For Faith & Family
Summary: In a culture submerged in moral relativism, we speak clearly, forcefully, and simply to people wrestling with complex moral issues. For Faith amd Family is THE place to turn for a powerful voice that clarifies the blurred lines between right and wrong. For Faith and Family brings you eloquent, articulate, and insightful commentary on the critical issues facing our nationâ€™s families on a daily basis.
Rhonda Kelley returns to discuss her book A Woman?s Guide to Personal Discipline: A Biblical Study of Self-Control and Perseverance and share tips to keeping our self control. Rhonda is the Director of Women’s Academic Programs at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. She is also a professor of women’s ministry.
Russ Crosson returns to give couples some tips on how to make a budget that will last. He also offers some insight into the different attitudes of men and women toward money. He is the president and CEO of Ronald Blue & Co.
Dr. Chuck Lawless shares a final look at mentoring, this time from a pastoral perspective. Dr. Lawless is the dean of the Billy Graham School of Missions and Evangelism at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY. He also serves as Vice President for Academic Programming and the Director of Professional Doctoral Studies.
Ed Stetzer offers some insight into jump starting your faith and how to get out of spiritual ruts. Share some of the creative ways you have recently served someone at lifewayrearch.com. Ed is the President of LifeWay Research
Carole Lewis, author of Live Life Right Here Right Now: Make Every Day Your Best Day, encourages listeners to take care of themselves and to live life to it’s fullest. She shares some practical advice to those who struggle with living in the past and are unable to move forward.
Mike Cosper returns to explain the purpose of worship using the concept of Worship: 1, 2, 3. Mike is one of the founding pastors of Sojourn Community Church in Louisville, Ky., where he serves as the pastor of worship and art. He is also founder of Sojourn Music.
The Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission has dedicated a portion of it’s website to Issues at a Glance. On this page you will find information on issues such as A Call to Solemn Assembly, Adoption, Christian Citizenship, Gambling, Homosexuality, Human Trafficking, Hunger, iVote Values, Life, Persecution, Pornography, Race and Religious Liberty.
Priscilla Shirer shares about her call to ministry and how it all began with being obedient to God. She is a speaker, Bible teacher and author of Life Interrupted: Navigating the Unexpected.
Dr. Amy Black returns to the show to discuss the idea that the United States was created as a Christian nation. Dr. Black is an associate professor and chair of the Department of Politics and International Relations at Wheaton College.
Jeff Palmer joins Karen Cole to discuss the ongoing crisis situation in Syria. He shares an update on the country, how Baptist Global Response is helping and how listeners can respond. Jeff is the executive director of Baptist Global Response.
Sissy Goff discusses the ‘lost art’ of manners and how important it is for parent to teach their children good manners. She offers families tips to regain old fashioned manners. Sissy is the author of Modern Parents, Vintage Values.
Perry Hancock shares how portable ultra sounds machines, like those given by the Psalm 139 Project, are changing hearts and saving lives. Perry is the president and CEO of the Louisiana Baptist Children’s Home and Family Ministries.
Jason Hayes discusses the need for churches to have more mentors to disciple today’s young adults. Jason is the co-author of Lost and Found: The Younger Unchurched and the Churches that Reach Them.
Kay Wyma returns to discuss her book Cleaning House and why it’s important to teach children manners. She shares about her “year-long campaign to introduce her five kids to basic life skills and the ways meaningful work can increase earned self-confidence and concern for others.”
For Faith & Family Weekend: Financial and marriage advisor, Russ Crosson, talks debt, saving and other money matters; Ron Deal outlines some of the challenges of a second marriage. Next, a helpful look at the broken world we live in: Mike Glenn and Karen Cole discuss the tough questions Christians face about evil and sin. With summer all but upon us, Dave McNeil talks about World Changers and some upcoming ministry opportunities. Tim Kimmel discusses parenting styles and later Kay Wyma shares why it’s so easy to try and do all of your child’s work for them. We close out today’s show with a second conversation with marriage expert, Ron Deal, as he talks about the power of parental unity.