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The Infinite Power of Showing Up

By: Elaine Fraser

A deep sense of love and belonging is an irreducible need of all people. We are biologically, cognitively, physically, and spiritually wired to love, to be loved, and to belong. When those needs are not met, we don’t function as we were meant to. We break. We fall apart. We numb. We ache. We hurt others. We get sick. – Brené Brown Read more


Giving Your Marriage a Second Chance

By: Focus On The Family

Have you ever thought about walking away from your marriage?

Listen to one woman’s dramatic story of leaving her husband to find “Mr. Right” — and finding God in the process! Discover how the Lord can bring you healing and reconciliation, even after the worst mistake in your life. Read more

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Domestic Violence: What Can Be Done About It?

By: Focus On The Family

A growing problem in society today is domestic violence.

This two part podcast offers insights and experience on what to do if you – or someone you know – is experiencing domestic violence, and how to break the cycle. Read more


Embracing the Various Seasons of Marriage

By: Focus On The Family

All marriages go through seasons.

Dr. Gary Chapman joins Focus on the Family to discuss the attitudes, emotions and actions of winter, spring, summer and autumn marriages, and how couples can make the most of each season. Read more

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Respect: A Marriage Essential

By: Focus On The Family

Why is it that sometimes, two ‘good-willed’ people just can’t get along?

Tune in for a roadmap to a happier marriage. Read more


The Need for Mentoring

By: Kevin Conklin | Focus On The Family

Mentoring is a popular word, but it’s been around a long time. Many write about it (like me right now), and speak on it, and even have conferences on it.

There are different types of mentoring (professional, personal, spiritual, marriage, parenting, etc.), but I’d like to take a couple minutes of your valuable time and write about the need to have ongoing mentors in your life, as well as being a mentor to someone who can use what you have.  Read more


Making Friends, Loneliness and the Bromance

By: Duncan Robinson

Something unusual and funny happened a couple of weeks ago. I made a new friend. It’s not something I anticipated happening, but I headed to one of my kids birthdays and struck up a friendship with a new buddy. Read more

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Finishing Strong [Podcast]

By: Focus On The Family

Stuart and Jill Briscoe are in their eighties, but that doesn’t keep them from pressing on and being productive.  Read more


Faith and Friendship

How much impact can faith and friendship have on a marriage?

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