pitts took his wife, Wynter, into his arms for their anniversary dance, he had no idea that within a month she’d unexpectedly die at the age of 38. The former executive director of Dr. Tony Evan’s ministry, The Urban Alternative, he shares how he and his four grieving daughters found comfort through singing their favorite hymns together and by simply being there for each other. In this intimate and heartfelt tribute to Wynter’s life, Pastor Jonathan calls upon us to live fearlessly and never to assume we know God’s plan.


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    March 22, 2021 My Wynter Season - I

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    Are you grieving the loss of a loved one and wondering if anything will ever be safe or certain again? Pastor Jonathan Pitts, whose wife, Wynter, died unexpectedly in 2018, shares his darkest days of grief with breathtaking vulnerability. He and his four daughters found strength and hope in the Lord, comfort in their church community, and courage in each other to carry on.


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    March 19, 2021 Helping Our Girls Defeat Fear and Anxiety

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    All too often, the number of likes received on Instagram is what determines a teen’s self-worth. It’s no wonder then, that 38% of young girls in the U.S. today have a diagnosable anxiety disorder. Patti Garibay, founder of American Heritage Girls (AHG), a Christian scout-type leadership development program, urges parents to prioritize their daughters’ faith formation ahead of academics or athletics. She cites research from George Barna (The Barna Group), showing that when a child participates in faith-centered activities such as AHG in addition to regularly attending church, they are 75% more likely to carry their Christian faith into adulthood.


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    March 18, 2021 Hope for This Present Crisis - II

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    With a disregard for absolute truth in today’s culture, it has become essential that Christian families spend consistent time immersed in God’s Word. Pastor Michael Youssef, author of Hope for This Present Crisis, grew up under a socialist dictatorship and yearned to one day breathe America’s air of freedom inspired by its Christian heritage. Now a U.S. citizen, he’s become increasingly alarmed by the radical socialist agenda being taught in classrooms, and Christians being denied free speech.


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    March 17, 2021 Hope for This Present Crisis - I

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    Because mainstream America is no longer committed to biblical truth, our society is unraveling before our eyes. From our embrace of sexual immorality to socialistic policies, the ripple effect is spreading. World-renowned pastor, Dr. Michael Youssef, author of Hope for This Present Crisis, urges pastors to return to an orthodox, biblical Christianity. He explains that a watered-down gospel preached from fear-filled pulpits leads to parishioners willing to conform to a sin-stained world.


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    March 16, 2021 Stages of A Woman - II

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    When menopausal misery hits, women can experience hot flashes, headaches, anxiety and sometimes even deep depression. In this part 2 discussion, the late author Jean Lush explains that as a woman’s menstrual cycle ceases, her body changes and she will often lack energy, be on edge, and can have frequent, exhausting mood changes. Lush counsels husbands to be extra supportive during this time, and tells women they can look forward to greater energy on the other side.


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    March 15, 2021 Stages of A Woman - I

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    If you are a woman in your late 30’s or early 40’s, you may be experiencing a sense of general uneasiness, low self-worth and possibly even a withdrawal from some of the activities you once enjoyed. The late author Jean Lush had a good explanation: you likely could be premenopausal. In addition to any necessary medical treatment, she assures you that God will give you the grace you need to survive this season of change.


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    March 12, 2021 Connecting with Your Kids in the Age of Digital Disconnection

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    In 2021, having the old birds and bees conversation with your kids is no longer sufficient. In this age of smartphones, you’ll also need to talk with your teen about the dangerous world of sexting and pornography. David Eaton, founder of Axis, urges parents to consider giving their teens a Gabb cell phone, which can only call, text without pictures, and use GPS. Additionally, thanks to the Axis website, which features over 300 parent-empowering resources, you can develop an ongoing conversation to connect with your teen’s mind and heart.


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    March 11, 2021 Mom Strong - II

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    When moms feel broken and burdened by feelings of inadequacy, Heidi St. John, author ofBible Verses for Moms, reminds us that God’s strength is made perfect in our weakness. Heidi’s book provides Scriptural counsel on 80 alphabetical topics ranging from depression and discipline to weariness and worry. She urges women to network with other Christian moms with whom they can be vulnerable, because Satan loves an isolated target.


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    March 10, 2021 Mom Strong - I

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    Between the isolation of COVID-19 and the craziness in our culture, moms today can feel disconnected and overwhelmed. Heidi St. John, author ofBecoming MomStrong, reminds mothers to get into God’s Word, because we can't pass along to our kids what we don't possess ourselves. While the world has attempted to hijack motherhood and relegate it to little more than a stopover on the highway of life, parents need to see this season as precious and fleeting.


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    March 9, 2021 Motivating Your Child to Learn - II

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    Has learning become a burdensome chore for your childrenand an ongoing frustration for you as a parent, as well? In today’s edition of Family Talk, Cheri Fuller, author of Motivating Your Kids from Crayons to Careers, reminds parents that their own curiosity about the world around them can be infectious. She suggests engaging with your kids about their particular interests, talking about your Christian faith walk, sharing your experiences growing up, and possibly interviewing their grandparents, too. Doing so will help unwrap your child’s God-given gifts and ignite an unquenchable passion for learning.


