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FamilyLife Today® on Oneplace.com

Dave and Ann Wilson with cohost Bob Lepine

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FamilyLife Today® on Oneplace.com

FamilyLife Today® on Oneplace.com

Dave and Ann Wilson with cohost Bob Lepine

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15
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To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/84FamilyLife Today is conversational in nature and provides practical, biblical tools to address the issues affecting your family. You'll receive motivation, encouragement, and help.

Latest Episodes

Telling The Whole Truth// Day 3, "Transparency in Sexual Intimacy"

To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/84/29 Ryan and Selena Frederick, authors of the book, "See Through Marriage," join Dave and Ann Wilson to discuss transparency in marriage. Not every conversation in marriage needs to be deep, but according to the Fredericks, making a habit of always floating above the truth will backfire. Real honesty always requires meaningful risk. Ryan explains the career and parenting sacrifices he and Selena have made to pursue a marriage where they are "fully known and fully loved."

29 min4 d ago
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Telling The Whole Truth// Day 3, "Transparency in Sexual Intimacy"

Fully Known and Fully Loved

To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/84/29 Dave and Ann Wilson talk with Ryan and Selena Frederick about the freedom in a marriage where both spouses are fully known and fully loved. Shame makes us want to hide, but transparency leads to a greater purpose than just intimacy in marriagemore glory for God. What's the right heart posture to build a love that "rejoices in the truth?" What should we do if we think our spouse is hiding something? And what's the difference between "keeping" peace and "making" peace?

29 min4 d ago
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Fully Known and Fully Loved

Navigating Restoration

To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/84/29 Women of Joy conference founder Phil Waldrep talks about the aftermath of a friend's betrayal. After asking for his friend's resignation, Waldrep recalls the long journey he took to find healing from this hurt, all the while holding out hope that someday he and his friend would be reconciled. Waldrep tells how examining some restored Japanese pottery at an antique store one day taught him a lesson about reconciliation.

28 min5 d ago
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Navigating Restoration

Stages of Grief Over Betrayal

To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/84/29 When Phil Waldrep was betrayed by a close friend and coworker, he forgave him and took steps to rebuild his friendship. But when Waldrep's friend betrayed him a second time, the anguish and hurt of this man's actions caused an inner struggle that wasn't easy to recover from. Waldrep walks us through the various stages of grief he dealt with, including denial and anger, and remembers the defining moment when he knew in his heart he had forgiven the man for his trangressions.

25 min6 d ago
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Stages of Grief Over Betrayal

The Shock of Betrayal

To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/84/29 Dave and Ann Wilson join Pastor Phil Waldrep, author of the book "Beyond Betrayal," to discuss the process of healing from betrayal. Whether you've been betrayed by a close friend or family member, Waldrep shares a trusted path to recovery.

24 min1 w ago
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The Shock of Betrayal

How Anger Can Save A Marriage

To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/84/29 Pastor Scott Sauls, author of the book "A Gentle Answer," joins Dave and Ann Wilson to coach listeners with practical insights on using gentle answers in relationships. Learn the six most powerful words in a marriage. Find out why it's not a gentle response unless the other person says it's gentle, or how we can give a soft answer and still not be gentle. Anger, says Sauls, is a destructive energyit's a godly thing to be angry only in an effort to destroy problems, never people. Learn how it can actually help save a dying marriage.

26 min1 w ago
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How Anger Can Save A Marriage

Filtering Your Speech

To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/84/29 Hosts Dave and Ann Wilson are joined by pastor and author Scott Sauls as they continue their discussion on the value of gentle answers in human interactions, especially in the midst of a cultural environment dominated by "us against them" thinking. Fear often drives our most passionate, opinionated answers, but we must remain humble and kind no matter who we interact with.

25 min1 w ago
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Filtering Your Speech

De-Escalating A Conflict

To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/84/29 Pastor Scott Sauls, author of the book, "A Gentle Answer," joins Dave and Ann Wilson to discuss the power of gentle answers in a culture of outrage. Gentle answers communicate, "You matter, your opinion matters." People don't get scolded into agreement, Sauls says. No one ever says "Thank you for lecturing and shaming me." Yes, confront sin with truth, but take the log out of your own eye first, as Jesus commanded.

25 min1 w ago
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De-Escalating A Conflict

Leaving a Legacy of Enduring Faith

To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/84/29 Dave and Ann Wilson continue their conversation with NFL players Dan Orlovsky, Jon Kitna, and Josh McCown. They talk about the lasting legacy of their years together in Detroit, not just playing football but also letting their light shine (Matthew 5:16). They offer wisdom to parents raising kids who play sports, answering questions like: "Should parents allow their children to play football given all we now know about head injuries (CTE)?" and "Should we allow our son to play travel baseball?"

33 min1 w ago
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Leaving a Legacy of Enduring Faith

Experiencing Revival

To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/84/29 Dave Wilson is joined by former NFL quarterbacks Dan Orlovsky, Jon Kitna, and Josh McCown to provide an inside peek into their time together with the Detroit Lions. While they did not enjoy a lot of success on the field, they experienced a spiritual revival within their team. By the end of it, they saw over 39 players, wives, and children baptized for Christ. As Orlovsky describes it, all three players were psycho-maniacal, obsessive competitors on the field. But they embraced a higher mission as Christ-followers: to be incredible husbands, remarkable fathers, and amazing teammates.

