My 9-year-old has explosions and my 2-year-old is mimicking. Now what? – Ask Dr. Leman 157 (Episode 337)
31 min

It’s time for another Ask Dr. Leman: “My 9-year-old has explosions and my 2-year-old is mimicking. Now what?” Listen in to find out Dr. Leman’s response on today’s episode of Have a New Kid by Friday Podcast.


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FamilyLife Blended® Podcast
FamilyLife Blended® Podcast
Ron Deal
43: Growing Up in a Blender: Who’s my Daddy?
Imagine you have a relationship with your father for many years, then find out there are family secrets that will dramatically change your relationship and life. Stepfamily instability can bring confusion and shame to both children and adults. But God works in and through imperfect people and families. Listen to Ron Deal's conversation with Ray and Robin McKelvy and how God's love and grace brought resilience and redemption to their stepfamily story. Show Notes and Resources Episode 2: Life in a Blender with Dave and Ann Wilson. Episode 14: In Their Shoes with Lauren Reitsema. Episode 28: Growing Up in a Blender with David Bowden and Ryan Guinee. Learn more about Robyn McKelvy and her ministry. You can get the poem Ray quoted, The Secret, in Robyn's book SOS: Sick of Sex. Check out the Blended Family Ministry Map to find ministries and events in your area. Learn more about the online courses FamilyLife has to offer. Your generous support of FamilyLife helps create podcasts like the FamilyLife Blended® Podcast.
1 hr 11 min
Keys For Kids Ministries Podcast
Keys For Kids Ministries Podcast
Keys For Kids Ministries
Good Luck Penny
Bible Reading: Psalm 139:1-6; Matthew 10:29-31 As Devin and Jake walked home from school, Devin spied a penny on the sidewalk. "Mine!" he declared, picking it up. "You can't buy much with a penny, but at least now I won't have bad luck today." Jake frowned. "What does a penny have to do with luck?" he asked. "Haven't you heard the rhyme about pennies?" asked Devin. "You know--'Find a penny, pick it up, all day long you'll have good luck.'" Devin grinned at Jake. "Now aren't you sorry you didn't see it first?" "Not really," Jake replied. "I don't believe in luck." "What?" Devin stared at his friend. "How can you not believe in luck?" Jake shrugged. "I believe God controls what happens in our lives." "God?" Devin shook his head. "Maybe He controls big things like wars and earthquakes and floods--stuff like that. But I'm sure He can't be bothered with all the details in the lives of billions of people--especially not kids like us." "Sure He can. He's watching over everything," insisted Jake. "He even cares about little birds." "Really?" Devin asked. "Where did you hear that?" "The Bible. It says God knows when a sparrow falls to the ground, and He knows exactly how many hairs everybody has on their heads." Jake looked at Devin. "People are much more important to God than sparrows. He sent Jesus, His Son, to die for our sins, and He promises to do what's best for us, even when bad things happen. That's why I don't believe in luck--because I trust Jesus to take care of me. He cares about every detail of our lives." "Where'd you learn all this Bible stuff?" asked Devin. "From my parents," Jake answered. "And in church. Have you ever been to church?" Devin shook his head. "Well, you can come with me sometime if you want to. We sing songs, hear Bible stories, and learn more about God." "Well okay," said Devin as they reached his house. "I think Mom will let me." He looked at the penny. "If what you say is right, I guess I won't need this." He grinned. "But my grandpa always says that saved pennies turn into dollars, so I'll just keep it anyway." Carolyn E. Yost*How About You?* Do you think luck controls your life? Or do you trust God to take care of you? God made the earth and everything in it, including you. He sees and controls all things, big and small. He cares about small creatures like sparrows, and He cares about you even more. Jesus died and rose again to save you, and He promises to always take care of you. Thank Him for His loving care, and trust Him with every detail of your life. *Today's Key Verse:* So don't be afraid; you are worth more than many sparrows. (CSB) (Matthew 10:31) *Today's Key Thought:* God cares about you
Crystal Paine Show
Crystal Paine Show
Crystal Paine
103. Forgiving What You Can't Forget (with Lysa TerKeurst)
