Family Life Today

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

Is homosexual desire right or wrong? Professors Heath Lambert and Denny Burk talk about the complexities of homosexual desire. Considering Jesus' words in Matthew 5:28, "that whoever even looks at his neighbor's wife to lust after her has committed adultery with her in his heart," Burk and Lambert remind us that God wants all of our desires to conform to His will, including homosexual desires. What we do is bad because what we want is bad, but there's hope when we point people to Christ. [...]
Tue, May 17, 2016
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Disobeying God is a sin. But is thinking about disobeying God a sin? Seminary Professors Heath Lambert and Denny Burk tackle some topics that have become increasingly confusing in our culture, even to believers-homosexual desire and identity. Lambert and Burk remind us that sin has broken each and every one of us and that each of us struggle with sinful proclivities, homosexuality being just one of them. However, they remind us not to forget the redeeming and transforming power of the gospel. [...]
Mon, May 16, 2016
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When we think of Christ's command to "go and make disciples," most of us think that means leaving our homes and going out into the world. But suppose we applied this verse to our own children? Author Jason Houser talks to parents about teaching their children to love and serve the Lord. [...]
Fri, May 13, 2016
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What does it look like to make disciples ... of your kids? Jason Houser, founder of Seeds Family Worship, talks to parents about the importance of training their children in the ways of God. Jason reminds moms and dads that discipleship is a lifestyle, and can be done easily through everyday opportunities. [...]
Thu, May 12, 2016
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Feeling a little under the pile lately, Mom? Pediatrician Dr. Meg Meeker, a mother of four, encourages moms to enjoy their little ones while they have them underfoot. Meg instructs mothers to find a way to live simply and to remember that a mother's goal isn't to make her kids happy or to get them in the right schools, but to teach them to be good, solid people. [...]
Wed, May 11, 2016
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