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    March 8, 2021 Motivating Your Child to Learn - I

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    Young children have a God-inspired curiosity about the world around them, typically prompting a flood of questions. But with parents busier than ever, the danger is that we either ignore these questions or belittle them. Cheri Fuller, author of Motivating Your Kids from Crayons to Careers, urges parents to affirm their child’s desire to learnand, if you don’t readily know the answer to his or her question, look it up together.


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    March 5, 2021 Tribute to A Praying Mom

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    Fern Nichols was at her wit’s end, trying to deal with a rebellious, wayward son. Though in despair because of Ty’s worldly choices, she stayed on her knees in prayer for him. A former teacher and founder of Moms in Prayer International, Fern understood the power of Deuteronomy 3:22, which declares, Do not be afraid; the Lord your God Himself will fight for you. Thankfully, Ty was transformed by her prayers and God’s love, which brought him to repentance.


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    March 4, 2021 The Joy of Good News - II

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    Some people feel constricted by God’s rules, fearful that they’ll be missing out on living the good life. But in this Part 2 edition, humorist Ken Davis draws from his personal experience as a pilot in explaining that unless he abides by and respects the rules of aviation, he can’t expect a successful flight. Similarly, a man wedded to his compass truly has the freedom of the sea. And ironically, obeying God’s rule book isn’t constrictive but actually liberating!


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    March 3, 2021 The Joy of Good News - I

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    When Christian humorist Ken Davis was in high school, it was painfully obvious that he didn’t fit in, especially with the popular kids. By his own description, he had the hand-eye coordination of a carp. But after excelling at public speaking, he learned that he could live with having nothing to prove because his value as a person was forever established on the cross of Jesus Christ. Now he wants you to have the same level of peace.


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    March 2, 2021 We Will Not Be Silenced - II

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    On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Erwin Lutzer, author of We Will Not Be Silenced: Responding Courageously to Our Culture’s Assault on Christianity, continues his discussion with Dr. Tim Clinton about how the secular left wants to advance cultural Marxism in America. A key component is the sexualization of children through the public schools and the media. This will lead to more premarital sex, abortions, children born out of wedlock, and ultimately more of our kids becoming susceptible to Marxist principles.


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    March 1, 2021 We Will Not Be Silenced - I

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    The secular left doesn’t believe that America can be repaired. Instead, they say it must be destroyed and then replaced. But with what? We know that they are sympathetic to a cultural Marxism which would curb free speech, increase government control, destroy the nuclear family, and be hostile toward Christianity. But Dr. Erwin Lutzer, author of We Will Not Be Silenced: Responding Courageously to Our Culture’s Assault on Christianity, urges Christians to advocate for truth with gentleness.


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    February 26, 2021 The Destiny of Our Youth

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    Is the family becoming an endangered species? It is in some of America’s inner cities. According to the National Vital Statistics Report, published by the CDC, in 2015 over 70% of African-American children were born out of wedlock. Of the remaining 30%, half will likely lose their fathers to divorce or abandonment. Former NFL player Steve Fitzhugh’s passion is to reach out to and teach kids who are surrounded by a culture of drugs, violence, and futilityand to help them understand that God has an amazing plan for their lives.


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    February 25, 2021 The 3 R’s of Parenting - II

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    Many of today’s parents have been misled by the culture into believing that their job is to produce the next Mozart or champion athlete, and have lost sight of the idea that the family is God’s workshop for building men and women of character. Author John Rosemond explains why parents should limit TV and excessive toys, and focus on instilling respect, responsibility, and resourcefulness in their children.


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    February 24, 2021 The 3 R’s of Parenting - I

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    Long ago, the culture stopped listening to Grandma and her timeless wisdom for raising children. So today, we tend to focus too much on accomplishments, instead of prioritizing character development. John Rosemond, author of A Family of Value, talks about parental discipline, strengthening marriage, and creating a stable family by emphasizing the three R’srespect, responsibility, and resourcefulness.


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    February 23, 2021 Difficult and Disconnected Marriages - II

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    If you’re feeling trapped in a difficult or emotionally disconnected marriage, Dr. Sharon May of the Safe Haven Counseling Center has some good advice. First, recognize the argument cycles that you get stuck in. Second, take responsibility for the ways you react. Third, instead of becoming angry or shutting down, show kindness. And fourth, truly listen to your spouse.


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    February 22, 2021 Difficult and Disconnected Marriages - I

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    Married couples naturally long to feel connected, appreciated, vulnerable and intimate with each other. But the painful reality for many is that their difficult and emotionally-disconnected marriages have left them feeling uncertain, defensive, and self-protective. Licensed marriage counselor Dr. Sharon May reveals how to transition from viewing your spouse as the problem to making your marriage a safe haven.


