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.
Evan and Jenny Owens join Dwayne Hastings to discuss the impact that REBOOT Recovery has made on troops returning home from the battlefield. REBOOT Recovery is a “12 week program designed to help service members and their families heal from the spiritual wounds of war.”
Helping the needy: How to focus on ‘one’
Teaching students how to think for themselves
Mike Cosper explains the purpose of worship using the concept of “Worship: 1, 2, 3” and Tony Merida discusses Orphanology. Next, producer Jen Thompson talks about the Dr. Kermit Gosnell abortion case and her documentary, 3801 Lancaster. If helping the needy seems overwhelming at times, be sure to listen to Dwayne Hastings’ conversation with Lorie Newman. Russ Crosson gives insight into the different attitudes of men and women toward money and that conversation is followed by Chuck Lawless outlining the practical steps on getting started in mentorship. And for the times the Bible isn’t explicit on an issue, Brent Crowe gives tips on how to navigate the grey areas in life.
Have you ever had a person in your life that really challenged your walk with Christ? On today’s program, Dr. Chuck Lawless joins Harold Harper to discuss on mentoring and helping Christians better understand biblical discipleship.
Dannah Gresh joins Karen Cole to discuss her new book Get Lost!. Dannah is a best-selling author and the founder of Secret Keeper Girl, a live tour event for tween girls and their moms.
Jennifer Thompson joins Thomas Willis to talk about 3801 Lancaster, a film she produced. “The 3801 Film Project is an ongoing documentary series about Kermit Gosnell, the Women’s Medical Society and the cover-up by state and local oversight agencies.”
Motherhood is one of God’s greatest gifts to humanity. A loving, committed mother is an indispensable person in our development. Just imagine a world without mothers. It would be a sterile place indeed. Mothers instill powerful social and nurturing characteristics in each generation. Barrett Duke shares more.
Rhonda Kelley joins us to discuss how the Bible helps women find contentment. Rhonda is the Director of Women’s Academic Programs at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. She is also a professor of women’s ministry.
“Growing up, we dreamed. And our dreams always painted the portrait of the adult us living an awesome life… as an astronaut, a pro wrestler, a movie star, a bee keeper, or insert your dream here. We don’t set out for average. But that’s exactly where we end up after listening to our fears day after day, year after year. Our dreams take a back seat and eventually are left stranded by the side of the road.” Author Jon Acuff shares more.
Mark Kelly, founder of the network Multiply Justice!, shares his insights on the biblical model for social justice. “Multiply Justice! is a movement of people who understand that social justice begins with transformed hearts and minds.”
Diana Davis shares how listeners can prepare for a special Mother’s Day. Diana’s acumen for fresh ideas was derived from parenting three great kids, living with a pastor (her husband, of course), serving in the local church, PTA committees, mission trips, and people-watching.
Jeff Morgan shares some convicting thoughts about the truth that can be hidden in sarcastic comments. Jeff is a certified marriage and family counselor in Tennessee, working with “individuals, couples and families in a variety of clinical issues, with special focus on sexual addiction treatment and marital crisis.”
Priscilla Shirer joins Harold Harper to encourage listeners to look forward to godly interruptions and that God may want to change the plans we’ve made for ourselves. Priscilla is the author of Life Interrupted: Navigating the Unexpected.
Evan and Jenny Owens share why REBOOT Recovery is so near and dear to their hearts. REBOOT is a “12 week program designed to help service members and their families heal from the spiritual wounds of war…offers a powerful blend of clinical insight and Christian faith-based support that has been successful in mending souls and rebuilding families.”