Real faith for real people

September 16, 2018

Radio Guest: Gordon & Jill Viggiano

Many people experience a turn of events that puts them on a path they never expected and wouldn’t have chosen.  That’s when faith becomes very real, and it makes all the difference in the world.  Hear this story about how their situation was like jumping off a burning building into the arms of a loving and faithful God.


A great way to refresh your marriage in the second half

August 26, 2018

Radio Guests: Al & Autumn Ray, founders of Marriage Team

After a number of years of marriage, things can get a little dull.  In fact, that happens in most marriages.  But it doesn’t have to be that way.  If you’re open to sparking things up again, dramatically improving your communication and fulfillment, you’ll want to hear this show.  And for those who want a practical and powerful way to help other marriages, this just may be the ticket.


The joys and challenges of grandparenting today

August 21, 2018

Radio Guest: Rick Johnson, speaker and author of a dozen books on parenting, family, and marriage

Seismic shifts in our culture and family dynamics have brought major changes to the role of grandparents today.  Just when our kids are “grown and gone” (or so we thought), we are often called upon to pick up family responsibilities we weren’t planning on.  Just what are those changes, and how can we deal with them in healthy ways?


Rejuvenating your marriage in the second half

August 13, 2018

Radio Guest: Dr. Steve Stephens, psychologist, counselor, author, speaker

After 20, 30, or 40 years of marriage, you can still have fun, adventure, dreams for the future, and deep fulfillment in life together.  But those don’t happen automatically.  Here are some great ideas for what is possible, and strategies to overcome the landmines and pitfalls.  The rest is up to you.


Expanding your world, enriching your life – through travel

August 5, 2018

Radio Guest: Anne Berry and Angela Jacobus, Travel That Matters

Travel can be healthy for us.  It can refresh and renew us, particularly when it is purposeful.  Hear how science agrees, and what all can go into being creative in your travel explorations.  Group travel with common ground and effective planning can be life-changing.  And in the second half of life, that could be “just what the doctor ordered!”


Staying connected when our kids are adults

July 30, 2018

Radio Guest: Rachel Critchett

Dr. Dan’s “30-something” daughter Rachel is in studio to discuss some of the key elements of maintaining healthy and meaningful communication as things change over time.  Parents nurturing a relationship with their adult children is a wonderful and rewarding thing.  But it’s not easy or automatic.  Here are some thoughts from one father-daughter relationship that has grown over time.


No forgotten wars, no forgotten stories

July 23, 2018

Radio Guest: Gary Mortensen

Every day more than 350 American World War II Veterans die.  And most of them take their stories with them to the grave.  An enormous project called Veteran’s Legacies ( has been undertaken to gather as many Veterans’ stories as possible and give them a place to be told and properly honored.  Gary Mortensen explains that this project is open to Veterans of all U.S. wars and conflicts.  He also tells how others can help tell the story of a Veteran they know, and how those who love this project can help with their volunteer efforts.




Lessons from a wheelchair: embracing L.I.F.E.

July 15, 2018

Radio Guest: Ron Heagy

Ron is quadriplegic, in a motorized wheel chair for 38 years.  With every reason to be bitter, angry, and depressed, he has the attitude of a winner.  He has earned a Master’s Degree, written a book, started a camp for disabled youth, become a recognized painter, and has spoken to over three million people with a message of inspiration and hope.  How has he overcome his tragic accident to live a life that matters?


The best home for your aging loved one

July 8, 2018

Radio Guest: Diane Delaney, Golden Placement Services

Is your aging loved able to be safe and happy on their own at home?  What signs should you look for, and what are your options?  This is almost never an easy transition for families.  But when safety and happiness are at stake, you want all the help you can get.  This show has that for you.


Showing up – doing good

July 2, 2018

Radio Guest: Andrey Ivanov, Co-Founder, Flash Love "aired July 1"

Here’s a group of dozens of youth who can be mobilized with a few phone calls.  They learn the value of service, and the good feeling that comes from helping others.  Andrey says, “I asked God to show me my purpose in life, but I wasn’t prepared for His answer!”