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The Focus on the Family Broadcast provides daily encouragement that helps families thrive each day. For 40 years running, one half-hour at a time, Focus on the Family has shared meaningful advice across the nation. The broadcast has become one of today’s most recognized Christian radio programs and continues to grow in exciting ways with Focus President Jim Daly and co-host John Fuller.

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    For those suffering with mental illness, the last thing they need to hear is “Well, you just need to pray more,” or “You need to have more faith.” Treatment for mental health issues require a holistic approach, addressing the physical, spiritual, emotional and relational aspects of a human being. Dr. Matthew Stanford offers a compassionate look at... Learn More
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    Morgan Weistling grew up with a passion for art. He used to believe “art is my god,” until God reminded him where his artistic talent came from. The very next day Morgan was offered an illustration job for Focus on the Family. Today he’s... Learn More
  3. Preparing to Care for Aging Loved Ones I-II (Digital Product)

    Mrs. Michele Howe and Miss Lisa Anderson

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    Aging is difficult and caring for our elders is a skill many people are never taught. As the Baby Boomer generation continues to age, this challenge will impact an increasing number of families. Christian families are motivated by God’s love to care for their aging family members – but may unwittingly do harm by not anticipating long-term challenges of caregiving... Learn More
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    We all endure suffering, crisis, and loss in some capacity, but how do we handle it? Based upon his extensive experience as a grief & trauma counselor, Dr. Wright describes how to navigate the unexpected & painful crises of life we will all experience. With personal stories of his own loss and heartfelt compassion, he offers... Learn More
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    Salvation is more than just punching your ticket to heaven. Pastor John Ortberg takes a look at what it means to be a disciple of Christ, living with eternity in your heart from the moment you trust in Him and sharing the great commission... Learn More
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    No heartbreak can compare to the sting of losing a child. For Lindsey Dennis, she experienced that heartbreak twice, losing two children, just hours after they were born. She’ll describe the overwhelming grief that she and her husband found in Christ, as they walked through some very dark days in their young marriage. She’ll also share about God’s redeeming mercy and the hope to move forward, trusting in His plan. It’s a touching reminder of the value of every human life. Learn More
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    Modern society is overwhelmed by sexual brokenness, gender issues, abuse and addiction. While conversations on these issues are happening in the church, they are often notably missing among Christians. Dr. Juli Slattery believes the Christian community has been either judgmental or silent about the topics of sexuality for far too long... Learn More
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    Life is unpredictable, complicated and impossible to manage and control. About the time you think you’ve found your footing, the earth begins to shake, again. In this Focus on the Family chapel presentation Michele Cushatt shares how you can find security when everything feels like chaos. She shares her own journey with tongue cancer and the fears, doubts, and challenges she faced when it felt everything important to her had been taken away. She shares how in the midst of all of her trials God who gave her footing in the truth of his Word, just as he did in the Bible with Moses. Learn More
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    Stress is a normal part of our everyday lives, but it can also lead to unhealthy attachment styles, based upon how we learned to deal with stress from our parents. Counselors Milan and Kay Yerkovich review how stress interacts with five basic attachment styles. They also explore three common responses to stress – fight, flight, or freeze. Milan and Kay come alongside couples to help them understand how their attachment styles impact how stressful situations can be an opportunity for greater connection with their spouse. Learn More
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