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.
College faculty throughout the nation are corrupting the young minds of their students by teaching them that truth is relative and by no means absolute. Now on Family Talk, Dr. Dobson will continue his conversation with Dr. Everett Piper, President of Oklahoma Wesleyan University, about how Christians can prepare themselves to defend what they believe.
From everyone here at Family Talk, we wish you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving! Now on the program you will hear a special message from author and radio host Pastor Chuck Swindoll. He will examine the importance of giving thanks to God for what He has blessed us with, even when we don’t feel like it.
Martin Luther changed the world when he nailed his 95 theses to the door the Wittenberg Castle Church in 1517. On this edition of Family Talk, Pastor R.T. Kendall walks through the life and legacy of this famous monk, while touring the sites in Germany significant to Luther’s story. Celebrate the impact Luther had on religion and culture.
The widespread use and abuse of opioids has taken the lives of thousands of people across the country. Now on Family Talk, Dr. Tim Clinton sat down with Dr. Michael Lyles, a clinical psychiatrist, to talk about the opioid epidemic. The two discussed how to identify those who have this addiction and what can be done to help those struggling with this deadly dependency. Learn more about this public health crisis.
Family Talk is excited to bring you an exclusive address given by President Trump’s former chief advisor Steve Bannon, when he spoke at a conference hosted by Dr. Dobson last month. Mr. Bannon shared his up-close account of the 2016 election and his opinions on how the country can pull itself out of the financial hole it has fallen into in the past decade. You won’t want to miss this speech.
On this edition of Family Talk, Dr. Tim Clinton talked with Katie Davis Majors about her new book Daring to Hope. Katie shared how she began a ministry in Uganda to educate and care for abandoned children, and what her life in Africa looks like as she and her husband raise 13 girls they have adopted. Listen to how God impressed missions on this young woman’s heart.
Between racial instability, the infiltration of political correctness, and rumors of wars with other nations, America is in turbulent times. Now on Family Talk, Dr. Tim Clinton will talk with Pastor Sammy Rodriguez about the issues this nation is facing and why now is an important time for Christians to proclaim the name of Christ.
Beginning today and for the rest of the month, Family Talk is pleased to bring the best shows of the entire year. This edition features Dr. Robert Jeffress who sat down with Dr. Dobson to discuss his new book A Place Called Heaven. The two tackled difficult topics such as near-death experiences, what our jobs will be in Heaven, and who will be there.
Family Talk is excited to bring you another popular program today, which made the Best of the Year list. On this edition, you will hear from the Jasper family and the story of the loss of their son Cooper. In the midst of their personal tragedy, they found the greatest hope, from the only source of true hope, Jesus. Learn how they dealt with the shock and grieved from a Biblical perspective.
Family Talk is excited to bring you another popular program which made the best of the year list. On this episode, you will hear the remainder of the Jasper’s story of their terrible loss. They discussed how they found great hope despite the death of their son Cooper. Discover how they became a model for “grieving well”.
On this edition of Family Talk, you will hear a show that made our Best of the Year list. This episode will feature Dr. David Jeremiah who talked about how he used to think his wife was the only role model for their daughters. But, Dr. Jeremiah shared how he realized that because he was the first man in his girls’ lives, he was crucial for their upbringing. Don’t miss this look at the father daughter relationship.
Now on Family Talk, you will hear the second part of an interview Dr. Dobson had with Dr. David Jeremiah which made our best of the year list. On this episode, Dr. Jeremiah concludes by addressing the impact bad fathers have on young women but reminded dads that it’s never too late to make a difference. Listen to how important fathers are to their daughters.
Family Talk is pleased to bring another popular program that made the Best of the Year list. This episode will feature an interview Dr. Tim Clinton conducted at the AACC World Conference with clinical social worker Leslie Vernick. She shared vital information about women in abusive relationships and explained how they can get out of these situations and find freedom.
Family Talk is excited to continue the Best of 2017 Broadcasts all this month. On this program, you will hear a replay of a conversation Dr. Dobson had with retired Lt Colonial E. Ray Moore, about his fight for parents to choose home school or private education for their children. Learn why the public-school system has failed our kids and where Christian families can look to for a moral education.
On this edition of Family Talk, you will hear the remainder of an interview Dr. Dobson conducted with retired Lt Colonial E. Ray Moore, Founder and President of the Exodus Mandate Project. Chaplain Moore will explain how his organization informs parents on the best educational choices for their children and his role in a movie that spoke out against Common Core. Listen to this Best of 2017 Broadcast.