FamilyLife Blended

Ron Deal delivers a daily word of encouragement in a daily 1:00 feature for those in stepfamilies and those who know them—which is a whole lot of us today.  It’s a relevant, real-world outlook with biblical perspective.

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“When I got the first email and listened to a couple sample programs, it was evident it would fit our audience. Ron Deal is able in 60 seconds to provide cogent commentary directed toward blended families today. The response has been encouraging as blended families are able to discover that their situation is not unique. The program is aired 4 times a day on over 50 stations and translators on His Radio and The Joy FM.” —Bill Harrier, Compliance Manager, The Joy FM and His Radio Network

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    FamilyLife Blended (a ministry of FamilyLife) provides biblically-based resources that help prevent re-divorce, strengthen stepfamilies, and help break the generational cycle of divorce. Learn more at familylifeblended.com

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