Family Life Today

Enjoy the podcast of the daily broadcast of FamilyLife Today, hosted by Dennis Rainey and Bob Lupine.

Good stories usually involve a person defying the odds. If that's the case, then Jay and Katherine Wolf's love story is a classic. After four years of happily-ever-after, Katherine, a model, endured a massive stroke and spent two years in the hospital and in rehab. Still challenged by this injury, Katherine and Jay share just a little of what they've had to face since then, and what God is teaching them about love and hope. [...]
Tue, May 24, 2016
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Trials come in various shapes and sizes. It's how we respond to those trials that determine who we really are. Katherine Wolf, joined by her husband, Jay, talks about the massive brainstem stroke she miraculously survived just months after giving birth to their son. The Wolfs recall what drew them together as college students and what their life was like on the sunny California coast before this life-altering trauma. [...]
Mon, May 23, 2016
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Men, do you know how to lead a family? Pastor Voddie Baucham shares four areas where men should lead their families: evangelism and the fallen nature of children, marriage enrichment, discipleship and corrective discipline, and lifestyle evaluation. [...]
Fri, May 20, 2016
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For a man to lead his family spiritually, he needs to continue to point them to the gospel. Pastor Voddie Baucham says that we first need to understand that the gospel is important because of sin; because without the proclamation of sinful man, there is no proclamation of a gracious God. [...]
Thu, May 19, 2016
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Is being tempted to sin, a sin? Authors Denny Burk and Heath Lambert explain that while some sin is external and comes from the outside, like wanting that piece of cake our doctor told us to forgo, other sins are internal and stem from our own desires. Jesus never desired something that was forbidden Him, but we do. If you desire sin, then the desire itself is a sin. Jesus, however, came to bring life, and to transform our desires into godliness. [...]
Wed, May 18, 2016
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