Interviews

If we step back from the candidates and consider the issues, how does the Bible direct our perspective on abortion, same sex marriage, gun control, immigration and health care? Find out in this interview with Dr. Darrell Bock, author of "How Would Jesus Vote?"...

The Evangelical Christian community continues to struggle with complex issues of the 2016 presidential election. Do we have a moral obligation to vote? Join Michael in studio with Dr. Wayne Grudem as he shares his views on our flawed candidates. Recorded on September 13, 2016....

Dennis and Barbara Rainey join Michael in studio and discuss how to keep the romance alive in your marriage and how to encourage millennials when juggling their passions and ambitions in conjunction with marriage and family. ...

Are we missing out on a more fulfilling marriage and life because we've misunderstood the pursuit of holiness? Join Michael Easley in studio with best-selling author and speaker, Gary Thomas, as they discuss the biblical perspective to cultivating a successful marriage....

Whether you’ve been married for two years or fifty years, marriage can be a challenge. Listen in as Michael Easley discusses common marital trouble spots with his dear friends, Robert and Liz White who serve with re|engage, a national marriage enrichment program. ...

Cindy Easley is back in the studio sharing her journey of understanding what biblical submission looks like for a strong, independent woman. ...

A great marriage demands intentionality and hard work from a husband and wife. Hear Dr. Michael Easley in studio with his wife, Cindy, as they discuss personal struggles in the early years of their marriage and advice on how to explore your own expectations of...

We can apply “all things in moderation” to so many aspects of our lives. Our relationship with food can sometimes be a murky area, but living by this standard can help us to fight body image fears. Constance Rhodes, CEO and Founder of FINDINGbalance, Inc.,...

America’s collective student debt is at a staggering $1.2 trillion, but what’s the most disturbing part? Parents are unconcerned. That’s right—our culture has come to assume that the only way to put a child through school is to become burdened with debt at the age...