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Faith & Family is a program that lets families keep their Lutheran faith first as we praise God for the gift He has given us in our children, parents, grandparents, and even the in-laws! Every day, Faith & Family will have an expert on the show to discuss life issues such as money management, dealing with divorce, adoption, how to raise children to lead a God-centered life in a very non-Christian world, and more. Faith & Family is graciously underwritten by Concordia University Wisconsin.

Latest Episodes

Poet Michelle Swope: “God’s Harvest” --- 2017/12/22

Guest Michelle Lynn Swope, poet and author of “Through Time’s Looking Glass” and now “God’s Harvest,” talks about her love of poetry and reads a few of her poems. Find her book on Amazon: amazon.com/Gods-Harvest-Michelle-Lynn-Swope/dp/1615388907/ref=sr_1_2 Today’s program is a rebroadcast from June 23, 2017.

-1 s2017 DEC 23
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Poet Michelle Swope: “God’s Harvest” --- 2017/12/22

Poet Michelle Swope --- 2017/12/22

Guest Michelle Swope talks about her life as a poet, and Michelle also shares some of her newest poetry in her new book, “Through Time’s Looking Glass.” Find her book on Amazon.com. Today’s program is a rebroadcast from January 19, 2017.

-1 s2017 DEC 23
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Poet Michelle Swope --- 2017/12/22

Why Do My Social Media Posts Make All My Friends Angry? --- 2017/12/22

We’ve all been there. You post something seemingly innocent on your social media page, and when you go back to check your notifications, all of your friends are yelling at each other! You’re left wondering how it all happened and whether it’s worth it to explain your post or just go hide under a rock. Guest Peter Slayton, Social Media Manager for the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod, joins host Sarah Gulseth, who manages social media for KFUO Radio, to talk about context collapse on social media and what we can do about it. Today’s program is a rebroadcast from August 23, 2017.

-1 s2017 DEC 23
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Why Do My Social Media Posts Make All My Friends Angry? --- 2017/12/22

Raising Responsible Teens --- 2017/12/21

Guest Amy Carney, who blogs about parenting with a purpose at amycarney.com, talks about how to raise teens to be competent and capable adults. What should parents do – and not do – to help their children be successful? Should parents always come to the rescue? Listen in and learn some tips! Today’s program is a rebroadcast from July 6, 2017.

-1 s2017 DEC 22
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Raising Responsible Teens --- 2017/12/21

Attacked By the Devil: Spiritual Warfare --- 2017/12/21

Guest Rev. Dr. Robert H. Bennett, Executive Director of Luther Academy and author of I Am Not Afraid: Demon Possession and Spiritual Warfare and Afraid: Demon Possession and Spiritual Warfare in America, both available from cph.org, shares insights into spiritual warfare in America and in our churches, including why and how the devil attacks us and what we can do about it. Today’s program is a rebroadcast from October 25, 2017.

-1 s2017 DEC 22
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Attacked By the Devil: Spiritual Warfare --- 2017/12/21

Should I Talk to a Pastor or Psychologist? --- 2017/12/20

Pastors and psychologists are both wonderful resources for people who are struggling, but when should someone talk to a pastor and when should someone talk to a psychologist? Guests Rev. David Fleming, Senior Pastor of Our Savior Lutheran Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and a Collegium Fellow with DOXOLOGY, and Deaconess Heidi Goehmann, LCSW, helps us talk through these professions and how each one cares for the people who bring their struggles to them. Learn more about DOXOLOGY at doxology.us and learn about NAMI at nami.org. Today’s program is a rebroadcast from March 2, 2017.

-1 s2017 DEC 21
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Should I Talk to a Pastor or Psychologist? --- 2017/12/20

Caring for Young Children and Older Adults Together --- 2017/12/19

Today we talk about caring for young children and older adults together at the Lutheran Care Center in Altamont, IL. Guests Karen Hille, Lutheran Care Center Administrator; Lena Myers, LCC Child Enrichment Center Director; Marsha Nolan, Activity Director; Emily Miller, employee & daycare parent; and Joyce Fathauer, Lutheran Care Center resident, talk about the different aspects of this wonderful ministry. The conversation covers the decision to offer child care and learning on site, why parents choose to send their children to the center, why residents love having the children at the center, and the benefits that everyone receives having children and older adults together. Learn more at altamontlcc.org. Today’s program is a rebroadcast from February 15, 2017.

