Ultimately, we believe that the purpose of life is to know and glorify God through an authentic relationship with His Son, Jesus Christ. This purpose is lived out first within our own families then extended, in love, to an increasingly broken world that desperately needs Him.
Through our radio broadcasts, websites, simulcasts, conferences, interactive forums, magazines, books, counseling and much more, Focus on the Family equips parents, children and spouses to thrive in an ever-changing, ever-more-complicated world. If you feel there is a specific way we can help your family, or if you'd simply like to know more about us, please browse our website or call us toll-free at 1-800-A-FAMILY.
Our weekend program, FamilyLife This Week, is hosted by Michelle Hill and features marriage and family experts like Dennis and Barbara Rainey, Bob Lepine, Ron Deal and others. We all face various pressures in our marriages, families, and other valuable relationships...that's why FamilyLife This Week offers a fresh, engaging dose of practical encouragement and "help for today, hopefor tomorrow" to live out your faith in an ever-changing world.
Many moms and dads have a well-worn set of parenting tools that they reach for when dealing with issues at home. But what happens when what once worked isn’t working anymore? On this weekend edition of Parenting Today’s Teens, Mark Gregston supplies parents with some much-needed upgrades to their parenting tool belt.
David Zanotti and Wayne Shepherd
The Public Square broadcasts bring a unique perspective to radio programming. The content of these broadcasts is shaped from the real-life experiences on the mission field of public policy. From distributing yard signs and walking neighborhoods to the front row at the US Supreme Court, the Roundtable has participated in public policy at every level of government.
Dr. Michael Rydelnik
There are times in every believer’s life when personal Bible study raises questions. Where do you turn when you need guidance and a deeper understanding of God’s Word? Moody Radio is making it possible for you to bring your Bible questions to Dr. Michael Rydelnik every week. Dr. Rydelnik hosts a live Bible Q&A Program where your questions are the focus. Dr. Rydelnik will provide answers straight from Scripture and, when possible, bring additional historical context from his wealth of knowledge and experience.
Lisa Anderson is the director of Boundless and young adults at Focus on the Family and hosts The Boundless Show, a national radio program and podcast. She loves connecting with single young adults and strategizing how to better equip them for life, relationships and a faith that goes the distance; she does not love managing budgets or signing contracts, but realizes that’s part of her job, too. Lisa can often be heard at conferences and on radio and TV, getting worked up about dating, relationships, faith and hip-hop. She grew up in San Jose, California, is a graduate of Trinity International University in Chicago, and spent a good chunk of her life in media relations before joining Boundless. She runs to counterbalance her love of pastries and chicken tikka masala, and often quotes her mom, who’s known to say outrageous things.
The vision of BreakPoint and the Colson Center for Christian Worldview is a revived Church renewing culture and awakening the world to Truth.
"In an increasingly hostile, secular culture, Christians are faced with issues and choices we’ve never had to deal with before. BreakPoint is here to help believers of every denominational background develop a robust Christian worldview—seeing, understanding, and engaging the world from a biblical perspective." - Chuck Colson
The teachings of Christ, given to us in Scripture and taught and applied to human culture by the likes of Paul of Tarsus, Augustine, Calvin, C.S. Lewis, and Martin Luther King, Jr., have profoundly shaped Western Civilization and the course of world history. BreakPoint and the Colson Center for Christian Worldview seek to equip and train modern Christians
Jan Markell was saved under Jewish evangelist Hyman Appleman when she was a child. In Jan’s early ministry years she was a part of the Messianic movement, worked for pro-Israel agencies, and for Jewish evangelism ministries.
In 1982, Jan incorporated Olive Tree Ministries and the goals of the ministry can be read at “Our Purpose.” Jan has written eight major books with prominent Christian publishing houses. She has produced a dozen DVDs, some featured on Sky Angel. At one time she traveled full time across America as a speaker.
In the year 2000, Jan launched a radio branch of the ministry starting first on AM980 KKMS, Minneapolis/St. Paul. In 2004, the program was syndicated nationally and is heard internationally on the Internet. “Understanding the Times” radio has been received well as a source of news and information hard to find. “Understanding the Times” is interview and commentary-driven. Learn more at the “Radio Show” category. We have had e-mail response from across America and from two-dozen foreign countries listening to the program now heard on 652 stations across America. The ministry has ten employees.
Dr. Charlie Dyer
Dr. Charlie Dyer helps you understand the complex tapestry of people and events that make up Israel and the Middle East from a biblical perspective. Each week he presents you with an in-depth look at biblical, historical, archeological and prophetic events and their relevance to today. Dr. Charlie Dyer and co-host Jon Gauger are joined by Bible scholars and authors to help you explore what God says about this vital part of the world.
Music for Saturday is a weekly program that encourages listeners to reflect on God’s goodness through music and devotional thoughts.
Donna Leland came to know the Lord in 1982 through the ministry of Unshackled. Donna is the host of The Word in Song. She and her husband, Tom, have four children.
First Person, a weekly, 24 minute radio program, was created out of a simple desire to pass along to you the “short stories” of people whom I bump into every week as I host a variety of radio projects. FIRST PERSON will give listeners an opportunity to hear testimonies firsthand, learning how God works through people to build His Kingdom. Some of the guests will be names you recognize. Others you will not. But all will teach you something about trusting Jesus Christ more fully with your life.
Adventures in Odyssey presents original audio stories brought to life by actors who make you feel like part of the experience. These fictional, character-building dramas are created by an award-winning team that uses storytelling to teach lasting truths. Maybe that's why over 20 million products have been distributed worldwide.
So dust off your imagination and join the kids in Odyssey for inspiring adventures that are flat-out fun!
Focus on the Family's Radio Theatre has been entertaining and enriching the live of both young and old for decades. Takingtimeless classics such as C.S. Lewis Screwtape Letters to the a Christmas Carol, Radio Theatre makes the stories come alive and real to a whole new generation of listeners.
The great news is: God has a plan to save wretches. That is what Wretched Radio is all about.
Who is Wretched? For starters, the apostle Paul is wretched (Romans 7:24). But Paul is not the only wretch the song refers too. The Bible says that everyone is wretched (Romans 3:23). Like no other Christian television broadcast, "Wretched" focuses on proclaiming the Good News for wretches. Youth and adults love the engaging, conversational, spontaneous, highly produced delivery of "Wretched". Fast paced, energetic, topical, theological and fun, "Wretched" dives into the news of the day from a Christian perspective. But " Wretched" doesn't just talk about today's news, "Wretched" also discusses old dead guys.Like no other program, "Wretched" artfully weaves between contemporary and classic topics.