Focus On The Family


The Power of Forgiveness

Tim Sisarich from New Zealand was asked by “Focus on the Family” to travel the world, making a documentary on the state of the modern family. However, he didn’t count on it raising issues in his own life. Particularly in the area of forgiveness.  (more…)

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A Prodigal Daughter Story

Rebecca Slavin shares her amazing journey from ice addiction and domestic violence to eventually finding freedom. She is joined by her father Gavin and together they discuss what has led to her incredible transformation - where today she speaks at public events about the dangers of ice addiction. (more…)

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Parenting With No Regrets

Today, start living a life of no regrets with your family. Make a memory. None of us is guaranteed tomorrow.

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Breaking the Bonds of Pornography – Focus On The Family

In this Focus On The Family Australia two part podcast, we speak with Jason Huxley who was married 4 years when he admitted to his wife, Laura, that he was addicted to pornography. (more…)

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Focus On The Family: Building A Healthy Family

In this Focus On The Family podcast, we get guidance on how to build happy, healthy Australian families. (more…)

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Aussie Men Shedding Their Shame – Focus On The Family

In this Focus On The Family podcast: Ian Watson – who’s better known as Watto – is the founder of Men’s Shed Nights and author of “Champion Blokes Shed Their Shame.” He travels across Australia meeting with other men and sharing deeply about the challenges they’re going through. (more…)

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Clearing Out the Clutter – Focus On The Family

Frequent Focus on the Family guest, Kathi Lipp shares today how to eliminate clutter, something that has the potential to create stress and conflict in family relationships. She describes how guilt, shame and fear often contribute to our clutter issues. Kathi goes on to offer practical strategies on how to organise, get rid of what you don't need and "live lighter," giving you space and resources to serve God as He intended, instead of struggling with so much stuff! (more…)

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Why Your Marriage is Like Your Garden – Focus On The Family

A few years ago my wife and I were holidaying with some friends on Vancouver Island. We were driving around looking for some off-the-beaten-path point of interest when suddenly we came upon a home with the most amazing garden I had ever seen. Right there in the middle of the road, I put the car in park and, like a moth to a flame, started walking towards the house, captivated by what I saw. My wife and friends found a parking place for the car I had abandoned, and they joined me to stand and admire the beauty. (more…)

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Whose Voices Are You Listening To?

Like a lot of people, I remember what it felt like to be bullied in school. Fact is, if you experience bullying or harassment for any extended period of time, it has a lasting impact on your life. Whether that impact is for good or for bad ultimately depends on what do you with the pain. My experience with bullying happened when I was in the middle of high school—a really painful time for a lot of girls–because those are the years when we feel the most awkward physically and the most unsettled emotionally. It didn’t help that I was a small sixth grader, not ...

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Helping Your Daughter Understand Romantic Relationships

Our "Focus on the Family" guest in this two-part broadcast is Jessie Minassian, who is a self-confessed former “crushaholic,” because when she was growing up, she used to obsess over romance and relationships with boys. (more…)

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