30 min2 w ago
Comments
Experiencing Revival

Latest Episodes

Telling The Whole Truth// Day 3, "Transparency in Sexual Intimacy"

To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/84/29 Ryan and Selena Frederick, authors of the book, "See Through Marriage," join Dave and Ann Wilson to discuss transparency in marriage. Not every conversation in marriage needs to be deep, but according to the Fredericks, making a habit of always floating above the truth will backfire. Real honesty always requires meaningful risk. Ryan explains the career and parenting sacrifices he and Selena have made to pursue a marriage where they are "fully known and fully loved."

29 min4 d ago
Comments
Telling The Whole Truth// Day 3, "Transparency in Sexual Intimacy"

Fully Known and Fully Loved

To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/84/29 Dave and Ann Wilson talk with Ryan and Selena Frederick about the freedom in a marriage where both spouses are fully known and fully loved. Shame makes us want to hide, but transparency leads to a greater purpose than just intimacy in marriagemore glory for God. What's the right heart posture to build a love that "rejoices in the truth?" What should we do if we think our spouse is hiding something? And what's the difference between "keeping" peace and "making" peace?

29 min4 d ago
Comments
Fully Known and Fully Loved

Navigating Restoration

To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/84/29 Women of Joy conference founder Phil Waldrep talks about the aftermath of a friend's betrayal. After asking for his friend's resignation, Waldrep recalls the long journey he took to find healing from this hurt, all the while holding out hope that someday he and his friend would be reconciled. Waldrep tells how examining some restored Japanese pottery at an antique store one day taught him a lesson about reconciliation.

28 min5 d ago
Comments
Navigating Restoration

Stages of Grief Over Betrayal

To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/84/29 When Phil Waldrep was betrayed by a close friend and coworker, he forgave him and took steps to rebuild his friendship. But when Waldrep's friend betrayed him a second time, the anguish and hurt of this man's actions caused an inner struggle that wasn't easy to recover from. Waldrep walks us through the various stages of grief he dealt with, including denial and anger, and remembers the defining moment when he knew in his heart he had forgiven the man for his trangressions.

25 min6 d ago
Comments
Stages of Grief Over Betrayal

The Shock of Betrayal

To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/84/29 Dave and Ann Wilson join Pastor Phil Waldrep, author of the book "Beyond Betrayal," to discuss the process of healing from betrayal. Whether you've been betrayed by a close friend or family member, Waldrep shares a trusted path to recovery.

24 min1 w ago
Comments
The Shock of Betrayal

How Anger Can Save A Marriage

To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/84/29 Pastor Scott Sauls, author of the book "A Gentle Answer," joins Dave and Ann Wilson to coach listeners with practical insights on using gentle answers in relationships. Learn the six most powerful words in a marriage. Find out why it's not a gentle response unless the other person says it's gentle, or how we can give a soft answer and still not be gentle. Anger, says Sauls, is a destructive energyit's a godly thing to be angry only in an effort to destroy problems, never people. Learn how it can actually help save a dying marriage.

26 min1 w ago
Comments
How Anger Can Save A Marriage

Filtering Your Speech

To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/84/29 Hosts Dave and Ann Wilson are joined by pastor and author Scott Sauls as they continue their discussion on the value of gentle answers in human interactions, especially in the midst of a cultural environment dominated by "us against them" thinking. Fear often drives our most passionate, opinionated answers, but we must remain humble and kind no matter who we interact with.

25 min1 w ago
Comments
Filtering Your Speech

De-Escalating A Conflict

To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/84/29 Pastor Scott Sauls, author of the book, "A Gentle Answer," joins Dave and Ann Wilson to discuss the power of gentle answers in a culture of outrage. Gentle answers communicate, "You matter, your opinion matters." People don't get scolded into agreement, Sauls says. No one ever says "Thank you for lecturing and shaming me." Yes, confront sin with truth, but take the log out of your own eye first, as Jesus commanded.

25 min1 w ago
Comments
De-Escalating A Conflict

Leaving a Legacy of Enduring Faith

To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/84/29 Dave and Ann Wilson continue their conversation with NFL players Dan Orlovsky, Jon Kitna, and Josh McCown. They talk about the lasting legacy of their years together in Detroit, not just playing football but also letting their light shine (Matthew 5:16). They offer wisdom to parents raising kids who play sports, answering questions like: "Should parents allow their children to play football given all we now know about head injuries (CTE)?" and "Should we allow our son to play travel baseball?"

33 min1 w ago
Comments
Leaving a Legacy of Enduring Faith

Experiencing Revival

To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/84/29 Dave Wilson is joined by former NFL quarterbacks Dan Orlovsky, Jon Kitna, and Josh McCown to provide an inside peek into their time together with the Detroit Lions. While they did not enjoy a lot of success on the field, they experienced a spiritual revival within their team. By the end of it, they saw over 39 players, wives, and children baptized for Christ. As Orlovsky describes it, all three players were psycho-maniacal, obsessive competitors on the field. But they embraced a higher mission as Christ-followers: to be incredible husbands, remarkable fathers, and amazing teammates.

30 min2 w ago
Comments
Experiencing Revival
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