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Focus on the Family with Jim Daly

Christian talk radio with Jim Daly



March 22

Foster Care to Adoption: 5 Questions to Consider

If you’re hoping to adopt a child, becoming a foster parent is often a great way to bring into your home a child who may, under the right circumstances, become a part of your family.

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About Focus on the Family with Jim Daly

Hosted by Jim Daly, President and CEO of Focus on the Family, this half-hour program is the cornerstone of Focus on the Family's home-strengthening outreach. Focus on the Family provides biblically-based advice for marriage and parenting with heart-touching stories and help for families.

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4 Truths Homeschooling Moms Need to Know

The day to day homeschooling, mothering, and housework can take a toll. One veteran homeschooling mom tells you why it's worth it all.

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Hope and Encouragement for Military Families

Military service places unique stressors on family life. We honor the sacrifice that our servicemen and women make for our country but what about their spouses? The wife of a U. S. Coastguardsman discusses the unique challenges that many military families face -- and how you can help!

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Monday, May 27

Preventing Child Sexual Exploitation Today

Christian athlete Tim Tebow urged lawmakers to combat child sexual exploitation by funding a fully-equipped rescue team.

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Monday, May 27

Mark and Rosie Makinney: Fighting Porn in Marriage Part 2

How do we fight against pornography in marriage? Greg and Erin wrap their conversation with Mark and Rosie Makinney on this important topic.. Also we continue our conversation with Focus on the Family Counselor Geremy Keeton. Geremy discusses setting boundaries and what counseling looks like in dealing with porn in a marriage. Later we get a question from one of our listeners about dealing with conflicting personalities in their marriage.

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Monday, May 27

Honoring the Fallen

One million. That’s a big number. But on today of all days, that number takes on even greater value and significance. That’s because today is Memorial Day, the day we remember over one million Americans who have died in war on behalf of us all. That figure is astounding by itself. But it’s even more sobering when you reflect on this: every one of those one million has a name, and behind every name is a family whose entire world changed forever because that soldier didn’t come home alive.

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