We couldn’t do what we do without your prayers and support. Thank you for making 2015 our best year yet!
We have launched our first radio show and begin to reach millions every weekday to help restore hope through God’s Word.
We can’t say it enough, but thank you for your continued prayers and support! We pray a great return on your help.
YEAR END GIFT
Your support helps us reach families with the encouraging message that it’s not too late, you’re not beyond repair and hope can be restored through God’s Word! We can’t do it without you.
Help give 2016 our biggest reach to even more families than ever before in our 20 years of ministry.
WAYS YOU CAN HELP
1. Join Project: GIVE HOPE and help us be able to get brand new Family Finances resources to other non-profits in their efforts to help restore hope to those who are underserved. In January, we will be sharing news of the people were were able to help through this. (Add: GIVEHOPE in the note box at checkout if you’d like your gift to go directly to this project.)
2. Support Fighting for Families radio with Joe. In September of this year, we launched our first ever radio program. We’re now on 12 stations across the country as well as online through the podcast and have expanded our reach to millions now. Your gift to radio goes to directly support the radio program as we continue to establish this new show and
3. Help get the word out about our newest outreach. Listen to our Fighting for Families program (and we invite you to share you feedback on topics and improving the program.) Then, share our podcast with others. Lastly, you can help by leaving a positive review on iTunes.
Another way you can help is sharing our December outreach with a single parent in your life. This month we’re giving The Single Parent MP3 series as a FREE gift to single parents (as a partner, you make this possible).
YOUR DECEMBER MESSAGE
Download your MP3 message now!
GET DAILY ENCOURAGEMENT
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“One who has unreliable friends soon comes to ruin, but there is a friend who sticks closer than a brother” (Proverbs 18:24 NIV).
If you want to have a great life, make sure you choose the right friends. The “friend who sticks closer than a brother” is the kind of friend that will stick with you through thick and thin. Jesus is that friend that sticks closer than a brother and He has set the example for us to follow.
“Wisdom makes life pleasant…” (Proverbs 3:17 CEV).
If you have any desire at all to live a better life, here’s a practical tip. Get a yellow Steno pad, or your iPad, or computer and make two lists. At the top of one list, write: “What Happens to Wise People,” and on the other list write: “What Happens to Foolish People.”
Do you want a practical tip on how to make friends and connect with people?
Whether you’re at school, on the job, at a social event, or even at a family reunion learn how to apply the “30-second rule.” The first time you meet someone take 30 seconds to say something encouraging or complimentary. First impressions do matter, so be salt and be light when you first meet people.
Find laugh-and-learn resources for you or as a gift that will keep on giving well beyond the Christmas season.
Today, get all 12 Days of Specials for one more day!
Parents want their children to be strong and that means spiritually strong. Children don’t start out that way. The way your children may seem now, they might look like the farthest thing from spiritually strong, but so did Gideon.
Would you like to live a peace-filled life?
Even in the midst of life’s obstacles, you can have peace.
This is the time of year that we celebrate the gift that changed everything for all of us.
That gift was the Son of God. The event was the birth of Jesus. We can never let that become something we think of as just a nice story. That changed everything for everyone. It changed everything for you and for me.
Prayer is powerful. You and your spouse should be praying for family, God’s plan for your life and for each other because prayer gives God permission to move on your behalf.
There’s no doubt about it, we live in a “selfie” world.
We’re inundated with selfie posts, selfie pics, and you can even buy “selfie sticks” in almost every store. In a culture that constantly promotes self, we need to be careful that we don’t develop a proud, self-centered attitude. Continue reading…