Professor emeritus of theology at Moody Bible Institute and one of Chris' cherished teachers, Dr. C. Fred Dickason joins us. We talk about his life, the reality of spiritual warfare and how to win the battle. Plus, music from Dr. Dickason that Chris heard as a student!
We talk about breaking the negative patterns set before us by family members. If you need to be a cycle breaker in your family, don’t miss the encouragment.
When you hear the word “evangelism,” do you get nervous? Senior Fellow for Evangelism and Apologetics at The C.S. Lewis Institute, Randy Newman, says you don’t have to have all the answers, you need to know the right questions. Learn to engage people’s hearts the way Jesus did.
If dealing with negative attitudes and apathy at work is your full time job, Paul White says you can have a vibrant workplace.
What do workplace Christians want from their pastors? Author and speaker Bill Hendricks will join us to talk about finding out why you’re here, why you matter, and what you should do with your life.
A small Christian school on the east coast has made a difficult decision about a graduating senior. Host and author Julie Roys joins us to talk about law and grace at graduation.
One of the real struggles in today’s world is addiction and recovery. How is your church handling that problem? Roger Ball is trying to provide guidance. He’s the Spiritual Director of Dynamic Life Treatment Center in Florida.
Situations like the bombing in Manchester can change the direction of your life. Hear stories of being the hands and feet of Jesus whenever the phone rings.
It's our ongoing Bible study with author and teacher Dr. Ray Pritchard. We read James chapter 3 and discuss it as a letter to the 21st Century Church.
If you struggle with worry or anxious thoughts—and if you know you should stop but you can’t, find out how to overcome worry with Dr. Winfred Neely.
We’re going back to the farm. We have an update from a story earlier in the week about the organic farmer being threatened. But Chris wants to hear from you no matter what kind of farm you’re on. Dairy farm, pig farm, maybe you raise crops to sell at the farmer’s market or you farm in your backyard.
We play a new game called, “I was there when…” and you get to fill in the blank.
Parents through the ages have asked questions about disciplining their children. It’s a tough topic because every child is unique. Our correspondent to the blended family, Ron Deal will join us to discuss discipline and step parents.
Hear the encouraging story about a doctor’s scary words, an ultrasound, and a letter to an unborn child.
He was a Hollywood icon—Steve McQueen lived hard and fast. But Wednesday on Chris Fabry Live, pastor and teacher Greg Laurie presents the faith story of this cinema legend.
Jose’s volleyball mishap has led to some hard questions about pain and faith in the midst of his immobility. Tell us your story of when God made you stay in one place a long time.
There’s a farm in Oregon that’s one of the largest organic farms in the US. They’re being told, spray your acreage with pesticide or we will spray it for you and give you the bill.
What are the big questions Muslims ask about Christianity? And how can you answer those questions?
Suanne had a dream slam hard in the center of her spirit. Do you feel a stirring so great you’re almost afraid to follow it because it seems too good to be true? God cares about the longings of your heart—hear Suanne Camfield.
We talk about what you thought you couldn’t live without—but found you can.
You’ve poured your life into your children and they have flown. What do you do now? From Family Life—Barbara Rainey joins us, along with speaker and author Susan Yates. Barbara and Susan’s Guide to the Empty Nest, just in time for Mother’s Day.
We deal with some odds and ends from the past week—including a conversation with Frodo. And Chris calls to wish his mom a Happy Mother's Day. Get some encouragement for your soul.
Mother’s Day is upon us and we hear stories and advice for children with a mother who doesn’t share their faith. What are the unique struggles in such a family dynamic? How do you love a mother who has strayed or has never believed?
We’re all looking for the happily ever after ending. But is that desire an idol or something built into us?
If you’re a parent, you know there’s confusion about gender and sexual identity in the culture. Meet a Canadian school teacher who feels called to teach, but not called to remain silent about the sexual chaos.
Andy Crouch helps us make conscientious choices about technology for your family. It’s more than finding the right internet filter.
When you finish your prayer, when end your praise and thanksgiving and the list you’ve placed before God, what do you say? One word. We talk about that one word, “Amen.” Our guest says it’s important not only for us to understand the meaning of the word, but what it means to God, as well.
Director Dallas Jenkins talks about a new stragety for Christian films.
Hear a slice of a story from John Trent about the time when the Bible came alive to him. Has that ever happened to you? Share your story.
What happens after college? How do you navigate transitions, relationships, and faith? Get some practical hope and help.
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