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.
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What does it really mean to submit yourself to your spouse and love them the way that Christ loves His church?
When we were children our parents were our caregivers, but what happens when those roles reverse?
Kids can be prayer warriors, too! Find out how to give your children the knowledge they need to talk with God every day.
Being a step or single parent comes with a number of challenges but also with rich rewards.
Understand the spiritual, mental and physical reasons for our obsessions around counting calories, overeating, and turning to certain meals for comfort.
Do you think of prayer as being something passive, or active?
As a kid, you had big hopes and dreams for your life. And then, reality set it. A Focus on the Family podcast about rediscovering your identity in God.
How can we give our children freedom to learn, but also protect them from the dangers of social media? Find out in this Australian Focus on the Family podcast.
When your children are little, you can wrap them in your arms. But when they grow up, sometimes all you can do is wrap them in your prayers.
Has your child suddenly depressed and withdrawn? Maybe he or she is dealing with a bully.
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.