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    February 19, 2021 Students Standing for Life

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    Under the Biden administration, the pro-life movement has two urgent concerns. First, is the rapid expansion of the use of chemical abortifacients in the U.S., which now account for nearly 50 percent of all abortions. And second is the vilification, slander and censorship of pro-life groups on social media by Big Tech, which label defenders of life as hate groupseven though today’s youth are actually more pro-life than ever before, according to Kristan Hawkins, President of Students for Life of America.


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    February 18, 2021 The Hope of Heaven - II

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    Sadly, many churches today fail to address the reality of the afterlife. But we know from Scripture that Heaven and hell are as real as day and night. Anne Graham Lotz, author ofHeaven: My Father's House, shares that for those who have confessed their sin and trusted Christ as their Savior, Heaven is the ultimate promise fulfilled. Just as a mother’s home-cooked meal beckons whenever an adult child returns home, Heaven will likewise be a warm and welcoming, personal destination.


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    February 17, 2021 The Hope of Heaven - I

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    Whether it’s reflecting on the loss of a loved one, or trying to explain why there are so many deaths on TV news, it is essential that parents equip their kids to cope by giving them the assurance of Heaven. Otherwise, contemplating the end of life can be a terrifying thing. In her beautifully illustrated book,Heaven: God’s Promise for Me, Anne Graham Lotz reminds us that our children and grandchildren can enjoy the peace and security that comes from knowing that Heaven can one day be their home when they’ve placed their trust in Jesus Christ.


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    February 16, 2021 Love Like You Mean It - II

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    Many people casually believe that marriage should be a 50/50 proposition. But they’re wrong. Because that would be describing a performance-based marriage, where a husband and wife are always keeping score. Bob Lepine, author of Love Like You Mean It, cautions that we simply need to serve each other, instead of asking, Did he or she pull their weight today? Inspired by Jesus Himself, Bob describes how both partners in a Christian marriage should always give 100%.


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    February 15, 2021 Love Like You Mean It - I

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    Contrary to the claims of pop culture, love is not singularly emotional, or even necessarily romantic. Biblically speaking, the cornerstone of marital love is an unflinching commitment to one’s spouse and a Christ-like posture of self-sacrifice. In Bob Lepine’s new book, Love Like You Mean It (based on 1 Corinthians 13), he explains that patience, kindness, and humility are like marital disinfectants which help wash away the toxins that can build up over time.


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    February 12, 2021 Pro-Life Legislation: What You Need to Know - II

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    Despite the fact that President Joe Biden has signed pro-abortion executive orders, God has been moving through the passage of Heartbeat Bills in 10 states (If a heartbeat is detected, the baby is protected against being aborted). On this edition of Family Talk, guest Janet Porter, author of A Heartbeat Away, says what was once impossible is now inevitable! We are going to end abortion. She believes that God will use the Heartbeat law to eventually overturn Roe v. Wade, thanks in part to President Trump’s three pro-life Supreme Court appointees.


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    February 11, 2021 Pro-Life Legislation: What You Need to Know - I

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    The premise of the Heartbeat Bill is simple: If a heartbeat is detected, the baby is protected against being aborted. Janet Porter’s work on behalf of the unborn over the past decade has resulted in 10 states passing Heartbeat Bills into law, and they’re gaining in popularity. According to public opinion research from The Barna Group, 7 in 10 Americans now support these bills, including 86% of Republicans and 55% of Democrats. In Janet’s latest book, A Heartbeat Away, she predicts that the Heartbeat Bill will eventually pierce the heart of Roe v. Wade.


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    February 10, 2021 Women Who Win

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    Many women today grapple with low self-esteem and self-confidence issues. Mary Crowley, author ofWomen Who Win, has a simple message for them: You are designed for fulfillment. God has a plan for your life. If women uphold the twin goals of honoring God and serving others, Mary is convinced they will experience success in their family and business lives. She also emphasizes the biblical principle that financial blessings are to be shared and not hoarded.


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    February 9, 2021 The Path Forward: We Must Stay in the Field

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    With the election of President Joe Biden, the temptation for conservatives might be to withdraw, pull the sheets over our heads, and ask God to wake us up in four years. But Christian talk show host Janet Parshall urges us to stay rooted in the Bible, remain engaged in the culture as Christ prescribes in John 17, and fervently pray and intercede for our leaders even if we don’t especially like them or agree with their policies.


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    February 8, 2021 Dr. Dobson on his February Newsletter: Where Do We Go from Here?

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    In his February newsletter entitled, Where Do We Go from Here?, Dr. James Dobson underscores his frustration that the U.S. Supreme Court sidestepped the issue of election integrity, and that both Georgia Senate seats were won by leftist Democrats in that state’s January runoff election. As a result, Americans will be burdened with a radical agenda. His advice? Like the faithful farmer who weathers the heat and rain, we who are conservative Christians must continue to stay in the fieldknowing that God gives strength to the weary.


