Episodes

Real Family Talk / November 24, 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 24, 2014

Over a decade ago, Josh and Danielle's daughter, Kelly, was killed when a drunk driver hit the car she was riding in. She was just 5 years old. Find out how the Pierres survived this tragedy, what they learned about God and each other in the process.

Real Family Talk / October 17, 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 / October 17, 2014

Childhood obesity is a growing concern. Willie and Elaine talk with Dr. Nerida McKibben on what you can do to combat this health problem and how you can give your children a healthy start.

Real Family Talk / October 17, 2014

Willie and Elaine explain how sexual abuse is impacting our families, communities, schools, and even our churches. Claudette Andrews joins the discussion.

Real Family Talk / October 17, 2014

Everybody loves to win but we've all experienced some of life's failures. Willie and Elaine talk with Roger Hernandez on how to turn those negatives into positives.

Real Family Talk / October 17, 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 / October 17, 2014

Could you live on $1.25 per day? What would you do if a natural disaster struck your community and destroyed your home and livelihood? Cheryl Shaw shares stories of those who faced these challenges and how the Adventist Church lent a helping hand.

Real Family Talk / October 17, 2014

Millions of children have one or both parents who are incaracerated. Carolyn LeCroy shares her experience of parenting behind bars. Once paroled, she returned to prison to help those are left behind. Diane Wallace Booker also joins the conversation.