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Family Talk with Dr. James Dobson


Defeating Dementia - II

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Dr. James Dobson

Despite the overwhelming diagnosis of dementia, those affected by this disease can still have hope. On this edition of Family Talk, Dr. Dobson concludes his conversation with Dr. Richard Furman about his new book Defeating Dementia. The two unpack the three stages of Alzheimer’s, and highlight why we must take care of our bodies by eating the right foods, exercising, and sustaining an ideal weight.


Defeating Dementia - I - Monday, December 10, 2018

Millions of people every year are devastated by the news that someone they love has developed some form of dementia. Today on Family Talk, Dr. Dobson will talk with cardiac and thoracic surgeon Dr. Richard Furman, author of the book Defeating Dementia. Drawing from the latest medical research, Dr. Furman outlines ways people can lower their risk of Alzheimer’s and reveals how our habits and choices can have a significant impact.

Remembering Pearl Harbor Day with Pat Boone - Friday, December 7, 2018

On this classic broadcast of Family Talk, we’re remembering one of the most dramatic moments in U.S history, the attack on Pearl Harbor. Today legendary singer and actor Pat Boone sits down with Dr. Dobson to reminisce about that dark day. Both men were young when the horrific attack occurred, but their memories help us honor the sacrifices made that day to preserve our freedom.

A Portrait of George H.W. Bush: Dr. Dobson Honors America’s 41st President - Thursday, December 6, 2018

Today on this special edition of Family Talk, Dr. Dobson honors the life and legacy of President George H.W. Bush. He reflects on their many years of friendship, then replays his interview with our 41st President from 1992. Their conversation was quite prophetic as it focused on the importance of supporting the family, and the dangers of pornography and abortion in society.

Resentment: Cancer of the Emotions - Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Harboring hatred or animosity towards someone for the hurt they caused you can eat away at your mind and soul. On this edition of Family Talk, Dr. Dobson talks with clinical psychologist Dr. Arch Hart about the slippery slope of resentment. Hear why this emotion is a disease that can ruin one’s life and how forgiveness is the only cure.

Love Like You've Never Been Hurt: Hope, Healing, and the Power of an Open Heart - II - Tuesday, December 4, 2018

The central theme throughout the entire Bible is God’s unconditional love. Today on Family Talk, Dr. Dobson concludes his conversation with Pastor Jentezen Franklin, author of Love Like You’ve Never Been Hurt.  The two talk about the power love has to transform hearts, heal brokenness, and bring about restoration.

Love Like You've Never Been Hurt: Hope, Healing, and the Power of an Open Heart - I - Monday, December 3, 2018

On today’s broadcast, Dr. Dobson welcomes Pastor Jentezen Franklin to the Family Talk studios. Pastor Franklin is the author of the new book Love Like You’ve Never Been Hurt.  He walks though his early life and decision for Christ, and how his ministry and church were started.

Macaroni at Midnight - II - Friday, November 30, 2018

Matthew 7:7 says “Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.” Today on Family Talk, Dr. Don Bartlette shares how this verse, and the knowledge that someone believed in him, changed an entire community. Dr. Bartlette describes growing up physically deformed and rejected, and how his eyes were opened to his worth and value to the Lord.

Macaroni at Midnight - I - Thursday, November 29, 2018

Bullying is an all too common issue in our culture. On this broadcast of Family Talk, hear from a speech from Dr. Don Bartlette as he shares what it felt like to grow up unwanted and ridiculed. He recounts the agony of rejection and then the hope that he found when one woman showed him that he had value. It’s a compelling account of the power of our words and actions.

Living With the Strong Willed Child - III - Wednesday, November 28, 2018

The emotional trials parents endure because of the unfortunate choices their strong-willed children can be a painful process. Concluding this three-part program on Family Talk, hear from a strong-willed adolescent how thankful she was for her mother’s love, patience, and perseverance. The panel of mothers expresses their own thankfulness for their children, in spite of past hardships and battles of will.

Lectionary Calendar
Tuesday, December 11th, 2018
the Second Week of Advent
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