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Real Conversations with Real Families

I believe we have the power to change the world, but we must start in our own homes. Building godly homes is a holy calling to pursue in order to make a real difference. Join me each week as I interview guests who’ve faced challenges in their own home life and have come through with inspiring stories of hope. Let these conversations help you navigate the struggles you face in your own home so you can keep building strong.

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LATEST EPISODES

In this episode my guest, Amber Albee Swenson, shares practical tips that are really simple to incorporate into your relationship …

One of the struggles that hit every family in some way is when you lose someone you love. Today’s guest, …

Parents can play a critical role in their child's education by exploring and employing advocacy methods within the school system. By voicing concerns, attending meetings, and voting, parents can challenge unfair practices, influence policies, and effect changes that prioritize children's mental well-being. Additionally, building strong relationships with educators and school staff can create an impactful collaboration towards effective support and nurturing of children's unique gifts and talents.

Melissa Roberts is an incredible woman who has devoted her life to uplifting and nurturing others. As the founder and CEO of Rahab's Women and Children Home in Griffin, Georgia, Melissa exudes compassion and a deep desire to create a better world. She is a dedicated wife, a loving mother of six children, and a strong advocate for the importance of good family values. Through her determination and sheer will, Melissa has implemented a twelve-month program for homeless mothers, equipping them with essential life skills. Her uncompromised dedication to instilling biblical principles and creating solid foundations for these families is truly inspirational.

In a world where children's literature seemed innocent and free from controversy, Marcia Moston's journey took an unexpected turn. As she embarked on her role as a library board member, little did she know that she would stumble upon a hidden truth. The prevalence of gender identity ideology in those beloved books shook her to the core, shattering her perception of what was safe for her children. But it was a chance encounter with a frail individual who had undergone a life-altering transition that deepened her longing for answers.

Typically, the roles that are most overlooked and least appreciated in our society are the ones that hold potential for immense personal growth and fulfillment. Kelly Needham’s perspective challenges the conventional view, highlighting the significance of mundane tasks in revealing our flawed perceptions of value. By embracing these overlooked roles, we can find satisfaction in our everyday lives and buck the system of external validation.

We are living in a human experiment for the first time in human history... living as tourists instead of as members of a place we're passing through. - Daniel Grothe

Brittany Roper is a woman of unyielding resilience and enduring faith who is an example of positivity amidst the many …

If you’re feeling overwhelmed by your suffering and finding no relief in your current efforts to overcome it, such as …

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