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Dr. James Dobson

Dr. James Dobson
Dr. James Dobson is the Founder and President of Family Talk, a nonprofit organization that produces his radio program, “Dr. James Dobson's Family Talk.” He is the author of more than 30 books

November 29, 2021

Make Some Memories This Christmas

Without a doubt, the best time of the year for shared memories is Christmas. Some of my happiest memories, both as a child and as an adult, have been rooted in the Christmas season.

October 06, 2021

Talking to Kids About Halloween

Question: Dr. Dobson, what do you tell kids about Halloween?
 

June 08, 2021

Three Principles of Authority

Three principles relative to authority are vitally important to the family, and to the continuation of our way of life:

1. The primary responsibility for the provision of authori

June 04, 2021

Manhood at Its Best

Here's an illustration of manhood at its best. After all, how else can we get a handle on the ephemeral qualities of character and strength in a man of God? It is understood most readily by observi

May 14, 2021

It All Comes Down to This

One of my colleagues died during my last year at Children's Hospital, having served on our university medical faculty for more than twenty-five years. During his tenure as a professor, he had earne

May 11, 2021

A Greater Meaning to Life

The only true source of meaning in life is found in love for God and His son Jesus Christ, and love for mankind, beginning with our own families. Compared to this fundamental system of values, ever

April 20, 2021

Faith Holds America Together

In our secular age the battle rages not only over the question of religion in our public life. The very concept of faith is under attack. Cynicism and unbelief mock faith and the sacrifices it brings

April 14, 2021

Marriage is a Marathon

During my freshman year I entered the mile run in a field of about twenty men. I was in good shape and finished second to an outstanding senior who rarely lost. He graduated that year and left the vac