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.

https://www.familylife.com/podcast/real-familylife/

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The Most Courageous Thing


The most courageous thing I've ever done? Besides this? (laughter) I dunno. I guess I'm not very courageous or anything.


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Low “C


Gotta be the great dad, a good listener to your wife, cut the grass, lead family devotions, win at work, serve at church...it's kind of exhausting. I get tired just thinking about it. Maybe I have low T!


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His Hero


just busy...you know he lives across country - he doesn't do computers very well, so he's not on facebook or anything like that. Umm. Yeah, I guess he's doing okay.


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Boy Time


Funnest thing to do on Saturday? Just spending time with my dad. We just hang out together and do stuff, fun stuff like shoot fireworks.


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Which Step?


I acted like a teenager until I was, I don't know, 30... But you've settled down... ...so I act more like my dad now. Except he left... I haven't done that yet. That's true.


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Heavy Issues


I think today's junior highers are starting to develop relationships with the opposite sex that are unhealthy and that are gonna lead to poor decisions. Things that you do in junior high are going to affect your marriage later on.


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Not a Day Went By


Can't think of hardly a day went by that my husband didn't compliment something about the meal we had. Nearly every day he'd say I love you. He was just a precious man.


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The Family Minister


Who led family devotions in your family? Most of the time it was my dad. He would read something from the Bible or we would operate out of a devotional book, and he would start things off. And so I'm following his footsteps in that regard as the spiritual...


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Keep the Connection


When people call me on the cell phone and it starts breaking up, I get pretty aggrivated 'cause I can't understand what they're saying and I want to know what they're saying a lot of the times. So a lot of times I'll just hang up and let them call me back.


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The Dinner Table


When we got married, meals together was going to be a high priority for us. That when we started having children, we would have family time at the dinnertable. We'd pray together, and dinner would become a big priority. And now, it's rare that we don't ha...


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