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Did you know that Dr. Dobson loves to fish, fry tacos with his wife, Shirley, and watch football? Or that when Shirley first approached Dr. Dobson on their college campus, she said, "Hi, legs!"? On this edition of Family Talk, evangelist Greg Laurie turns the tables and interviews America’s beloved Christian psychologist. Hear about the challenges …
 
Have you ever felt as though your prayers were bouncing off the ceiling? On today’s edition of Family Talk, Nick Vujicic (VOO-yi-chich), author of Life Without Limits, can totally relate! After he was born without arms or legs, he begged God for a miracle so he could look like every other boy. His depression led to a suicide attempt at age 10. But,…
 
Suicide is always a permanent solution to a temporary problem. As teens try to navigate their way through the emotional struggles that often come with adolescence, the option of ending it all might seem attractive. On today’s Family Talk, Dr. Tim Clinton and Jennifer Cisney-Ellers, a professional counselor and crisis response trainer, urge moms and…
 
Between mask mandates and social distancing, the CDC claims the COVID pandemic has led to a dramatic increase in adolescent suicide attempts. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Tim Clinton and Jennifer Cisney-Ellers, a professional counselor and crisis response trainer, explain that due to the pandemic, many youths experienced tremendous loss o…
 
For various reasons, adolescence can be emotionally difficult for teenagers. Lack of self-worth can sometimes lead to the tragedy of suicide. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson and Dr. Tim Clinton, president of the American Association of Christian Counselors, alert parents to the warning signs in their teens’ behavior and recommen…
 
In today's culture, people mock the idea of abstinence. If you spend five minutes watching television or reading through some of the lyrics to the nation's most popular songs, you will find that many actors and artists place little value on purity and instead promote promiscuity. On today’s edition of Family Talk, the late Elisabeth Elliot emphasiz…
 
On today’s edition of Family Talk, the late Elisabeth Elliot, author of Passion and Purity, claims that too many self-professing Christian singles are having premarital sex. While they profess Jesus to be their Savior, they have rejected the authority of His Lordship. Despite the fact that First Corinthians 6:18 says, "Flee sexual immorality," some…
 
Did you know that, according to the American Psychological Association, 25% of Americans experienced an anxiety disorder over the past year? On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Tim Clinton and Dr. Gregory Jantz, author of The Anxiety Reset, analyze the avenues of anxiety and its treatment. 2 Timothy 1:7 says, "For God has not given us a spirit o…
 
On today’s edition of Family Talk, Pastor Tommy Nelson continues his sermon on biblical romance from the Song of Solomon. In chapter two, verse fifteen, he explains that the reference to the "little foxes that spoil the vineyard" is a warning about potential problems that could damage a courtship. Preventative measures to protect the relationship i…
 
Tommy Nelson is the senior pastor of Denton Bible Church, located in Denton, Texas. He graduated from the University of North Texas with a Bachelor of Education and received his Master in Biblical Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary. He is a best-selling author of several books including, A Life Well Lived, The Book of Romance, The Big Picture…
 
On today’s Family Talk, former U.S. Congressman Bob McEwen joins Dr. Dobson in-studio to discuss what is right about America today. In a time of deep wounds and division within our culture, McEwen exhorts Americans, especially Christians, to be aware of our unique place in history. As President John Adams stated, “Our Constitution was made only for…
 
On today’s edition of Family Talk, former U.S. Congressman and Dobson Institute advisory board member Bob McEwen declares that there were two great events in world history. First, Jesus Christ made the ultimate sacrifice by dying on the cross for our sins. And second, on July 4, 1776, America was born as an independent nation. Despite the obvious l…
 
In December 2020, Shaunti Feldhahn was diagnosed with stage one breast cancer. Having just written a 60-day devotional entitled Find Joy, she learned the importance of personally practicing gratitude. On today’s Family Talk, Shaunti explains when she was gripped by raw fear over yet another biopsy, she thanked God for the advance of medicine. She w…
 
When Pastor Jentezen (pronounced JEN-sen) Franklin’s eldest daughter eloped, he felt in his flesh that, “the wrath of man would produce the righteousness of God. But it never does!” On today’s edition of Family Talk, the author of Love Like You’ve Never Been Hurt urges us to love like Christ. Whether your adult child has rejected your values or you…
 
Jentezen (pronounced JEN-sen) Franklin, a “preacher's kid,” went down the wrong path in high school like so many youngsters do. After hearing a sermon from a Trinidad missionary, he started his adult walk with the Lord. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Dobson and Franklin, a pastor in Gainesville, Georgia, discuss the power that God’s love ha…
 
Does your son or daughter have low self-esteem? Would you recognize what it looks like? On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Gary Sibcy, a clinical psychologist, warns that a teen’s emotional pain can lead to sleeplessness, irritability, and social isolation. Parents need to remember that kids spell “love,” T-I-M-E. It is important to invest just…
 
