Katie’s newest book is called, Recipes for a Sweet Child: Creative Bible-based Activities to Help Your Family Thrive. She talks about some of the struggles we feel as parents and grandparents about helping children learn positive character traits, and some practical ways to help.
Jill interviews Stan about one of the domains of the MyBridge ministry, MyBridge Momentum, and the Ministry’s new program, the Incubator – the birthing of new ministries in the State of Nebraska – and how to start, utilizing the Crucible process.
Susie Larson’s new book, “Closer than Your Next Breath,” answers the question, “Where is God when you need Him most?” We talk with Susie about what it means that God is so close to us, why we don’t always feel like He is, and what we can do if we’re feeling He’s not.
Shaunti Feldhahn, social researcher and author, experienced last year what many in the MyBridge family have: her son graduated from high school. She talks this morning about teenagers and what is true of teens compared to what we often hear in our culture.
Dr. Kathy Koch, Founder and President of Celebrate Kids, has talked about several books in the past such as, “Screens and Teens,” “No More Perfect Kids,” “8 Great Smarts,” and “Five to Thrive.” e’re revisiting a conversation with her about how we can improve our communication with our kids.
Dr. Lee Warren, a neurosurgeon in North Platte, recently released, “Hope Is the First Dose: A Treatment Plan for Recovering from Trauma, Tragedy, and Other Massive Things.” Lee had his own journey with trauma and tragedy in the death of his son and shares from his own experience of what God did in his life.