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    February 5, 2021 Fighting for Those Who Can’t Fight for Themselves

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    Last year, 100,000 high school students with special needs were honored guests at a special prom called, A Night to Shine. Today, we talk with the creative vision behind that special night: Heisman Trophy winner, former NFL Quarterback and New York Mets baseball player Tim Tebow. His new children’s book, Bronco and Friends: A Party to Remember, illustrates that regardless of abilities or disabilities, all of God’s children are special, wonderful, and perfectly made by our Creator. Tune in to Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk.


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    February 4, 2021 The Jesus Who Surprises - II

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    When Jesus walked the earth, He was full of surprises. He most certainly surprised Cleopas and his friend who were grieving Jesus’ death as they walked on the road to Emmaus. Dee Brestin, author of The Jesus Who Surprises: Opening Our Eyes to His Presence in All of Life and Scripture, is today’s guest, and she notes that our focus on worldly troubles can often blind us to the fact that Jesus is near.


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    February 3, 2021 The Jesus Who Surprises - I

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    Dee Brestin was grieving the death of her husband of 39 years and feeling abandoned when she was reminded of a significant moment while attempting to nurse her colicky baby boy. After kicking and crying for ten minutes, he would finally calm down and latch on. Dee realized that, like her colicky baby, there’s no reason for any of us to throw a fit - because God is right there.


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    February 2, 2021 Dark Agenda: The War to Destroy Christian America - II

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    Raised by communist parents, David Horowitz was once a strong voice for the American Left in the 1960s. But after awakening to the evil it was doing, this Jewish writer went on to embrace American exceptionalism birthed from Protestant Christianity. Horowitz, author ofDark Agenda: The War to Destroy Christian America,explains that the real reason for the visceral hatred of Donald Trump is because he threatened the Left's agenda.


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    February 1, 2021 Dark Agenda: The War to Destroy Christian America - I

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    With the inauguration of President Joe Biden and the Democrats taking control of both chambers of Congress, American Christians need to prepare for the imposition of a radical leftist agenda. Best-selling author David Horowitz, once himself an adherent of liberal policies, reveals why leftist doctrine is a bankrupt worldview. In his book,Dark Agenda: The War to Destroy Christian America,Horowitz warns that if this liberal administration is allowed to kill off American Judeo-Christian values, then our freedoms could be next.


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    January 29, 2021 From Survive to Thrive - II

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    Pastor Samuel Rodriguez came down with a case of COVID-19, but he believes that his emphasis on taking care of his body and living a healthy lifestyle created a firewall that kept him asymptomatic. He says that Christians likewise need to make the effort to fortify their marriages and keep family relationships healthy. He talks with co-host Dr. Tim Clinton about how to thrive in your walk with God, especially in these trying times.


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    January 28, 2021 From Survive to Thrive - I

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    Pastor Samuel Rodriguez describes how the world is divided into three types of people. Using the biblical narrative as metaphor, he believes that we are either enduring Egyptian bondage, wandering in the desert, or thriving in the Promised Land. Today, Pastor Sammy, author ofFrom Survive to Thrive, contends thatthe majority of people are in perpetual survival mode. He challenges Christians not to be content with merely eating manna in the desert, but rather seeking milk and honey!


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    January 27, 2021 Words of Kindness, Source of Healing

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    The late Florence Littauer grew up with her family in three small rooms behind her father’s general store during the Great Depression. She vividly remembered once overhearing a customer tell her mother, It's a shame there's no hope for your children! Thankfully, Florence’s father, who had the gift of encouragement, built her up into a great woman and world-renowned Christian leader. Proverbs 18:21 declares that Life and death is in the tongue. On this edition of Family Talk, Florence explains that our words should be like silver boxes with bows on top.


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    January 26, 2021 The Biography of God - II

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    When Skip Heitzig was a teenager he ran afoul of the law, but his mother always covered him with her unconditional love. On today’s edition, this now senior pastor of Calvary Church in Albuquerque explains how even his mother’s unfailing love pales in comparison with God’s infinite love.


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    January 25, 2021 The Biography of God - I

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    As a teen growing up in Southern California in the 1960s, Skip Heitzig strayed mightily in the haze of a lost culture. But miraculously, on his 18th birthday, he watched a Billy Graham crusade on TV and committed his life to Christ. Today, he is pastor of Calvary Church in Albuquerque. On this edition, Skip discusses his new book, Biography of God, and expands upon the two big questions he had long wrestled with: Does God exist? And if He does, Is it possible to know Him?


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    January 22, 2021 Setting a Higher Standard - II

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    The world in which we live teaches us that we are merely the sum of our sensations. Today’s generation is making a choice between nihilismthe belief that life is meaninglessand values that are grounded in Scripture. On this part two edition, Dr. Bill Bennett, author of the best-sellingBook of Virtues,warns that the popular culture is having a corroding effect, leading to the loss of innocence.


