Early on they know which button to push, and it drives you crazy. And when they get older it may get worse. Do you have any disrespectful kids in your house?

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Does respect seems to be in pretty short supply in your marriage? Do you have respect for your husband? Dr. Randy helps you be intentional with respect to respect!

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It’s a story of terror and forgiveness as Dr. Randy visits with Rebecca Nichols Alonzo who tells the story of how her father, a pastor of a small-town church, unintentionally offended the most powerful man in town and the family was terrorized for years.

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After Vietnam, many of the returning soldiers received very little respect when they came home. Dr. Randy talks to Vietnam vet Lewis Alston, who after finding Christ, now shows and gives respect to his fellow vets.

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If you’re experiencing a great marriage, we’re here to celebrate with you. And if you’re struggling in your marriage, we’re here to encourage you and help you take one intentional step at a time to make it better.

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Are you simply “believing in” God or are you truly “experiencing” Him? How about at home? Dr. Randy talks with Dr. Richard Blackaby about the need for us all to Experience God at Home.

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Have you ever prayed: “Lord, either fix me or kill me”? Dr. Randy talks with Gary Williams, who was the one who prayed that prayer several years ago, and he tells us how God miraculously “fixed” him.

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Dr. Randy’s guest today is P.K. Beville, a passionate advocate for aging parents. She also founded Second Wind Dreams (think “Make-A-Wish” for the elderly.

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Today Dr. Carlson talks with a woman who found her mission field–in her community as Dir. of a Crisis Pregnancy Center in Phoenix. Lori Palmer gives love away. How about you? How are you serving?

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To stay together “for better or worse” requires an attitude of service. Today Dr. Randy helps us be “intentional servants” in our marriages.

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