Feel lost in the crowd? Brant Hanson talks about the Taylor Swift phenomenon and how some feel left out at church. If you doubt, Brant discusses misfit Christians, the stigma around doubt, and the importance of open conversations. Join us as we look at the different gifts in the church and why it's important to understand and include introverts.
FamilyLife is passionate about helping families pursue the relationships that matter most. Hosted by Dave and Ann Wilson the daily FamilyLife Today® program offers practical help and biblical hope for the challenges facing today’s families—all in a setting that is candid, honest and entertaining too.
How can you create a safe place at home geared toward food and body image? Campbell Brown and therapist, Sissy Goff, share insight on addressing teenage eating disorders, body image concerns, and emotional well-being in kids.
Who does God say we are? Campbell Brown opens up about overcoming her body image issues and eating disorder as she integrates a Christian perspective on mental health.
"Our marriage feels off, but I can't pinpoint why. How can I be working on my marriage while running on fumes?" David and Meg Robbins recognize the signs of strain and provide practical advice for addressing them. Discover insights to strengthen your relationship. David and Meg are contributors to FamilyLife's all-new Art of Marriage group study! To learn more or order your copy, visit artofmarriage.com.
Wondering why you feel constantly drained and emotionally exhausted? David and Meg Robbins walk through the passage of Psalm 23 highlighting the intimate and caring relationship between God and His people. Find the rest your soul's been craving. David and Meg are contributors to FamilyLife's all-new Art of Marriage group study! To learn more or order your copy, visit artofmarriage.com.
Life is hectic--and finding time for intimacy feels impossible. How can we keep our connection strong amidst all the crazy? David and Meg Robbins find out how to manage overwhelming busyness, offering tangible approaches to build stronger intimacy. David and Meg are contributors to FamilyLife's all-new Art of Marriage group study! To learn more or order your copy, visit artofmarriage.com.