Ann Wilson

Ann Wilson and her husband Dave are hosts of FamilyLife Today®, FamilyLife’s nationally-syndicated radio program.

Mother to three grown sons, CJ, Austin, and Cody and wife to one, occasionally grown-up husband, Dave, Ann balances a home life and professional ministry career building both on the grace and goodness of Jesus Christ.

Frequently speaking at Kensington Church, a 6-campus church that welcomes more than 14,000 visitors every weekend, and touring across the country at marriage and family conferences have made her and Dave a nationally-known couple when it comes to infusing relationships with the Word and wisdom of God. Her experience and awards have made Ann a sought after speaker at couples and women’s event for the last 30+ years.

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Dave and Ann Wilson, Ron Deal, Milan and Kay Yerkovich, Julie Plagens, and Leslie Leyland Fields tell how each of their pasts affected them negatively and how they dealt with it. View Show Notes →
Dave and Ann Wilson walk through an acrostic built around the word "touch." They offer helpful ways for husbands and wives to communicate love through non-sexual touch. View Show Notes →
Pastor Dave Wilson and his wife, Ann, talk about the value of communicating love to your spouse using non-sexual touch. They share stories about their failures and successes. View Show Notes →
Ann Wilson coaches engaged women, offering practical suggestions for pursuing sexual purity before marriage, and gives a realistic picture of what to expect on their honeymoon. View Show Notes →
Ann Wilson talks to engaged women about things to keep in mind, things to be prepared for, and things to talk with their fiance' about before saying "I do." View Show Notes →
On our wedding day we think the vow we make to our spouse will be enough for our marriage. Dave and Ann Wilson share about some baggage that we need to prepare for prior to marriage. View Show Notes →
The culture has old rules on how to do love, sex, and dating and they really don't work. Dave Wilson explains some new rules that do work. View Show Notes →
guest: Ann Wilson, Bob Lepine, Dave Wilson | Understanding the long-term effects of divorce and remarriage on kids is difficult. A good way to start is to ask an adult who experienced life in a blended family. Ron talks with “FamilyLife Today” host Dave Wilson about his childhood blended family experience. Show Notes and Resources […] View Show Notes →
Dave Wilson and his wife, Ann, talk about all they've learned from watching the Raineys walk through trials. Dave and Ann also answer Dennis' favorite question: What is the most courageous thing you've ever done? View Show Notes →
There's great value in remembering where you've come from. Dave and Ann share what the Raineys have taught them about marriage through their example, as well as their teaching. View Show Notes →
Dave and Ann Wilson talk to Dennis and Barbara Rainey about what they've learned about marriage through the years. Together they share how Dennis and Barbara have mentored them throughout the seasons of life. View Show Notes →
All healthy relationships experience conflict. Marriages and friendships all have to navigate personal differences. Ann Wilson explains how to know whether to overlook a conflict or to address it. View Show Notes →
Dave and Ann Wilson want couples to know that when they draw closer to God, they will become closer to their spouses emotionally and sexually. View Show Notes →
Pastor Dave Wilson and his wife, Ann, talk about marital conflict. The Wilsons admit that they had a lot to learn about conflict when they got married. Together they share what they've learned. View Show Notes →
Dave and Ann Wilson look back on a turning point in their marriage. Dave takes us back to his big wake up call, and together they share what they did to get their marriage back on track. View Show Notes →
Do you know God's purpose for your life? Dave and Ann Wilson, talk about their pain, skills, and opportunities that contribute to God's greater purpose in their lives. View Show Notes →
Conflict happens, but what do you do with it? Dave and Ann Wilson relay a story of their most epic disagreement. Lou Priolo deconstructs the root cause of conflict, and helps us see our sin. View Show Notes →
Pastor Dave Wilson and his wife, Ann, recall an anniversary dinner that couldn't make up for the negligence Ann had felt over the years. Learn how the Wilsons brought the love back into their lives. View Show Notes →
Dave and Ann Wilson recall their earliest years of marriage and the problems they couldn't resolve. Hear how God gave their hearts a makeover and transformed their shaky marriage. View Show Notes →
Did you know that a key ingredient to respecting your husband is humility? Learn why from Robert Lewis, Ann Wilson, and Barbara Hughes. View Show Notes →
Dave and Ann Wilson talk about how unresolved conflict builds bigger walls within a marriage, and they share the most important key for building stronger relationships. View Show Notes →
Dave and Ann Wilson relive the details of a particular story of conflict from their marriage. They explain how they resolved it, and how it brought them closer to one another. View Show Notes →
Conflict in marriage is neither good nor bad. Dave and Ann Wilson say it can even improve your relationship when it is resolved constructively. View Show Notes →
Does your life seem boring? Dave and Ann Wilson say your life can be surprisingly influential to those around you, if you will only share it. View Show Notes →
What is God's purpose for your life? Dave and Ann Wilson believe that you are exactly where God wants you to be. View Show Notes →
According to Pastor Dave Wilson and his wife, Ann, a man's relationship with God is key to unlocking the mystery of marital intimacy. View Show Notes →
Pastor Dave Wilson and his wife, Ann, explore the complex and wonderful dance of marital intimacy as they share their own unique dance experience. View Show Notes →
If we love our husbands so much, asks speaker Ann Wilson, why do we so often tear them down with our words? Ann encourages women to choose their words wisely. View Show Notes →
Women and men are different, right? Ann Wilson punctuates that obvious point with a resounding "YES" as she exhorts wives to use the power of their femininity to build up their husbands. View Show Notes →