Broadcast

Broadcast

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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    Pastor Kevin Thompson believes couples can have happy marriages, if they are intentional about maintaining a healthy, godly relationship. He shared a great story about the 70-year marriage of his grandparents, who lived hard lives but had an enduring love. Based on the Beatitudes, Kevin has identified 8 commitments married couples need to make... Learn More
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    Karen Ehman, author of Keep Showing Up, describes how differences rocked her marriage to Todd and that six months in, she was already crying and despairing over their marriage... Learn More

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    Dr. David Clarke, a Christian psychologist and husband, admits his own communication struggles and gives unique, practical advice for husbands and wives. He’s created a unique analogy about men being like clams, and women being like crowbars, that will give you a fresh perspective and hope for better communication in your marriage. Learn More
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    “Whether couples have been married for 6 months or 60 years, it’s often the little things that count – the small, everyday points of connection that bring them together and, over time, weave themselves into the very fabric of their marriage,” according to Katherine Hill. In this interview, she provides practical tips and advice for building a happy marriage. 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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    D.A. Horton and his wife, Elicia, offer insights to help married couples fight for a stronger relationship and live out their faith through grace, forgiveness, and accountability in a discussion based on their book, Enter the Ring: Fighting Together for a Gospel-Saturated Marriage. Learn More
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    In a discussion based on her book Real-Life Romance, Rhonda Stoppe addresses the disappointment that stems from unmet expectations about romance in marriage. She says genuine romance is available and explains how couples can cultivate it. Learn More
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    Debra Fileta describes how couples can embrace a sacrificial, we-focused mindset in their marriage in a discussion based on her book Choosing Marriage: Why It Has to Start With We > Me.

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    Author Deb DeArmond and family therapist Jenny Coffey offer practical, Biblically-based advice for navigating the challenges of in-law relationships, particularly that between a mother-in-law and daughter-in-law. They cover topics such as creating healthy boundaries with your in-laws, promoting mutual respect, and establishing realistic expectations. Learn More
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