So, what do we do when our spouse seemingly refuses to love us? We try to love them. We go so far as to figure out their love language and love them that way, but it seems to be a one-way street. Short of a Louisville Slugger up side their head, what’s a spouse to do?! Listen in as the guys give you some much needed options.
The fellas are proud to bring to the golden Pairadocs microphones, Eric Geiger. Eric is senior VP at LifeWay, has the Five Leadership Questions podcast, and author of his latest book, How to Ruin Your Life. We’ve all seen the stories of King David and a host of other spiritual leaders that have, due to their own sinful behavior, had their lives completely implode. But through Christ, their stories don’t stop with their biggest mistake…and neither will yours.
Join the guys this week as they discuss a parent’s healthy, biblical approach to addressing the issue of homosexuality in one of their children. What is the right approach? What is the wrong approach? What…are we supposed to do?! Come to find out…love will find a way.
Listen this week as Jimmy and Josh let down their hair, make their way to the mosh pit, and have an in depth conversation with Tommy Green, the lead singer of the Christian hardcore band, Sleeping Giant. This guy is intriguing, original, passionate, and an amazing believer. See what you can learn from a guy with more tattoos than…well, certainly more than Josh. Way more than Josh.
Most Christian parent’s worst nightmare is the moment when their child might say the dreaded words, “Stop trying to cram your religion down my throat!” This week, the boys discuss the difference between a teen’s healthy examination of their faith and a complete rejection of it. And, how are parents sometimes the cause…
This week the guys sit down with Randy Robison and his new book, Age of Promise. Listen in as they discuss the importance of not dismissing the Old Testament from our modern-day faith. It’s importance to our family and our faith walk.
This week Jimmy and Josh delve into the impact and importance of our family of origin. FOO in psychology circles. Not only did you not leave your FOO when you got married or left your home as an adult. Your FOO still has a strong influence on who you are and where you’re going.