Tim Muehlhof talks about the reality of spiritual warfare in marriage. Muehlhoff reminds believers that the enemy of our souls is still alive and well and would love to see your marriage fail.
Tim Muehlhoff exposes the real enemy of your marriage--Satan. Muehlhoff reminds couples that their marriage is taking place on a spiritual battlefield, and evil forces have husbands and wives in their crosshairs.
Meg Miller wasn't sure her marriage would survive after she discovered porn at home. The pain she felt after her husband's betrayal consumed her. Hear how God showed her how to better relate to her husband.
Meg Miller knew marriage was going to be hard when she first tied the knot. But she was shocked to find porn on their home computer. Miller tells what she felt after her discovery.
Author Todd Friel, a professed chief sinner in his household, reveals that the most courageous thing he ever does is apologize to his wife and children for sinning against them.
Todd Friel encourages parents to look beyond behavior modification when disciplining our kids; reminding us that we're all sinners, even parents, so we shouldn't be shocked when kids don't behave.
Todd Friel talks to parents of prodigals who feel they are to blame for their child's waywardness. Friel reminds parents that it's their job to be faithful. It's God's job to bring their children to faith.
Most conflict is caused by misplaced desire. Paul David Tripp calls it a "treasure problem." There's something you treasure more than your spouse or God.
Where your treasure is, there your heart will be also. That also applies in marriage. Paul David Tripp challenges husbands and wives to reframe their conflict and identify where their treasure is misplaced.
Biblical truth should affect how you live every season of your life. Learn more from John Piper, Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth, Alistair Begg, and James Dobson.
Pastor Erwin Lutzer believes many Christians don't witness to others because of a troubled conscience. Lutzer encourages believers to come clean with God and others in order to know peace.
Erwin Lutzer shares what it means to live in the freedom of a clear conscience to others and to God. Lutzer explains what a conscience is, and reminds us that, "A good conscience is a continual feast."
Hank Parker shares what he's learned from the current season of his life, which includes being a husband to his wife, Martha, and father to his children and stepchildren.
Hank Parker informs moms and dads on the benefits of taking their children hunting and fishing.
Hank Parker looks back on his life and the difficulties that could have derailed him for good. Hear how God radically changed his father's life and influenced him to change his own life after a family tragedy.
Thou shalt not covet," right? So what is comparison? Kay Wills Wyma says with social media, we're becoming comparison junkies. Kay explains why indulging in this vice demolishes our contentment.
Author and mother of five Kay Wills Wyma shares what the Bible says about "obsessive comparison disorder" and how to diagnosis it in yourself as well as your kids.
Bob Lepine explains the importance of remembering that Jesus not only gave His life for us, but that He suffered under Pontius Pilate, He was crucified, dead, and buried.
Paul David Tripp tells us that our emotions are indicators of what has really captured our hearts.
Dr. Tony Evans shares about living with God's Kingdom in your personal life, your family life, your church life, and your community life.
Pastor John Piper talks to Dennis Rainey about the meaning and practice of praise. John considers what it means to worship God instead of focusing on ourselves.
What is love? Respected author and pastor John Piper delves into the Bible to help us rethink our definition of love.
What can give us the hope to believe that God still can and still wants to do something amazing with our struggles and with sexual sin?
Real happiness comes when I'm willing to humble myself and do what He wills with my life.
Gaining victory in the struggle against sin.
Unconfessed sin is a knife blade lodged in the soul. You cannot escape the misery it creates.
A young woman looks back on the consequences and blessings of her unwanted pregnancy.
Why do I care so much about me? If we were honest, most of us would love to be great in a kingdom of our own making, says biblical counselor Ed Welch. Christ, however, has a better idea.
Christian counselor Ed Welch believes most of us care too much about what others think of us. While we're all affected by the disapproval of others, we don't need to be owned by it.
Biblical counselor Ed Welch explains that our desire for love isn't evil, but that in some instances we want it too much; so much so, in fact, that we can be controlled by what others think.