Offering tremendous hope in the face of our global pandemic, evangelist Lee Strobel describes how we can overcome fear by entrusting our lives to God and meditating on His faithfulness. Lee offers practical suggestions for alleviating our uncertainty, including praying, giving thanks, and turning anxiety-inducing ‘what if’ questions into courses of action that are reassuring.
On Part 1 of this weekend's program, Dr. Francis Collins, Director of the National Institutes of Health, shares his expert knowledge about the coronavirus pandemic, highlighting what families need to know and encouraging us all to respond to this crisis with faith and common sense. On Part 2, NFL chaplain Jonathan Evans and his wife, Kanika, offer parents practical ideas for effectively leading family devotions.
On Part 1 of this weekend's program, Jonathan McKee offers advice to parents on how they can help their teen sons win the four common battles every young man faces – self-image, screens, sexual temptation, and substance abuse. On Part 2, counselor Terra Mattson describes how today's culture is influencing girls to doubt their sense of self-worth through the emotional turmoil caused by doubt, fear, and negative body image. She offers advice for empowering your daughter to overcome these struggles by affirming her God-given value, boosting her confidence, and helping her cultivate healthy friendships.
On Part 1 of this weekend's program, Connie Albers offers parents practical advice for overcoming challenges they face in rearing their teenage children in a discussion based on her book, Parenting Beyond the Rules: Raising Teens With Confidence and Joy. On Part 2, Kathi Lipp offers insight into the emotional and spiritual issues that may be leading you to cling to stuff you don't need, and suggests practical ways to de-clutter your home so that it becomes a place of greater comfort and peace.
On Part 1 of this weekend's program, Pastor Ted Cunningham shares humorous stories from life with his spouse to illustrate how laughter is a key component for a thriving and lasting marriage. On Part 2, counselors Stephen James and Chip Dodd encourage parents to let go of perfectionism and to give themselves grace when they make mistakes.
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