On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Tim Clinton interviews Dr. Gary Sibcy. The two urge parents to help their children develop a healthy self-esteem by showing them how to manage the childhood stresses of teasing, peer pressure, and rejection as they grow up. As you lovingly encourage your kids to rely on Christ, they can develop a sound, true v…
 
As children, we often listened to fairy tales in which it was Prince Charming’s job to sweep the heroine off her feet and "live happily ever after." But what happens if the prince fails? On today’s edition of Family Talk, Rhonda Stoppe (pronounced STOP-ee), Christian author of The Marriage Mentor, says the key to a successful marriage is to find yo…
 
Ecclesiastes 9:9 says, "Enjoy life with your wife, whom you love, all the days of your life." That’s easier said than done! On today’s edition of Family Talk, Rhonda Stoppe (pronounced STOP-ee), Christian author of The Marriage Mentor: Becoming the Couple You Long to Be, explains how things can go wrong. For example, unmet expectations can breed re…
 
On today’s edition of Family Talk, Valorie Burton, Christian author of Happy Women Live Better, recommends three things to feel content, whatever the circumstances. First, ask yourself what was the best part about each day. Second, it’s important to remember to play; have fun with your children, play with your pets, or dance with your spouse. Whate…
 
Traditional psychology can help people who are struggling with depression or anxiety, among other problems. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Valorie Burton, Christian author of Happy Women Live Better, explains that positive psychology is the study of what happens when things go right. People who are content have a greater ability to deal with ad…
 
When Dr. Tim Clinton was on a plane headed to Colorado Springs to appear on Family Talk, he felt a nudge in his spirit from the Lord that the vast knowledge and wisdom of Dr. Dobson needed to be shared through an educational program. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Clinton reveals that the result of that inspiration was the creation of the J…
 
Too many parents are under the impression that education is simply reading, writing, and arithmetic. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Heidi and Jay St. John, who have homeschooled their seven kids, declare that education is never neutral! The founders of Firmly Planted Homeschool Resource Center insist that there is always a worldview being taugh…
 
According to the Washington Post, the number of children being homeschooled in the U.S. has nearly tripled since 2019. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Heidi and Jay St. John, who have homeschooled their seven kids and founded Firmly Planted Homeschool Resource Center, share three keys to a successful schooling model: flexibility, the one-on-one …
 
On today’s edition of Family Talk, Mark Levin, author of American Marxism, describes the stark differences between Marxism and our founding fathers’ vision for America: repression vs. engagement; compliance vs. speech; conformity vs. independence; and subjugation vs. liberty. These are not mere policy disputes, and consequently, the individual, the…
 
The reach of Marxist ideology has spread into our country’s education, corporations, media, and government. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Mark Levin, author of American Marxism, tells Dr. James Dobson that this God-hating, individual-despising worldview is often cloaked in deceptive labels such as “progressivism.” In addition to advocating for…
 
In 2017, Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner signed an egregious bill into law that forces pro-life doctors and nurses to violate their consciences and advocate for the murder of babies in the womb. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Robert Lawler, a Christian obstetrician and gynecologist, explains why he refuses to comply. Despite possible penalti…
 
Psalm 139: 13-14 reads, "For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made." On today's edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson and Janet Porter, founder of Faith2Action, continue discussing the new Texas Heartbeat Law and what it means for the pro-life movement. Por…
 
In the late hours of September 1st, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to block the Texas Heartbeat Law, legislation that prohibits abortion after a heartbeat is detected. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson and Janet Porter, founder of Faith2Action, examine this historic moment and consider what it means for the future.…
 
Christian grandparents are the missing puzzle piece in the discipleship of their grandkids. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Larry Fowler, founder of the Legacy Coalition, urges grandparents to develop biblically-focused relationships with their grandchildren. Dr. Dobson noted, “An inheritance is what you give someone, but a legacy is what you bu…
 
According to research, 3 out of 4 Christian grandparents take on a cultural view of grandparenting rather than a biblical view. When Larry Fowler asked a group of people at a conference how many of them had ever heard a sermon on grandparenting, only three raised their hands. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson sits down with Larry …
 
When grandchildren become teenagers, grandparents have a tendency to disengage, no matter how close they were with their grandchildren beforehand. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Mark Gregston, author of Grandparenting Teens: Leaving a Legacy of Hope, encourages grandparents to do the opposite, saying this is the time for them to press in, not c…
 
If you’re a grandparent, your primary focus should not be what you leave in your grandchildren’s bank accounts, but rather, what you have deposited in their hearts. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Tim Clinton sits down with Mark Gregston to talk about his new book, Grandparenting Teens: Leaving a Legacy of Hope. Mark explains that grandparen…
 