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    January 21, 2021 Setting a Higher Standard - I

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    Popular culture has seduced Americans with the false promise that seeking happiness instead of God’s will should be life’s goal. The message is that if you’re not happy, then find a new religion, a new spouse, or even a new family. On today’s broadcast, Dr. Bill Bennett asserts that having a healthy marriage and family depends upon an unflinching commitment, especially when times are tough.


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    January 20, 2021 Promise Keepers: Men and Marriage in 2021

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    For Christian men to be spiritual leaders in their homes, they need to possess the fear of the Lord. That’s one of the fundamental messages shared by Ken Harrison, chairman of Promise Keepers men’s ministry. On today’s edition, Ken and co-host Dr. Tim Clinton candidly discuss the lure of pornography, along with finding true intimacy with your wife, and the necessity of praying together as a couple.


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    January 19, 2021 Revival Rising - II

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    Through the unconditional love of a horse and God’s mercy, Kim Meeder’s hope was restored after tragically losing her parents when she was only nine years of age. On this part two edition, Kim describes how Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch pairs rescued horses with hurting kids to create healing where once there was only brokenness. She also relates an emotional story of how God used her to save a drowning man, and describes the spiritual application of sharing Christ with unbelievers before they perish.


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    January 18, 2021 Revival Rising - I

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    At nine years of age, Kim Meeder tragically became an orphan in the blink of an eye. On today’s Family Talk, you’ll discover how she found indescribable solace in the presence of her horse and learned that God loves her unconditionally. As an adult, Kim felt led to replicate the Christian healing she experienced by founding Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch in Bend, Oregon, where she pairs rescued horses with broken children.


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    January 15, 2021 A Compassionate Argument for ProLife: A Dr.'s Perspective - II

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    In parttwo of thisinformative discussion,Dr. Lile and Dr. Clinton discuss thelife-longeffectsthatabortionwill haveon a woman,equating it incompassionate terms to amiscarriage. Theyshed light on thedamage,pain andpsychological scars that this single decision can have on the unassuming person who is seeking to rid herself of a problem. Often times postpartumdepression, shame, guilt, and in some cases, even suicide, can accompany this traumatic event in awoman’s life. But there is hope. Drs. Lile and Clinton discuss God’s healing grace and the promise of forgiveness that can cover even the most egregious sin. They close this interview by reminding listeners they are not alone. There are resources andunderstandingpeople ready to help a frightened girl or woman who is struggling with an unplanned pregnancy.The program concludes with a sorrowful acknowledgement of the 48thanniversary of Roe v. Wade, and a thank you to Dr. Dobson for staying in the fight andleading thestandfor righteousness sincethe Supreme Court rendered its wicked decision to legalize abortion.


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    January 14, 2021 A Compassionate Argument for ProLife: A Dr.'s Perspective - I

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    Family Talks regularcontributor, Dr.William Lile, the Pro-lifeDoc,sits down with Dr. Clinton to discussthe increasingthreatsfacingthe pro-life movement, due to a new administrationenteringthe White House. Dr. Lile describes the dangerousnew trend ofincreasingprescription abortionpills.He elaborates that its not just the morning after pill, but rather abortion on-demand, and it can be used up to 10 weeks into a pregnancy. This horrible drug, which is sold in a simple capsule, could soon become a mail-order prescription, easily accessed without any true medical supervision and becoming widespread across the country.
    Dr. Clintondraws on his expertise to explain thepsychologicaleffectsthatabortionhas onthe mother and fatherwho choose to abort their baby. This conversation is for maturelisteners, but isvitalcontent for all people of faith.Dr. Lile and Dr. Clintonclosepart 1of their discussionby revealing the worst culprittothis tragedyPlannedParenthood, andexplainwhat listenerscan do to express their outrage to theirrepresentatives at the state and federal levels.


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    January 13, 2021 America’s Coming Implosion

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    In order to bring down a building, demolition crews use a process called implosion to weaken the structures support systems from within. Today Pastor Robert Jeffress explains how symbolically that effective form of destruction is happening to America. He walks through 3 key examples of our countries outright rejection of its Judeo-Christian roots.


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    January 12, 2021 Turn Your Season Around - II

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    In Luke 12, Jesus warned His followers to be on guard against all kinds of greed. On this inspiring broadcast, Dr. Tim Clinton concludes his interview with former Major League baseball player, Darryl Strawberry. He continues to reflect on the destructive lifestyle he was saved from, and explains why our past scars are a testament to Gods grace.


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    January 11, 2021 Turn Your Season Around - I

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    Former baseball star and World Series champion Darryl Strawberry had a seemingly successful life. However, the fame and fortune of being a professional athlete led to a very destructive and harmful lifestyle. Today Darryl talks with Dr. Tim Clinton about this dark season and the way God radically changed his future.


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    January 8, 2021 The Importance of the Family - II

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    The centerpiece of society is not the government, schools or the church; it is the family. On this edition ofFamily Talk,listen to the remainder of a stirring presentation on this topic fromthe late Bible teacher Howard Hendricks. He further exposes the harmful effects that secularism and materialism have had on the Christian home, and then implores the next generation to stand for godly values.


