Having little kids can mean a season of profound loneliness for young moms. Author Jennie Allen explores how to find community by doing life together.
Is it hard for you to depend on people? Author Jennie Allen discusses friendship in marriage and community—the kind that says “lean on me.”
In a “connected” world, do you feel more disconnected than ever? Author Jennie Allen knows the sweeping power of isolation. She’ll help you find your people.
Ever feel unsatisfied? Author Jen Oshman acknowledges our cultural counterfeits are hollow and leave us feeling unsettled--but where should we turn?
So few of us really "see" people, giving them our time and presence. Author Carolyn Lacey discusses welcoming non-Christians into our lives like God does.
Hospitality sounds exhausting. But author Carolyn Lacey knows hospitality can be extraordinary and oh-so-ordinary, welcoming people as God welcomes us.
Blessing others: It's a kind of superpower! Author Alan Wright digs into fears that keep us quiet --the hows & whys of living a life of blessing instead.
NFL players Dan Orlovsky, Jon Kitna, and Josh McCown talk about the lasting legacy of their years together in Detroit, not just playing football but also letting their light shine.
Dave Wilson is joined by former NFL quarterbacks Dan Orlovsky, Jon Kitna, and Josh McCown to provide an inside peek into their time together with the Detroit Lions.
Emerging from generation Z, Emma Jenkins and Jordan Whitmer share what they are doing to propel the gospel in their age demographic.
Do you know God's purpose for your life? Dave and Ann Wilson talk about their pain, skills, and opportunities that contributed to God's greater purpose in their lives.
Barbara Rainey, Karen Loritts, Mary Kassian, Holly Elliff, and Carolyn McCulley talk about the value of mentoring.
Because we are such an "informed" society, we can mistakenly think we already know what another person thinks. Tim Muehlhoff and Rick Langer show us effective ways to really listen and hear what others are saying.
Having trouble seeing eye to eye with your family? Expressing deep convictions can be challenging in many families, but Tim Muehlhoff and Rick Langer share a simple method to do so with empathy.
Since the voices we listen to have so much power in our lives, comedian Michael Jr. gives us insight on how to deal with "the hecklers."
God designed laughter to open our hearts. Acclaimed comedian Micheal Jr. teaches us there's always a punchline --something God is teaching us through our experiences.
Morgan Tyree explains that knowing one's hospitality gifting can help build strong connection with others and even pull together the rest of the family.
Hospitality is meant for the purpose of "loving our neighbor." Morgan Tyree talks about how learning our "hospitality personality" frees us from stress so that we can bless others.
In today's world, it's easy to doubt we have what it takes to reach our neighbors for Christ. Chris and Elizabeth McKinney debunk that myth and about discovering God's purpose for where He's placed us.
We know we are to "love our neighbors," but what does it look like to love the actual neighbors who live around us? Authors, Chris and Elizabeth McKinney explain how to practice the art of neighboring.
What comes to mind when you think of home? Barbara Rainey and Jen Pollock Michel explain the value of making Christ the foundation of a stable, godly home.
When a bad mood starts creeps into your mind, consider doing an act of kindness. Author Nicole Phillips talks about the secret to chasing the clouds away!
What character qualities mark your life? Nicole Philliips talks about the positive physical and emotional effects that a life of kindness produces.
Does your "inner meanie" get the best of you? That used to be normal for today's guest. Nicole Phillips describes the ordinary interaction that forever changed her perspective.
Why do I need a mission statement? Author Holley Gerth says a personal mission statement will help you decide between "good" and "great" pursuits.
What does it look like to live out a Christian faith and marriage in the NFL? Kirk Cousins and his wife, Julie talk about living for Christ in the world of professional football.
Kirk Cousins, quarterback for the Minnesesota Vikings, and his wife, Julie, share about how God brought them together and their walk with Him as a couple.
Dave and Ann Wilson are very transparent about the early challenges in their marriage. Today, they tell the remarkable God-orchestrated story of how they started dating and how they got engaged.
Dean Inserra contrasts the difference between those who say they are a Christian and actual followers of Jesus Christ. Inserra walks us through the list of cultural Christians, and why they are missing the mark.
Dean Inserra reminds us that salvation isn't a rite of passage, but a response to your understanding to the gospel. Find out what to say to a child when he or she wants to ask Jesus into their heart.