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Listen to the series Cohabitation has become a prerequisite for nearly 50% of marriages today.
Is this trial and error living arrangement good or bad for marriage?
Listen to the series You want your teens to respect you. Nina Roesner and Debbie Hitchcock, both mothers who work for Greater Impact Ministries, talk about the importance of appropriately communicating with your teen....
Listen to the series Family Life staff members John Majors and Michelle Hill talk about Passport2Identity™, a new resource created to answer the most pressing questions young men and women have about life's issues.... Randy Stinson tells how his sports-loving family opted out of baseball for 18 months in order to stretch themselves in other ways: through mission trips and other gospel outreaches. Listen to the series A couple's differences can either bring them together or pull them apart.
Joshua Harris, author of the popular book, “I Kissed Dating Goodbye,” tells how the book forever defined him as a single man.
Now a husband and father of three, Harris takes a second look at some of his earlier assumptions and considers how he would say things differently if given the opportunity.
Joshua Harris has spent his life using words—written and spoken—to point people to Jesus Christ.
This means your teens are not in charge at home, and they still need you to set up some guidelines and non-negotiables, like goin... Moody professors Peter and Kelli Worrall talk about some of the things they wish they had known in their twenties, like the importance of community.
His six books have sold over 2 million copies combined and have been translated into dozens of languages.
He’s also a dynamic preacher who speaks at festivals, churches and conferences around the world.
Allberry reminds believers that marriage only points to the ultimate marriage we have with Je...
Listen to the series Pastor Brian Haynes and his wife, Angela, explain what it means to relentlessly pursue your teen's heart.