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    January 7, 2021 The Importance of the Family - I

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    The family is the foundation of our entire society. Today onFamily Talk, you will hear from the late Bible teacher Howard Hendricks, who lays out reasons why this institution is essential to the health and well-being of our nation. Through this timeless presentation, Professor Hendricks talks about the disappearance of the traditional home, and describes the negative impact that culture and even the church has had on the family.


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    January 6, 2021 Marriage with Grace and Honor

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    Is there tension in your marriage? Does it seem like you and your spouse bicker and argue about everything? ThisFamily Talkbroadcast will offer encouragement through Dr. Dobsons classic interview with the late best-selling and marriage therapist, Gary Smalley. These two men discuss the ways that pride and hurtful words eat away at relationships. Gary also emphasizes the importance of honor, respect and validation in every marriage.


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    January 5, 2021 Know Yourself, Know Your Money

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    Countless families have been financially blindsided by the 2020 pandemic. On this edition ofFamily Talk,author and personal finance expert, Rachel Cruze, shares what we can do to get back on our feet. She and Dr. Dobson address peoples anxieties and behaviors toward money, and then identify biblical principles for becoming financially stable.


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    January 4, 2021 We've Never Been This Way Before

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    The uncertainty that has rocked our world in 2020 has caused many to wonder where God has been. Today onFamily Talk,Dr. James Dobson speaks to that concern with Dr. R.T. Kendall, author ofWeve Never Been This Way Before.Dr. Kendall points out how Americas moral waywardness may have led to these many months of turmoil. Hear why we must humbly return to God.


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    January 1, 2021 Dr. Ed Young Interviews Dr. James Dobson

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    Today as Family Talk concludes their 2020 Best of Broadcast retrospective, youll hear Dr. James Dobsons touching conversation with his longtime friend, Pastor Ed Young. In June of 2019, Dr. Dobson appeared at Pastor Youngs church for Fathers Day. Dr. Dobson talked about the impact his dad had on his life, and illustrated why boys and girls desperately desire a meaningful relationship with their own fathers.


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    December 31, 2020 Forgiving What You Can’t Forget - II

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    When were deeply wounded by someone weve trusted, forgiveness is oftentimes the furthest thought in our minds. On this edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson continues his interview with Lysa TerKeurst, president of Proverbs 31 Ministries. She explains that our call to forgive stems from Gods undeserved grace toward us.


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    December 30, 2020 Forgiving What You Can’t Forget - I

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    Turning the other cheek, as Jesus commanded in Scripture, is especially difficult after weve been hurt by a loved one. Today on this Family Talk 2020 Best of Broadcast,Dr. James Dobson discusses the topic of forgiveness with the president of Proverbs 31 Ministries, Lysa TerKeurst. She opens up about the painful discovery of her husbands infidelity, and describes how Dr. Dobsons book, Love Must Be Tough, helped heal her marriage.


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    December 29, 2020 Talking to Your Kids in Times of Crisis - II

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    As people are being confined to their homes due to COVID-19, a lot of families are spending more time together than ever before. Today onFamily Talk,Dr, James Dobson and Dr. Tim Clinton continue discussing the opportunity parents have to reconnect with their children. The two men walk through 6 critical ways that moms and dads can help their kids process this crisis.


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    December 28, 2020 Talking to Your Kids in Times of Crisis - I

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    In the midst of this pandemic, there is a startling rise in mental health issues. Today,Family Talkcontinues their2020 Best of Broadcast by highlightingDr. James Dobsons conversation with Dr. Tim Clinton. They examine how anxiety and depression are impacting kids during this crisis. Theyalso challenge parents to be more attuned to their sons and daughters needs, especially if their home life is unstable.


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    December 25, 2020 The Stars and Scars of Christmas - II

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    Why did Jesus leave Heaven to become a baby, and eventually endure a cruel death? On this special Christmas Day edition ofFamily Talk, the late PastorAdrian Rogers will answer that important question. Through his classic sermon, Pastor Rogers will share what Jesus scars reveal to us, and how they remind us that through Christs sacrifice, we have been given new life.


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    December 24, 2020 The Stars and Scars of Christmas - I

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    Around 2000 years ago, Jesus came to earth as a humble baby, sentenced to die for the sins of mankind. Today,well hear more about Christs life through a presentation from the late Pastor Adrian Rogers. He considers how the scars Jesus received from the cross reveal His loving-kindness and compassion for us.


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    December 23, 2020 Thriving in Love and Money - II

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    When husbands and wives argue over money, there are usually deeper, relational problems under the surface. Today as Family Talk continues its 2020 Best of Broadcast, Dr. James Dobson wraps up his interview with best-selling author and social researcher, Shaunti Feldhahn. She provides helpful insights from her book, Thriving in Love and Money. Shaunti explains why many couples resist being a united team in their budgeting, and she breaks down how miscommunication can plague their finances.


