Focus on the Family Daily

FOCUS ON THE FAMILY AFRICA  |  Podcast , ±26 min episodes every day  | 
Focus on the Family is a half-hour daily dose of encouragement and advice for the family with keys to stronger marriages, effective parenting, deeper relationships and a more satisfying lifestyle. Focus on the Family has become one of today's most recognized Christian radio programmes.

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Sharing Your Faith in Everyday Life

As a twenty-something, with sweat dripping from his face, Rico Tice tried to share his faith with a friend. Pastor Tice will help you to boldly, yet naturally share your Christian faith with others. He’ll help you to overcome your fear of rejection and tell others about the Gospel, with honesty and humility.

Thinking Your Way to a Better Marriage (Part 2 of 2)

Sometimes, all it takes to build a great marriage is a change in your perspective! On the next “Focus on the Family,” you’ll learn how your thoughts towards your spouse affect your relationship, how you can create a win-win environment, how to make physical intimacy a vibrant part of your marriage, and about the importance of building a friendship with your spouse.

Thinking Your Way to a Better Marriage (Part 1 of 2)

How you think about your spouse greatly affects your marital satisfaction. On the next “Focus on the Family,” practical ways you can look for the good in your spouse, how you can work through differences and challenges, and how to create a win-win environment. A reminder that you can find joy, regardless of your spouse’s behavior.

Remembering to Have Fun in Your Life

On the next “Focus on the Family,” Jim Burns encourages you to slow down and enjoy life more, while focusing on Christ, your family, and other important relationships. Jim and his wife, Cathy, have both had bouts with cancer, but they’ve made it a priority to maintain joy and have fun, while reflecting on God’s beauty and building a lasting legacy.

Rethinking Your Parenting Strategies (Part 2 of 2)

Sometimes the best lesson your child can learn will come from life itself! On the next “Focus on the Family,” why you need to step back and see how kids will solve their own problems — rather than rushing in to help every time.

Rethinking Your Parenting Strategies (Part 1 of 2)

Maybe you know this frustration — your child keeps misbehaving and nothing you do seems to work! On the next “Focus on the Family,” some new strategies for parents — where you talk less, enforce consequences, and let your kids learn from their mistakes!

Helping Children Understand How They Feel

Emotions can be overwhelming for young children to understand — and difficult for parents to navigate! Next time on “Focus on the Family,” we’ll examine how we often suppress or numb our feelings. Instead, we must learn to identify and express emotions in healthy ways — as both children and adults.

Living Out Loud: Embracing Your Confidence

I wonder if you’ve stopped to consider where you find security – maybe it’s in your people skills, your job, or your bank account. On the next “Focus on the Family,” Deborah Pegues will help you grow in godly confidence to experience God’s peace.

Surviving Divorce and Single Parenthood (Part 2 of 2)

After 17 years of marriage, Susan Birdseye became the victim of infidelity and an unwanted divorce. On the next “Focus on the Family,” she shares her remarkable story of how she and her five children learned to navigate broken hearts and seek God’s best for their family.

Surviving Divorce and Single Parenthood (Part 1 of 2)

How do you cope with kids and a broken heart? On the next “Focus on the Family,” a dramatic story about a seemingly happy marriage destroyed by a simple announcement — “I’m leaving.” Discover how Susan Birdseye and her five children learned to cope — and draw even closer to the Lord.

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