For decades Focus on the Family has been at the forefront of helping families and relationships thrive.
By focusing on real life issues they have become known as a trusted source for practical help - and they're only as far away as your radio! Programmes tackle the challenging issues of raising kids, marriage & relationships, good health, drugs, pornography, depression, bullying, teenage sexuality and much more head on.
Thousands of listeners have told us they find regular encouragement and practical advice in Focus on the Family.
Ann White’s marriage was in desperate trouble, but she was terrified to let anyone know.
Being a parent takes wisdom, courage, heart and love. But, being the parent of a girl requires special care.
What you say, and don’t say, will have a dramatic impact on your relationships.
Even in the midst of mundane moments, God sees you and loves you. Sara shares her personal story about going through ministry burnout.
A powerful personal story about discovering God’s joy in the midst of chronic pain and suffering. Hope for families facing end-of-life decisions.
It’s not easy trying to be both mum and dad, especially when you’re struggling to cope with just being on your own.
When it comes to suffering, most people expect God to be more “hands on” in alleviating their pain. But God can often seem distant, instead.
Three adults who the world says shouldn’t exist, share their personal stories of survival and speak up for those unborn children who can’t yet speak for themselves.
A miscarriage. A cancer diagnosis. A home break-in. Pastor Peter Chin and his wife, Carol, share about these devastating blows to their family as they were in the midst of planting a church in the inner-city.
Sometimes a difficult season of life can make us wonder if God REALLY cares. Emily Colson shares about a very dark time in her life, when she was a house-bound single mum of a boy with autism.
Dave Carder helps you affair-proof your marriage by revealing how attractions can lead to affairs, and how you can make wise, protective decisions.
Navigating your teen’s digital world may seem overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be!
Julie Manning on how her life was turned upside-down, and how God has graciously showed her the importance of living every day as if it might be the last.
Michele Cushatt shares how three bouts with cancer brought her to a place of peace with herself and with God, as she began to reconcile with the One who has loved her and accepted her from the start.