Episodes

Real Family Talk / December 28, 2014

What problems are you facing and praying about? Willie and Elaine share some of your feedback and answer some of your questions about dating, marriage, parenting and much more in this special edition of Real Family Talk: Your Questions Answered.

Real Family Talk / December 21, 2014

During this special season, we learn how families around the world celebrate the holidays. Join Willie and Elaine as they see, hear, taste and experience the holidays family style!

Real Family Talk / December 14, 2014

You probably have a lot on your holiday season to-do list. But why do we celebrate this season? Noelene & Bill Johnsson explore the real reason for this joyous holiday season and explain how to make it meaningful for our families.

Real Family Talk / December 07, 2014

Looking for love in all the wrong places? Mike Speegle joins Willie and Elaine to dispel myths about love, lust, dating and reveals the most important question single people should ask when considering marriage.

Real Family Talk / November 30, 2014

Willie & Elaine celebrate 30 years of marriage with well-wishes from friends and family, and by sharing lessons learned through the years.

Real Family Talk / November 23, 2014

Did you know that one in four of the adults you greeted at church, passed on the road or met in the office could be suffering from some form of mental illness? Monique Keene-King explains how communities of faith can encourage and facilitate healing.

Real Family Talk / November 16, 2014

Willie and Elaine discuss how parents can respond when a family says they are gay, lesbian or same-sex attracted. Virna Santos joins this conversation that examines the implications of parental reactions at that pivotal moment.

Real Family Talk / November 09, 2014

On August 1, 2011, Meredith Parish Carter recieved a phone call that changed her life. She explains the grief and groth she experience after losing her husband to suicide.

Real Family Talk / November 02, 2014

Willie and Elaine discuss the dlemma of incarcerated parents and the impact their absence has on families, communities and society, and what one organization is doing to help. Diane Wallace Booker joins the conversation.