-1 s2017 DEC 20
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Caring for Young Children and Older Adults Together --- 2017/12/19

Information Security on Personal Devices --- 2017/12/18

Guest Dave Farquhar, Technical Account Manager with Qualys, talks about information security on our computers and devices. How can I know how secure my home computer is? How easily can someone hack my home computer and steal personal information? What can I do to improve the security of my digital information? Learn these answers and more. Looking for additional information? Find more ways to keep your home computer and personal devices on the following links: dfarq.homeip.net/how-can-i-know-how-secure-my-home-computer-is dfarq.homeip.net/what-can-i-do-to-improve-the-security-of-my-digital-information dfarq.homeip.net/how-easily-can-someone-hack-my-home-computer-and-steal-personal-information Today’s program is a rebroadcast from March 13, 2017.

-1 s2017 DEC 19
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Information Security on Personal Devices --- 2017/12/18

Parenting the Internet Generation --- 2017/12/18

Guest Chris McKenna with Covenant Eyes talks about how to parent kids of the internet generation. How easy is it for children to access inappropriate information, including pornography, on the internet? How does that information harm children, and what can parents do to protect their children? Download a free e-book about Parenting the Internet Generation at covenanteyes.com/parenting-the-internet-generation and learn more about the work of Covenant Eyes at covenanteyes.com. Today’s program is a rebroadcast from March 15, 2017.

-1 s2017 DEC 19
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Parenting the Internet Generation --- 2017/12/18

Words Mean Things: Classical Education --- 2017/12/14

Guest Heather Smith, Classical Education Advocate, shares insight into what classical education is and why it’s a great option for parents to consider for their children. Classical education includes things like memorization and rhetoric, and the idea that words mean things.

-1 s2017 DEC 15
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Words Mean Things: Classical Education --- 2017/12/14

Latest Episodes

Poet Michelle Swope: “God’s Harvest” --- 2017/12/22

Guest Michelle Lynn Swope, poet and author of “Through Time’s Looking Glass” and now “God’s Harvest,” talks about her love of poetry and reads a few of her poems. Find her book on Amazon: amazon.com/Gods-Harvest-Michelle-Lynn-Swope/dp/1615388907/ref=sr_1_2 Today’s program is a rebroadcast from June 23, 2017.

-1 s2017 DEC 23
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Poet Michelle Swope: “God’s Harvest” --- 2017/12/22

Poet Michelle Swope --- 2017/12/22

Guest Michelle Swope talks about her life as a poet, and Michelle also shares some of her newest poetry in her new book, “Through Time’s Looking Glass.” Find her book on Amazon.com. Today’s program is a rebroadcast from January 19, 2017.

-1 s2017 DEC 23
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Poet Michelle Swope --- 2017/12/22

Why Do My Social Media Posts Make All My Friends Angry? --- 2017/12/22

We’ve all been there. You post something seemingly innocent on your social media page, and when you go back to check your notifications, all of your friends are yelling at each other! You’re left wondering how it all happened and whether it’s worth it to explain your post or just go hide under a rock. Guest Peter Slayton, Social Media Manager for the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod, joins host Sarah Gulseth, who manages social media for KFUO Radio, to talk about context collapse on social media and what we can do about it. Today’s program is a rebroadcast from August 23, 2017.

-1 s2017 DEC 23
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Why Do My Social Media Posts Make All My Friends Angry? --- 2017/12/22

Raising Responsible Teens --- 2017/12/21

Guest Amy Carney, who blogs about parenting with a purpose at amycarney.com, talks about how to raise teens to be competent and capable adults. What should parents do – and not do – to help their children be successful? Should parents always come to the rescue? Listen in and learn some tips! Today’s program is a rebroadcast from July 6, 2017.

