Dr. James Dobson's Family Talk
Summary: Be encouraged and uplifted to build your family upon enduring truths that are built upon God's word. Whether it's marriage tips or how to raise your sons and daughters, Dr. Dobson and his guests will help you build a stronger marriage and family.
According to research from Enough is Enough, America is the top consumer of pornography with 4 in 10 people believing these images are morally acceptable. On this edition, Dr. Dobson concludes his interview with author Nancy Blake. She reveals why she initially blamed herself for her first husband’s addiction to pornography and how she depended on God through this betrayal. Nancy also talks about getting remarried and the healing that she continues to experience.
Pornography is an evil that warps the minds of many young people, with an addiction stronger than most drugs. On this broadcast, Dr. Dobson welcomes author Nancy Blake to the Family Talk studios. She opens up about her first husband's struggles with pornography, which eventually destroyed their marriage. Hear how she recovered from this heartbreak and what she is doing to help other women in similar circumstances.
Many kids in the 21st century have an unhealthy attitude of entitlement which is often perpetuated by their parents. On this edition, author and parenting blogger Kay Wills Wyma, talks to Dr. Dobson about this subject through her book Cleaning House. She examines the damaging effects of 'helicopter parenting' while providing practical advice to parents on how to ready their children for the real world.
In 1 Kings, King Solomon charged the Israelites to be 'wholly devoted to the Lord.' On this classic broadcast, retired LAPD officer Bob Vernon talks about the importance of maintaining our Christian walk. He highlights 3 prayers we must constantly say in order to rid ourselves of sin and remain faithful to God.
Researchers have found that nearly 1 in 4 women are victims of abuse from their supposed loving partner. On this edition, Dr. Tim Clinton continues his conversation about domestic violence with licensed psychotherapist, Dr. Barry Lord. He describes an abused woman's feelings of imprisonment and why she keeps this abuse secret from everyone. Hear what the church can do to help those in violent situations at home.
For nearly 40 years, October has been observed as Domestic Violence Awareness month. On this broadcast, Dr. Tim Clinton talks to licensed psychotherapist Dr. Barry Lord, about this growing problem of abuse. Dr. Lord shares shocking statistics on this pervasive issue and why protecting victims is paramount. The two also explain how spousal abuse breaks the bond of trust in a marriage.
On this broadcast, Dr. Dobson concludes his insightful conversation with best-selling author and international evangelist, Anne Graham Lotz. She continues to reveal the profound lessons she discovered about the Holy Spirit while experiencing the darkest days of her life. Anne provides evidence for the Holy Spirit all throughout Scripture and explains His role as advocate, intercessor, and constant companion.
Before ascending into Heaven, Jesus promised to send us another comforter for us to rely on. On this broadcast, Dr. Dobson welcomes best-selling author and evangelist Anne Graham Lotz to the Family Talk studios. Anne shares how the Holy Spirit ministered to her after losing her husband and father, and being diagnosed with cancer.
On this edition, you will hear the conclusion to one of Dr. Dobson's favorite interviews featuring Super Bowl winning coach, Tony Dungy. Coach Dungy answers some very pertinent questions from the studio audience. They inquired about his unique coaching style, the decision to pursue adoption, and the advice he gives to young athletes.
The Apostle Paul reminds those in positions of influence to obey God wholeheartedly so that those who follow them will do likewise. On this edition, Dr. Dobson will continue his timeless interview with Super Bowl winning coach, Tony Dungy. Tony reflects on his playing and coaching careers, and shares that his greatest achievement is pointing people to Jesus.
The great NFL coach Vince Lombardi said leaders aren't born, they are made through hard work. This classic edition features Dr. Dobson's popular conversation with another NFL coach who epitomizes Christian leadership. Former Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy talks about his outspoken Christian faith, which comes from his strong godly heritage.
Will the United States ever revere God again? Is a revival on the horizon? This broadcast will address these questions through Dr. Dobson's interview with Christian apologist, Ravi Zacharias. The two discuss the moral free fall of this nation and why the millennial generation is key to our future. Ravi will also talk about the hunger he has seen for the Gospel all over the world.
Oftentimes when standing up for our beliefs, we become hostile towards those who oppose our worldview. However, Scripture reminds us to be graceful, loving and wise when defending our faith. On this special edition, Dr. Dobson is joined by prominent Christian apologist and author, Ravi Zacharias. He highlights the importance of first understanding the person who is asking difficult questions regarding meaning or purpose.
On this enlightening broadcast, Dr. Dobson concludes his informative conversation with Dr. Walt Larimore. They continue to examine the health tips covered in Dr. Larimore's new book, Fit Over 50. He highlights the lack of prayer in the church, the importance of sleep, and the healthiest foods you should be eating.
Scripture is very clear that we honor God when we take care of the bodies He has entrusted to us. On this broadcast, Dr. Dobson welcomes his good friend Dr. Walt Larimore to the Family Talk studios to discuss his newest book, Fit Over 50. Dr. Larimore emphasizes the importance of a person's complete emotional, spiritual, physical, and mental wellness. Hear practical tips on what you can do to maintain a healthy lifestyle.