As parents, we need to continually remind our children of certain principles so that they learn to do the right thing. In the same way, as Believers, we need to be continually reminded of Biblical truth.
If you could do it all over again, what would you do more of? Less of? What’s a life lesson you’re desperate to pass on? Join Michael in studio with Jon Gauger as he discuss his book, “If You Could Do It All Over Again…” and shares the insight and advice he gathered from dozens of Christian leaders.
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., calls herself a chronic dieter, a moniker most people can identify with at some point in their lives. Constance talks with us about the dangers of becoming a slave to our eating habits, and how we can overcome them.
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 of 18, carrying the weight throughout the greater part of their adult lives.
Author of Smart Money, Smart Kids Rachel Cruze says parents should train their children to budget and save early on to avoid this debt. Rachel—who started making appearances at money management talks with her father, Dave Ramsey, at age 15—joins us on the show to talk about how you can set your child up for financial success right now.
Often in our discussions about coming to know Christ, we encounter those “wilderness” moments where we are broken, only to be healed and to grow stronger in our faith. Chris Baxter, mother of four and author of A Mother’s Privilege, has experienced her share of these tests. On the broadcast, Chris discusses the moments that marked her life, and shares with us how God’s love helped her to realize He was walking by her side after all.