-1 s2017 DEC 22
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Raising Responsible Teens --- 2017/12/21

Attacked By the Devil: Spiritual Warfare --- 2017/12/21

Guest Rev. Dr. Robert H. Bennett, Executive Director of Luther Academy and author of I Am Not Afraid: Demon Possession and Spiritual Warfare and Afraid: Demon Possession and Spiritual Warfare in America, both available from cph.org, shares insights into spiritual warfare in America and in our churches, including why and how the devil attacks us and what we can do about it. Today’s program is a rebroadcast from October 25, 2017.

-1 s2017 DEC 22
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Attacked By the Devil: Spiritual Warfare --- 2017/12/21

Should I Talk to a Pastor or Psychologist? --- 2017/12/20

Pastors and psychologists are both wonderful resources for people who are struggling, but when should someone talk to a pastor and when should someone talk to a psychologist? Guests Rev. David Fleming, Senior Pastor of Our Savior Lutheran Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and a Collegium Fellow with DOXOLOGY, and Deaconess Heidi Goehmann, LCSW, helps us talk through these professions and how each one cares for the people who bring their struggles to them. Learn more about DOXOLOGY at doxology.us and learn about NAMI at nami.org. Today’s program is a rebroadcast from March 2, 2017.

-1 s2017 DEC 21
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Should I Talk to a Pastor or Psychologist? --- 2017/12/20

Caring for Young Children and Older Adults Together --- 2017/12/19

Today we talk about caring for young children and older adults together at the Lutheran Care Center in Altamont, IL. Guests Karen Hille, Lutheran Care Center Administrator; Lena Myers, LCC Child Enrichment Center Director; Marsha Nolan, Activity Director; Emily Miller, employee & daycare parent; and Joyce Fathauer, Lutheran Care Center resident, talk about the different aspects of this wonderful ministry. The conversation covers the decision to offer child care and learning on site, why parents choose to send their children to the center, why residents love having the children at the center, and the benefits that everyone receives having children and older adults together. Learn more at altamontlcc.org. Today’s program is a rebroadcast from February 15, 2017.

-1 s2017 DEC 20
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Caring for Young Children and Older Adults Together --- 2017/12/19

Information Security on Personal Devices --- 2017/12/18

Guest Dave Farquhar, Technical Account Manager with Qualys, talks about information security on our computers and devices. How can I know how secure my home computer is? How easily can someone hack my home computer and steal personal information? What can I do to improve the security of my digital information? Learn these answers and more. Looking for additional information? Find more ways to keep your home computer and personal devices on the following links: dfarq.homeip.net/how-can-i-know-how-secure-my-home-computer-is dfarq.homeip.net/what-can-i-do-to-improve-the-security-of-my-digital-information dfarq.homeip.net/how-easily-can-someone-hack-my-home-computer-and-steal-personal-information Today’s program is a rebroadcast from March 13, 2017.

-1 s2017 DEC 19
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Information Security on Personal Devices --- 2017/12/18

Parenting the Internet Generation --- 2017/12/18

Guest Chris McKenna with Covenant Eyes talks about how to parent kids of the internet generation. How easy is it for children to access inappropriate information, including pornography, on the internet? How does that information harm children, and what can parents do to protect their children? Download a free e-book about Parenting the Internet Generation at covenanteyes.com/parenting-the-internet-generation and learn more about the work of Covenant Eyes at covenanteyes.com. Today’s program is a rebroadcast from March 15, 2017.

-1 s2017 DEC 19
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Parenting the Internet Generation --- 2017/12/18

Words Mean Things: Classical Education --- 2017/12/14

Guest Heather Smith, Classical Education Advocate, shares insight into what classical education is and why it’s a great option for parents to consider for their children. Classical education includes things like memorization and rhetoric, and the idea that words mean things.

-1 s2017 DEC 15
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Words Mean Things: Classical Education --- 2017/12/14
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