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September 24, 2021

Cultivate Positive Emotion

Author: Valorie Burton

No matter how much positivity you have in your life these days, if you turn on the news, you're bound to feel stress and negative emotions rise. That's why it's more important than ever to ...

July 01, 2021

Obama's America

Author: Rebecca Hagelin

Rebecca Hagelin talks about the documentary, "2016: Obama's America." She tells some about the film and then discusses how it relates to the family and particularly to our children.

July 01, 2021

The Disappearance of Leisure

Author: Rebecca Hagelin

It used to be that Sunday was a day where the family got together and hung out. Maybe going to grandma's for a nice Sunday dinner. But, today is a lot different. Families rarely spend time together. W

July 01, 2021

Government’s Heavy Hand Favors Abortion Over Faith

Author: Rebecca Hagelin

Rebecca Hagelin talks about Dr. Dobson's unrelenting commitment to help families and marriages in today's culture, including helping protect the un-born. Dr. Dobson is one of the biggest proponents of

July 01, 2021

Vintage Proposal—a Return to More Romantic Times

Author: Rebecca Hagelin

Rebecca Hagelin tells a story of love, faith and romance as she recounts for us the love story and marriage proposal to her daughter from her fiance.

July 01, 2021

Nailed to the Cross

Author: JT Waresak

As fathers, our love is defined by the sacrifice and commitment we show our families.

July 01, 2021

Beat the Winter Blues

Author: Rebecca Hagelin

A month like we're having reminds me why I hate winter. Last week’s bitter cold swept across the country, from Minnesota to Maine, and Wisconsin to Virginia.

July 01, 2021

The World is Stacked Against Me

Question: Dr. Dobson, sometimes I feel like the world is stacked against me. I'm not sure why, except I just think I don't have a chance to really be somebody. Whenever something goes wrong for me, I