The Bible tells us to forgive unconditionally, but it doesn’t say we are to forget immediately. Sometimes it takes time to rebuild the trust that’s been lost. – Focus on the Family
Good parents aren’t perfect. And that’s okay.
There’s no formula to follow, but there are ways you can grow every day.
This assessment gives parents an honest look at their unique strengths, plus some areas that could use a little help.
The Oscars used to be a big night for TV watching but it seems like in our fast-paced world they are LONG, full of political statements and questionable family safe viewing. KSWP values its partnership with Focus on the Family’s Plugged In feature for helping steer to good choices when it comes to family entertainment. It seems only natural to highlight winners of the Plugged IN movie awards including people’s choice awards.
The Plugged In Movie Awards are about honoring what we feel are among the year’s best movies—not just aesthetically, but inspirationally and ethically as well.
Plugged In’s Pick: Paddington 2
Your Pick: Christopher Robin
Plugged In’s Pick: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Your Pick: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Plugged In’s Pick: Leave No Trace
Your Pick: A Quiet Place
Plugged In’s Pick: Paul, the Apostle of Christ
Your Pick: I Can Only Imagine
KSWP/KAVX Encourage you to Vote!
Listeners are you ready for “Bring Your Bible to School Day?” Thursday, October 5, 2017
Standing up for your faith isn’t always easy – especially at school. At Focus on the Family, we want to equip young people to own their faith and share the powerful message of God’s love.
That’s why Bring Your Bible to School Day was born. Each year, thousands of students take their Bibles to school as a simple, yet powerful visual to celebrate religious freedom and spread the hope they’ve found in God’s word.