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    December 22, 2020 Thriving in Love and Money - I

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    The number one topic that Jesus addressed during His earthly ministry was money. Today, Dr. James Dobson sits down with best-selling author and social researcher, Shaunti Feldhahn. The two discuss her latest book, Thriving in Love and Money, and consider why couples clash over finances. She and Dr. Dobson also examine the different fears men and women have about money.


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    December 21, 2020 Sec. of State Mike Pompeo on Our Changing Role in Global Affairs

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    Americas influence on the world stage is due, in part, to our strong government leaders. On thisFamily Talk2020 Best of Broadcast, Dr. James Dobson talks with the U.S. Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo. They discuss various issues involving Americas global position, including the COVID-19 crisis, and the threats of communist China. Secretary Pompeo also talks about his strong faith in Jesus, and his passion for protecting religious liberty.


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    December 18, 2020 Walking in Victory - II

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    Believers in the 21st century are engaged in a fierce fight against a wicked culture and the plots of the devil. Today as Family Talk revisits another 2020 Best of Broadcast, you will hear how we can have victory in our lives with the help of Jesus. Today author and evangelist Priscilla Shirer addresses the spiritual war that is being fought for our souls. She warns that Satan preys on lazy, apathetic Christians. Listen to the importance of putting on the full armor of God, especially the breastplate of righteousness, and commit to right living, that invites the favor of God on your life.


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    December 17, 2020 Walking in Victory - I

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    When we stumble in our Christian walk, we often blame others instead of recognizing the devils schemes against us. On this Family Talk broadcast, popular author and evangelist Priscilla Shirer talks about the spiritual warfare that surrounds us every day. She says that Satan wants you to think that just because he's invisible, he's also fictional. But hes real, and you will see his fingerprints in the chaos, the strife, the jealousy, and the pride in your life. She teaches from Ephesians 6, and urges Christians to put on the full armor of God.


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    December 16, 2020 Be Still and Know God: Get Your Life Back - II

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    Psalm 46 reminds us tobe still and know God,a concept largely lost in the constant busyness of our culture. Dr. James Dobsontalkswith author John Eldredgeabout his new bookGet Your Life Back:Everyday Practices for a World Gone Mad.He explains the dangers of a distracted, technology-addicted lifestyle andthen suggests thatwe practice the One Minute Pause, along withsoaking up Gods creation, and turning offour phonesnotifications. As we unplug from the fight or flight culture, our stress-triggered cortisol levelsgo down, and we can begin to learn how tocast our cares upon the Lord.


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    December 15, 2020 Be Still and Know God: Discerning Wild at Heart - I

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    If men didnt grow up with fatherswho validated and loved them, they willoftenturn to women and even porn to find that validation. Dr. James Dobson talks withJohn Eldredge, author of the best-sellingWild at Heart,about the father wound.A boy looks to his dad,asking, "Do I have what it takes? Can I be a man? Am I strong? Am I brave? At the start of Jesus ministry, God the Father validated Him, saying, This is my Son in whom I am well pleased. Jesus came to heal the brokenhearted and set the captives freeandHe can heal the father wound in the lives of men today.


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    December 14, 2020 Breaking the Argument Cycle in Marriage

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    Conflict is a predictable part of every marriage, but it shouldnt become a habit. Today, as Family Talk continues its 2020 Best of Broadcast, you will hear Dr. Tim Clinton and Dr. Sharon May discuss the idea of healthy arguing. The two doctors reveal what triggers an argument and explain the ways anger and guardedness can erode a marriage.


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    December 11, 2020 Dr. Dobson Shares About His Dad - II

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    Boys were created with a desire to seek out a godly example of masculinity, which is why the father/son bond is so important. Today Dr. Dobson continues to reflect on his significant relationship with his own dad. He walks through his early childhood years, and points out the ways in which his father sacrificed for their family.


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    December 10, 2020 Dr. Dobson Shares About His Dad - I

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    Fathers play such a critical role in the lives of their children, especially their young boys. On this 2020 Best of Broadcast edition, youll hear a speech Dr. Dobson gave which focused on the heartfelt memories of his father. He began by highlighting the importance of a masculine influence on a young boy, and then expressed the most substantial lessons he learned from his dad.


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    December 9, 2020 The Heart of the Story: Tough Love in Marriage - III

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    Even when marriages endure extreme hardships, reconciliation is still possible. Today Dr.Dobsonconcludes his 3-part discussion with Tracey Russell, whose marriage was saved using concepts from Dr. Dobsons book,Love Must Be Tough.Traceys husband, Mark, also joins the conversation, and shares his perspective of the turbulent ups and downs in their relationship.


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    December 8, 2020 The Heart of the Story: Tough Love in Marriage - II

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    40 years ago, Dr. Dobson wroteLove Must Be Toughto encourage couples to fightforeach otherwhenadversity comes. On this 2020 Best of Broadcast, youllcontinue to hear how that best-selling book changed the life of author and speaker, Tracey Russell. She explains the difficulty of living alone after she let her husband, Mark, walk away.


