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Our weekend program,FamilyLifeThis Week,is hosted by Michelle Hill and features marriage and family experts like Dennis and Barbara Rainey, Bob Lepine, Ron Deal and others.We all face various pressures in our marriages, families, and othervaluable relationships...that's whyFamilyLife This Weekoffers a fresh, engaging dose ofpractical encouragement and "help for today, hope fortomorrow"to live out your faith in an ever-changing world.
 
Minimal-ish is a podcast about striving to live with less of the things that don't matter, more of what does, and pursuing intention in every area of our everyday lives and motherhood. We'll talk about a realistic version of minimalism, family life, motherhood, work, caring for ourselves, budgeting and intentional finances, and everything in between.
 
We got married because we thought we’d be better together rather than apart. So why is it so easy to feel isolated from your life-long partner? Host, author, and fellow married pilgrim, Brian Goins, tackles the relational pitfalls, from the trivial to the tragic, that move couples towards isolation rather than experiencing the real benefits that come from saying “I do.”
 
Dad Pod UK: A fatherhood and family life podcast from John Adams, who is best known for producing the blog Dadbloguk.com. In this series of podcasts, I have spoken to dads from a wide variety of backgrounds about their experiences of fatherhood. Each episode is a one-to-one interview with a man with a very different experience of fatherhood. I've spoken to a stepfather, a gay, adoptive dad, a reformed criminal who spent much of his children's early years behind bars, a dad from the BAME comm ...
 
If you want to learn more about changing the current paradigm of education, then listen to The Luminous Mind podcast. You will hear everything from the everyday homeschooler's experiences to interviews with national and international thought leaders in education and business.
 
The Praying for Families NZ podcast is a discussion where we explore the practice of prayer and the art of engaging in prayer as you would engage in conversation with a friend. We believe in the mountain-moving power of prayer and its importance in the life of every believer. Our discussions cover things like: - Practical ideas to help you pray - Examples of prayers you can pray for your family - Biblical foundations of prayer - Praying together as a couple, a family, a team, or a community ...
 
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Work-life balance feel out of reach? Author Jordan Raynor describes better ways to reach your full potential, using Jesus own time-management strategies. Show Notes and ResourcesFind resources from this podcast at shop.familylife.com.Find more content and resources on the FamilyLife's app!Help others find FamilyLife. Leave a review on Apple Podcast…
 
Parenting is challenging at times. So, here’s a discipline tip for parents and stepparents: Connect the dots.It’s important to help children connect their choices with the consequences that follow. If a child spills their milk they should clean it up. If they agree to finish their chores before supper but don’t they shouldn’t get to eat until they …
 
As parents and stepparents, we want to raise our kids well, but we often feel inadequate. In this episode, Ron Deal talks with Ginger Hubbard about parenting the heart of our children, seeking a change in behavior that stems from a change in their heart, and motivating them to become God-pleasers, not people-pleasers. Show Notes and Resources Get a…
 
Today I'm talking with Kat Steck all about her cross country move from LA to Nashville. She's a mom to two young kids who sold nearly everything her family owned and refurnished her new home completely secondhand. This conversation is full of tips on secondhand selling and shopping whether you are moving or not. Links: Kat on Instagram Desirae on I…
 
Ron, I never thought I’d say this, but my 67-year-old mom has a boyfriend.Yes, adult children have thought about their parent dating again, but once it’s real, it’s just bizarre. Sometimes their roles change. The child becomes the dating coach, telling their parent how to ask for a date and to guard against sexual temptation. Ewww. And all the whil…
 
Need strategies to help you dial in your productivity and purpose? Author Jordan Raynor poses ideas to help you deal with distraction, redeeming your time. Show Notes and ResourcesFind resources from this podcast at shop.familylife.com.Find more content and resources on the FamilyLife's app!Help others find FamilyLife. Leave a review on Apple Podca…
 
If you want to love someone well, be a gentle-servant.Jesus washing his disciple’s feet in John 13 in the Bible is such a profound picture of love. And it really is simple: When you pay a compliment to a child, you’re washing their feet. When you serve your spouse, you’re washing their feet. When you put on self-control and calmly respond in a heat…
 
Wondering how to develop relationships that fuel spiritual growth? Author Melissa Kruger ratchets mentoring & intentional discipleship to the next level. Show Notes and Resources Find resources from this podcast at shop.familylife.com. Find more content and resources on the FamilyLife's app! Help others find FamilyLife. Leave a review on Apple Podc…
 
Is your family communication filtered or unfiltered?In this digital age we have many communication filtering options. Say your mobile phone rings, but you let it go to voicemail. You listen to the message and reply with a text. That’s filtering. This has pros and cons. For blended families, filtering can help reduce conflict in strained relationshi…
 
Wondering how to build a stronger marriage? Bestselling author and former FamilyLife Today host Bob Lepine suggests ways to restore and heal together. Show Notes and Resources Change Your Marriage and Sign up for a Weekend To Remember In Your Area Find resources from this podcast at shop.familylife.com. Find more content and resources on the Family…
 
This is ironic, in today’s digital world we’re more connected and disconnected than ever before.Jealousy and envy are at an all-time high in our culture. Why? Because the daily highlight reel of social media makes everyone else’s life look perfect. So, while we’re seemingly more connected to other people’s lives, we distance ourselves in envy becau…
 
How do you get your marriage back to where it used to be? Author and former FamilyLife Today host Bob Lepine offers real strategies for the rough patches. Show Notes and Resources Change Your Marriage and Sign up for a Weekend To Remember In Your Area Find resources from this podcast at shop.familylife.com. Find more content and resources on the Fa…
 
In biological families, when a husband and wife move toward each other, they bring their children with them.Children are blessed when mom and dad love each other and spend time together. But in the beginning in a stepfamily it’s different. When a parent and stepparent spend time together children sometimes feel pushed aside. This naturally puts the…
 
Powerful parenting might not look like you think! Author Jeff Norris reveals habits to let go of self-reliance and embrace Jesus' call to depend on God. Show Notes and Resources Find resources from this podcast at shop.familylife.com. Find more content and resources on the FamilyLife's app! Help others find FamilyLife. Leave a review on Apple Podca…
 
Today I'm talking with Jamie Erickson of The Unlikely Homeschool all about the concept of Hygge and how we can apply it to our homes and lives. We go beyond the aesthetics of Hygge and talk about how we can use it as a way to choose comfort, joy, connection, and find contentment in our current season. Find Jamie's book, Holy Hygge, here. Find Jamie…
 
Sometimes life throws you a curve.My five-year-old daughter adored Mike. They had a great connection and things were going well. But of course, the night before the wedding, she says, I don’t want you to marry Mike. I was blindsided. What’s going on here? I interviewed Kim Anderson and her husband, Mike, for the FamilyLife Blended podcast. Boy did …
 
Does leaning on God feel like more duty than delight? Author Jeff Norris offers habits for a lagging heart to find an undeniable, indispensable rootedness. Show Notes and Resources Find resources from this podcast at shop.familylife.com. Find more content and resources on the FamilyLife's app! Help others find FamilyLife. Leave a review on Apple Po…
 
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