Kids And Family Podcasts

         CARM Radio Show Podcasts show

CARM Radio Show PodcastsJoin Now to Follow

Matt Slick LIVE of CARM.org and guests in discussion of topics and questions concerning Jesus, Bible, Theology, Faith and Apologetics in Christianity.

By CARM.org Administration

Adventures in Imperfect Living Catholic Podcast with Greg and Jennifer Willits show

Adventures in Imperfect Living Catholic Podcast with Greg and Jennifer WillitsJoin Now to Follow

Podcasting since 2005 and married 10 years longer than that, it’s your weekly dose of helping you navigate through YOUR adventures in Life, Catholicism, and Ridiculousness by sharing our own. The original Catholic podcasting couple!

By Greg and Jennifer Willits

Catholic in a Smalltown Podcast show

Catholic in a Smalltown PodcastJoin Now to Follow

In this weekly podcast, Mac and Katherine, who are Catholic converts, talk about raising kids, Catholic issues, scouting, movies, books, games, podcasts and anything else that comes up. Mac and Katherine have been podcasting since 2006.

By Mac and Katherine Barron

The Mark Gungor Show show

The Mark Gungor ShowJoin Now to Follow

Listen or watch the Mark Gungor Show every Monday. Join Mark and co-hosts Diane Brierley and Phil Gungor as they discuss any and all issues concerning life, love and marriage. This is your opportunity to hear Mark answer your questions. Mark is the creator of the Laugh Your Way to a Better Marriage seminar, and one of the most sought-after speakers in the country on marriage and family.

By Mark Gungor

The Boundless Show show

The Boundless ShowJoin Now to Follow

The Boundless Show is a fun and feisty weekly podcast for single young adults that gives a Christian perspective on dating, culture, career and faith. Our host, Lisa Anderson, isn’t afraid to get all up in your bitnit with hilarious, edgy interviews with an always changing roundtable panel, cultural influencers, and experts who answer your tough questions about all things dating, friendship, adulthood and life in general. Ask us your question and it might be featured on the podcast. Email questions to editor@boundless.org. You can also connect with us at www.boundless.org and join our community for Christian young adults who want to grow up, own their faith, date with purpose, and prepare for marriage and family.

By Boundless.org

Building Relationships show

Building RelationshipsJoin Now to Follow

Building Relationships is a weekly 54-minute program offering life-changing insight and realistic advice rooted in the Word of God. Hosted by bestselling author Dr. Gary Chapman, Chris Fabry and Andrea Fabry, Building Relationships is designed to provide fun and informative, practical help for your marriage.

By Dr. Gary Chapman and Moody Publishers

Life.Church: Craig Groeschel iPod/iPhone show

Life.Church: Craig Groeschel iPod/iPhoneJoin Now to Follow

Life.Church is one church in multiple locations. Listen weekly to the relevant Biblical teaching from Life.Church that inspires and changes thousands of peoples lives. Visit Life.Church online at www.life.church for additional messages.

By Life.Church: Craig Groeschel

Life.Church: Craig Groeschel Audio show

Life.Church: Craig Groeschel AudioJoin Now to Follow

Life.Church is one church in multiple locations. Listen weekly to the relevant Biblical teaching from Life.Church that inspires and changes thousands of peoples lives. Visit Life.Church online at www.life.church for additional messages.

By Life.Church: Craig Groeschel

FDR Fireside Chats and Speeches show

FDR Fireside Chats and SpeechesJoin Now to Follow

When President Franklin D. Roosevelt took office in 1933, one in four Americans was out of work nationally, but in some cities and some industries unemployment was well over 50 percent. Equally troubling were the bank panics. Between 1929 and 1931, 4,000 banks closed for good; by 1933 the number rose to more than 9,000, with $2.5 billion in lost deposits. Banks never have as much in their vaults as people have deposited, and if all depositors claim their money at once, the bank is ruined. Millions of Americans lost their money because they arrived at the bank too late to withdraw their savings. The panics raised troubling questions about credit, value, and the nature of capitalism itself. And they made clear the unpredictable relationship between public perception and general financial health—the extent to which the economy seemed to work as long as everyone believed that it would. To stop the run on banks, many states simply closed their banks the day before Roosevelt’s inauguration. Roosevelt himself declared a four-day “bank holiday” almost immediately upon taking office and made a national radio address on Sunday, March 12, 1933, to explain the banking problem. Then until 1944 FDR spoke to America as the depression gave rise to World War II.

By Humphrey Camardella Productions

Theater Of The Mind show

Theater Of The MindJoin Now to Follow

Theater of The Mind is the place were we set our imaginations free. Listening to these great shows will take you back to the only source of news and entertainment for America. Listening will allow you to imagine what the characters look like and the adventures will fill your mind with wonders that only your mind can.

By Ken Gough