Past Programs

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March 2015
March 30, 2015

Join in today as Gary Chapman answers a question from a listener. Should the fact that he's an evangelical Christian and she's Catholic be a concern if they get married? Listen to hear Gary Chapman's response. Catholic and an Evangelical Christian


Host: Gary Chapman


March 27, 2015 - March 29, 2015

A listener writes: "Gary, if I’m not a virgin anymore, should I bring this up with my girlfriend or just let it stay in the past?" Join in to hear Gary Chapman's response. Bringing Up Lost Virginity


Host: Gary Chapman


March 26, 2015

That is the design for Christian marriage: husbands and wives working together as a team, with the husband as the recognized leader. Listen to this program to hear Gary Chapman explain what that looks like from a Biblical perspective. Husband and Wife Roles


Host: Gary Chapman


March 25, 2015

We're going to be held accountable to God for how we lived our spiritual lives. Spiritual discernment is something that all believers need to grow. Find out more in today's program. Discernment in Spiritual Matters


Host: Gary Chapman


March 24, 2015

Headship does not mean that the husband has the right to make all the decisions and inform the wife of what is going to be done. Join in as Gary Chapman talks about the true meaning of what being the head of a family means. Husband Being the Head


Host: Gary Chapman


March 23, 2015

Today, Gary Chapman answers a listener who asks, "Gary, I feel that my marriage can be better, but how can I encourage my husband to put in more effort?" How to Encourage a Husband


Host: Gary Chapman


March 20, 2015

A listener asks, “You say that the “in love” experience only lasts 2 years. If a couple is dating longer than that, can it run out before marriage? What happens then?” Tune in to hear Gary Chapman's answer. The In-Love Experience


Host: Gary Chapman


March 19, 2015

Visions of democracy dance in the minds of many young couples, but when there are only two voting members, democracy often results in deadlock. How does a couple move beyond deadlock? Join in to hear the answer with Gary Chapman. Moving Beyond Deadlock


Host: Gary Chapman


March 17, 2015

Listening requires focus. When you drop everything and listen to your spouse, you communicate how much you care. Join in to hear Gary Chapman explain how listening shows love. Too Busy to Listen


Host: Gary Chapman


March 16, 2015

Gary Chapman gives advice to a listener who asks “Gary, my wife has been arrested for domestic abuse and it is tearing us apart. When is enough, enough?” When is Enough, Enough


Host: Gary Chapman


March 13, 2015 - March 15, 2015

Today, Gary Chapman responds to a listener wondering if it is possible to be trilingual in the love languages. Trilingual in Love Languages


Host: Gary Chapman


March 12, 2015

Listening means seeking to understand what the other person is thinking and feeling. It is putting ourselves in the other person’s shoes and trying to look at the world through their eyes. Join in as Gary Chapman shares how learning to listen can change a marriage. Learning to Listen


Host: Gary Chapman


March 11, 2015

When a man feels loved, and his wife gives a request to him, he's much more likely to fulfill it. Join in today to hear more on making a man feel loved. When a Man Feels Loved


Host: Gary Chapman


March 10, 2015

Many arguments form from one person being rigid. Join in today as Gary Chapman explains how marriage can be much better when rigidity doesn't rule. Rigidity


Host: Gary Chapman


March 9, 2015

Gary Chapman answers a concerned listener whose wife suddenly filed for divorce on today's program. My Wife Filed for Divorce


Host: Gary Chapman


March 6, 2015 - March 8, 2015

A listener asks, “Gary, is it possible to never be able to fill a person’s love tank ? I work very hard at it, but it doesn’t seem to make a difference with my wife.” Never Filling Someone's Love Tank


Host: Gary Chapman


March 5, 2015

Why is it so important to resolve conflicts? Because unresolved conflicts stand as barriers to marital unity. Listen today while Gary Chapman shares resolving conflict can save a marriage.


Host: Gary Chapman


March 4, 2015

How do we accept things about our spouse that we can change? Gary Chapman gives some biblical advice in today's program. The Accepting Spouse


Host: Gary Chapman


March 3, 2015

What’s so bad about arguing? It turns spouses into enemies who have feelings of hurt, anger, and resentment. Listen as Gary Chapman shares more about the impact arguing can have. What's so Bad About Arguing


Host: Gary Chapman


March 2, 2015

Today, Gary Chapman gives some advice to a listener wanting to know how to handle past addiction issues. Dealing with Past Addictions


Host: Gary Chapman


February 2015
February 27, 2015

A listener asks, “Gary, my husband likes to spend time by himself working on his projects. My Love Language is quality time. How can I get him to be with me more?” Join in to hear Gary Chapman answer. More Time with a Husband


Host: Gary Chapman


February 26, 2015

It is always right to request forgiveness. It is never right to demand forgiveness. Today, Gary Chapman explains the difference between asking and demanding forgiveness. It's Always Right to Request Forgiveness


Host: Gary Chapman


February 25, 2015

Today, Gary Chapman gives some thoughts on accepting things about our spouse that we can't change. Accepting Our Spouse


Host: Gary Chapman


February 24, 2015

Why is it so hard for some people to say, “Will you please forgive me?” Often it is fear. Fear of losing control. To ask a person to forgive you means you put the future of the relationship in their hands. Listen in as Gary Chapman shares his thoughts on asking for forgiveness. Please Forgive Me


Host: Gary Chapman


February 23, 2015

Today, Gary Chapman answers a listener wondering how to determine their specific love language when it seems like they have all of them. Determinining My Love Language


Host: Gary Chapman


February 20, 2015

A listener asks “Gary, My fiancé cheated on me and now he wants to work things out but how do I trust him again?" Join in to hear Gary Chapman's response. Trusting a Fiance Who Cheated


Host: Gary Chapman


February 19, 2015

People often apologize in different ways. What one person considers an apology is not what another person is looking for. Today, Gary Chapman shares some thoughts on different styles of apologies. When Sorry Isn't Enough


Host: Gary Chapman


February 18, 2015

Here's Dr. Gary Chapman talking about the need of men to be accountable to each other. Men Need to be Accountable to Each Other


Host: Gary Chapman


February 17, 2015

Have you ever said these words? “Will you please forgive me?” Requesting forgiveness is one of the five apology languages. For some people it is their primary language. In their minds, if you don’t request forgiveness, you have not apologized. Join in today as Gary Chapman shares about meaningful apologies. Will You Please Forgive Me


Host: Gary Chapman


February 16, 2015

Join in today as Gary Chapman shares his answer when a listener asks this question: “Gary, I’ve been told that physical intimacy is good before marriage to see if you are compatible. What do you think?” Intimacy Before Marriage


Host: Gary Chapman