Musician and author Andrew Peterson chats about fueling kids' imagination and creativity to open doors for the Kingdom of God.
Courtney Reissig talks about the emotional aftermath of her high-risk labor and delivery story. She shares about the faithfulness of God and how she walked the difficult road of recovery.
The blessings of working at home can be great and eternal. Author Courtney Reissig explains how it is not only a ministry to those in our homes, but an act of worship to our God.
Moms, if you had the chance to pick the brain of an older, more experienced mom, what would you ask? Hear what some young moms asked Barbara Rainey during a question and answer session.
God values making someone feel at home, and on today's program, Kathi Lipp gives insight on how we can better prepare a place for our families and those who enter our homes.
Bruce Goff, a relatively new dad with a toddler, gets pick the brain of an older, wiser, more experienced dad, Bob Lepine.
Jennifer Lyell has taught children about Jesus for years in her Sunday school class. Lyell tells how one little boy in particular, Job, touched her heart and convicted her of the importance of teaching God's truth to the youngest among us.
At what age can children start understanding the Scriptures? Jennifer Lyell assures listeners that children as young as three years old can understand simple concepts of the Bible.
Courtney Reissig and Maria Goff join moms in the "trenches" of raising toddlers. Paul David Tripp helps us see the bigger spiritual principles at stake in training small children.
Rob and Stephanie Green share what kind of "help" is most beneficial to a new mother and her newborn. The Greens list the top three things a couple needs to know before the baby is born.
Pastor Rob Green and his wife, Stephanie encourage moms and dads to prepare themselves spiritually for the changes that will take place with the arrival of their newborn.
Kara-Kae James, a mother of four, knows what it feels like to be in the throes of motherhood and barely holding on. James offers words of wisdom and tells young moms how they can live above the chaos.
Kara-Kae James thought that motherhood was a cinch. And then she had kids! James admits that motherhood made her emotionally and mentally tired, weary and burned out with postpartum depression.
Preacher: Kara-Kae James | Series: Mom Up