Forgiveness is certainly not the easiest topic to cover for anyone, but what if the ultimate betrayal was laid at your feet. How would you react then? For Lysa TerKeurst it led to authoring a book all about using forgiveness to heal and grow after a terrible experience. Lysa found out several years ago that her husband was being unfaithful. Not just once or twice, but had been repeatedly unfaithful along with having a substance abuse problem. When she found out she was devastated. The pain was so terrible it would literally stop her in her tracks no matter where she was. She was having panic attacks and anxiety flare ups and she was just lost to the pain. So she made an appointment to see her counselor and from there she truly began to heal. You see she had a very “little girl” view of how forgiveness works and it hadn’t grown up with her. Not that she thinks that simply forgiving her husband of his faults would have saved them any of the pain that they went through, but if her sense of forgiveness had matured, she may have saved herself from some of that pain. Listen as she shares her story and how it influenced her need to write her latest book, Forgiving What You Can’t Forget. She’s truly baring it all and sharing how we can use these tactics throughout the holiday season as well. Forgiveness is one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself. So stop holding yourself back from giving it. In This Episode: [01:30] Welcome Lysa TerKeurst to the show and hear more about her and her family. [03:43] Why she chose to write her most recent book. [07:18] What caused her extreme sadness and anger and inability to forgive. [09:24] Learn what her therapist did to help her reach a point that she could forgive. [13:01] Why forgiveness is a gift that you can receive for yourself. [14:56] What happens when you stuff pain down and refuse to acknowledge it. [17:22] Lysa’s first memories of forgiveness. [20:00] What did she do after acknowledging her pain? [26:13] Lysa’s advice for the woman who is living in their pain. [29:29] It doesn’t make you an unforgiving person to draw boundaries. [30:43] Where she is now after writing this book. Links and Resources: Crystal Paine Crystal Paine on Instagram Money Saving Mom Money Saving Mom on Facebook Money Saving Mom Deal Seekers Facebook group Forgiving What You Can’t Forget by Lysa TerKeurst Proverbs 31 Ministries The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der Kolk
35 min
Famous at Home
Famous at Home
Josh + Christi Straub
187: Celebrating Kids For Who They Are Rather Than Mourning Who They’re Not with Frank Tate
In the honor of bringing people onto the podcast who have influenced our own stories, Frank Tate is back this week to discuss some of the most practical, life-changing principles in our own parenting journey. Frank was on the podcast a few years ago with a message called Screaming Data, still one of the most listened to and shared episodes we have ever recorded. This time, his book is finished and available! In this episode, he revisits some of those principles and shares new insights about the book's title and how we can harness even the pandemic as an incredible gift for the direction of our family. Here are some highlights: Why the title of his book went from Foster Kid to Time Machines WorkHow to harvest the wisdom of our storiesWhat screaming data is and why it's so powerful as a parenting principleHow we can either celebrate our kid's DNA into their best version, or shame it into submissionThe power of data-based praiseA redefinition of the words "smart" and "success" Show Notes: To purchase a copy of Frank's brand new book, Time Machines Work: Using the Pain From Your Past as Rocket Fuel for Your Future, click here. These parenting principles are life-changing. Here's a link to the first time we had Frank on the podcast. Episode 47: Screaming Data with Frank Tate For a family-friendly online streaming option with television shows you can trust, visit and use code FAMOUS to start your free 7-day trial!
51 min
Real Marriage with Mark & Grace Driscoll
Real Marriage with Mark & Grace Driscoll
XO Podcast Network
Finding Love
Love Lessons from Ruth & Boaz (Season 2) Ruth left her way of life and surrendered to God’s Love. His never-stopping, never giving up, un-breaking, always, and forever covenant love. We can’t truly love our spouse unless we know the love of God. God’s covenant love prepares us for the covenant love of marriage. We love because He first loved us. So many of us are striving when we should be surrendering to His love. God gave Ruth a new identity and from her family line came King David and Jesus. We are all broken people but God can do anything through anyone. Look at the change one broken person can make in a family by walking with God faithfully and humbly. Your relationship with Jesus is the most important relationship. It will transform you to have a beautiful covenant relationship with your spouse. We have an ALL-NEW Premarriage resource called Preparing for I Do! It comes with a premarriage assessment from Jimmy Evans and videos and a workbook from Dave & Ashley. If you are engaged or know someone who is, go to for 20% off! Get 10% off your first month as a listener of the Real Marriage podcast of Faithful Counseling an online personal counseling solution. Go to and join the over 500,000 people taking charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional. Find more from Mark and Grace at
25 min
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