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    December 7, 2020 The Heart of the Story: Tough Love in Marriage - I

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    God created marriage to honor and reflect Him, which is why Satan works so tirelessly to destroy that marital bond. This informativebroadcast highlights Dr. Dobsons popular book,Love Must Be Tough,through a real-life story of a relationship that it impacted. Author and speaker Tracey Russell shareshow she applied principles fromLove Must Be Toughto save her failing marriage.


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    December 4, 2020 Brain Health 101

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    The human brain is a wonderfully complex organ, and its our responsibility to intentionally care for it. On thisFamily Talkbroadcast,Dr. Tim Clinton talks with renowned psychiatrist and neuroscientist, Dr. Daniel Amen, about his decades of research in studying the brain. He identifies various physical threats to mental health, and how we can better appreciate and nurture our amazing brains, on this 2020 Best of Broadcast edition ofDr. James Dobsons Family Talk.


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    December 3, 2020 The Harbinger II: The Return - III

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    Is there hope for the United States to turn back to God? On this edition ofFamily Talk,Dr. James Dobson engages in a riveting conversation with best-selling author and prophetic teacher, Messianic Rabbi Jonathan Cahn. They dive deep into his newest book,TheHarbingerII,and explore the recurring theme of repentance. They emphasize Americas need to reconcile its biblical roots and to pray earnestly for our country.


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    December 2, 2020 The Harbinger II: The Return - II

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    Is the out-of-control pandemic and exploding civil unrest Gods judgement on our country? On todaysFamily Talkbroadcast, author and prophetic teacher, Messianic Rabbi Jonathan Cahn ponders that question with Dr. James Dobson. They examine how God punished ancient Israel for its waywardness and what that could mean for us, considering Americas rampant immorality. Rabbi Cahn also points to various warnings the United States has ignored in its embrace of ungodliness.


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    December 1, 2020 The Harbinger II: The Return - I

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    Throughout the month of December,Family Talkwill be replaying some of their most popular broadcasts from the past year. On this edition, Dr. James Dobson interviews author and prophetic teacher, Messianic Rabbi Jonathan Cahn, who warns how 2020 is a pivotal year and shares some of the major revelations brought to light in his newest book,The Harbinger II.


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    November 30, 2020 The Path of Endurance

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    The missionary Jim Elliot once wrote, He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain that which he cannot lose. On this edition ofFamily Talk,youll learn how he ultimately gave his life to minister to an unreached group of people in the Amazonian jungle of Ecuador. In a recorded speech, his wife, the late Elisabeth Elliot Gren, describes their relationship and their mutual willingness to submit to Gods plans, no matter the outcome.


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    November 27, 2020 How to Turn Thanksgiving Into Thanks-living - II

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    In the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, we can sometimes lose sight of the reason for our celebration. On todaysFamily Talk, Dr. James Dobson shares a recorded sermon from the late pastor Adrian Rogers on the subject of biblical thankfulness. He highlights ancient Israels approach to gratefulness in the Tabernacle, and explains how Christians today can honor God.


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    November 26, 2020 How to Turn Thanksgiving Into Thanks-living - I

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    What does it mean to be truly grateful in the eyes of God? On this Thanksgiving edition ofFamily Talk,we listen to a special recorded message from the late, great pastor Adrian Rogers. He takes a close look at some of the instances where the word sacrifice is used in Scripture, and considers how we can show our appreciation to God by offering our lives, prayers and praises to Him.


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    November 25, 2020 Victorious! The David Ring Story - III

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    Joshua 1:9 says, Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you. Today onFamily Talk,author, evangelist and motivational speaker David Ring opens up with Dr. James Dobson about living with cerebral palsy. He elaborates on the deep depression that stalked him in his early adult life, and implores each of us to trust God with our pain and struggles, no matter what.


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    November 24, 2020 Victorious! The David Ring Story - II

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    A childrens nursery rhyme whimsically suggests that life is but a dream, but to those suffering with childhood disabilities, life may at times seem more like a nightmare. On this edition ofFamily Talk, author, evangelist and motivational speaker David Ring talks about how he conquered the many physical challenges of living with cerebral palsy by not complaining but praising God.


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    November 23, 2020 Victorious! The David Ring Story - I

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    Left to die on a table after his birth, author, evangelist and motivational speaker David Rings life is a miraculous story and a testimony to Gods faithfulness. Today onFamily Talk,David shares how he overcame many obstacles in his life, including growing up with cerebral palsy and being orphaned at the age of 14.


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    November 20, 2020 Engaging Your Teen’s World

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    The intimidating evolution of technology and social media have created a virtual chasm between children and their parents today. On this edition of Family Talk, Dr. Tim Clinton dissects this tough subject with David Eaton, president of Axis, an organization dedicated to helping parents bridge the communication gap. They examine the addictive relationship teens have with their smartphones, and provide tips for parents on developing constructive dialogues with their kids.