Real FamilyLife® with Dennis Rainey

Life may be hard... but the precepts of the LORD are right, giving joy to the heart (Psalm 19:8). Real FamilyLife with Dennis Rainey, provides godly wisdom for life's toughest questions.

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Seasonal Pressures


Well, one of the ways that pressures change in life has to do with children. When your kids are at home, you have a lot more control over them, tell 'em where to go, and who to meet with…But when kids get older and they leave the house, all you can ...


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Come On Over


When I was a teenager, my favorite place to hang out was church. Unbelievable for most teenagers, but church for me. . . .The favorite place I hung out was the golf course…We had like a drag everyone would go down, and everyone would hang out at Sonic.


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Mr. Rainey’s Apples


Our class had a lot of, I guess, bad seeds. Teachers, if they knew our class was next, were just dreading it. I knew what was right, and sometimes I would do it, and other times I would just do what wrong because it didn't seem like it was that big a deal.


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Hugs and Kisses


My daughter is nine months old and it's just so fun to hold her and squeeze her. She just smiles and giggles and enjoys it and it's just wonderful.


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The Rapids


When I became a teenager, I was taller than everyone in the class, so that was a big physical change for me - a little awkward and gawky. I fought a lot with my mom at that point. It was a hard transition.


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Beware of Emotional Quicksand


I thought I was in love because I couldn't stand not to be with this person. I wanted to be with him and I wanted to have his children. But you really don't know what true love is until you've been married for a while.


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The Sin of Complaining


Probably I complain about my children - they don't act the way I want them to. Maybe I don't just verbally complain but in my heart I complain - maybe the actions of my wife or other people's actions or something like that.


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Character


When my son first started driving, he asked me, when we were going through the insurance process, could he be listed as a secondary driver, and I would be the primary, which would make the insurance much cheaper. And I said "Son, that's just not the right...


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No Fear


I remember a time when I had to tell my fiancee - soon to be wife - about something from my past that I knew I had to tell her. But I knew it wasn't going to be fun, but I did it. It set the stage for where we communicate today, now fourteen years into ma...


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Tender Words


Some things I appreciate about my wife are: she's kind, extremely supportive. Her hard labor is an asset to what I do. She's a hard worker. She hustles all day long.


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