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.
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.
As a teen growing up in Southern California in the 1960's, 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?
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 nihilism--the belief that life is meaningless--and values that are grounded in Scripture. On this part two edition, Dr. Bill Bennett, author of the best-selling Book of Virtues, warns that the popular culture is having a corroding effect, leading to the loss of innocence.
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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