How does a marriage shift from being child-focused to partner-focused, and how does communication change when the children leave home? In what ways can you keep fun and friendship in your relationship? On today’s classic edition of Family Talk, Dr. Dobson and guests, Dave and Claudia Arp, continue their discussion about the challenges couples face …
 
When the last child leaves home, a new phase of marriage begins. But many couples struggle to adjust to this different and often sad time in their lives together. In a classic broadcast today on Family Talk, Dr. Dobson interviews Dave and Claudia Arp, and discusses eight challenges couples face in the "empty-nesters" stage.…
 
In the midst of his parents’ separation, sports became an outlet for Zach Ertz, who was eventually drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles as a tight end in 2013. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Tim Clinton sits down with Zach to discuss his journey to the Eagles. Following a last-minute play during a game against the Cincinnati Bengals, Zach bec…
 
Jason Romano always had a passion for sports, an interest he shared with his father and grandfather. He turned that passion into a dream career at ESPN, producing SportsCenter and Monday Night Football. But sadly, Jason couldn’t always share his "love of the game" with his father, whose alcoholism was a constant source of anguish and shame for the …
 
Kids who are overweight, unattractive, not athletic, or perhaps different in some way are often the target of merciless bullying by their peers at school. Bullying can take on many different forms. Sometimes it’s rejection or verbal jabs, while other times it can become physical, leading to black eyes and bloody noses. No matter what type, bullying…
 
We live in an age of increasingly pervasive artificial intelligence, including Virtual Reality and the porn industry’s many disturbing applications. When paired with a materialistic worldview, artificial intelligence can leave us more isolated and lonely. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Jason Thacker, author of The Age of AI, addresses the Chris…
 
When you consider artificial intelligence, you may think about self-driving cars, voice automated responses from your smart speaker, Facebook bots sending you ads based upon your search queries, or virtual reality experiences provided by an Oculus VR headset. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Jason Thacker, a scholar in philosophy, ethics, and pub…
 
Have you found it challenging to balance the demands of marriage and family, while still having devotional time with the Lord? On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James and Shirley Dobson discuss their best-selling book, Night Light for Parents, an easy devotional for parents to read every night. Each passage has a high-impact short story, and o…
 
On today’s edition of Family Talk, Ginger Hubbard, author of I Can't Believe You Just Said That!, continues her conversation with Dr. Tim Clinton. Ginger offers a 3-step plan for parenting and discipline. First, ask your child heart-probing questions to identify his or her "old self." Second, discourage that behavior. And third, urge him or her to …
 
As Christian parents, we want our kids to behave and be obedient. But we shouldn't want them to act that way solely out of fear of punishment. Today on Family Talk, Ginger Hubbard, author of I Can’t Believe You Just Said That!, explains that our children’s actions and behavior stem from the ongoing transformation of their hearts, as they begin thei…
 
The differences between Heaven and Hell are stark. On today’s Family Talk, Anne Graham Lotz explains that Hell is described as a fire, a place of intense thirst and torment. By contrast, Heaven has the river of life, a place where our thirst will be quenched. In the darkness of Hell, people will endure pain and be forever separated from their Creat…
 
The Apostle Paul wrote, "No eye has seen, no ear has heard, and no human mind has conceived the things God has prepared for those who love Him." On today's edition of Family Talk, evangelist Anne Graham Lotz reminds us that Heaven is a prepared destiny that Jesus will fill with wonderful colors, food, and music. In addition, Heaven is a perfect des…
 
Did you know that only three percent of Christians feel comfortable sharing their faith, according to pollster George Barna? On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson sits down with Scott Baller of Saturate USA to discuss a God-sized vision to reach all 120 million U.S. households with the gospel by 2027. Through Scott’s ministry, you or …
 
In 1993, missionaries Dave and Barb Anderson were flying to Alaska after evangelizing in a remote region in the Russian far east, when their small aircraft suddenly lost power and crashed into the Bering Sea. Despite hitting the water at 90 miles per hour, the plane remained intact, allowing everyone on board to escape. Within 45 seconds, it sank, …
 
Carrie Wilkerson was over $100,000 in debt and 145 pounds overweight. Because she had been inattentive to details in her business and with her health, both had gotten out of control. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson and Ms. Wilkerson, the author of The Barefoot Executive, discuss how she paid off every dime within two years by wo…
 
Carrie Wilkerson experienced a conflict that mothers often face. With two newly-adopted preschoolers, she felt conflicted, or "mom-flicted," about going back to a traditional "9 to 5" job and leaving her kids in daycare. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson sits down with Carrie, author of The Barefoot Executive, to discuss how she m…
 
People who delve into gambling sometimes find it’s a seductive path fraught with greed and compulsion. Those same people often struggle with depression or anxiety. In turn, alcohol and drug use can manifest with the gambler as a form of coping. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson talks with Kristen Haflett, a licensed clinical socia…
 
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