Tom Gilson

FamilyLife Interview On Critical Conversations Coming Thursday and Friday!

Coming this Thursday and Friday — my on-air conversation with Dennis Rainey and Bob Lepine on keeping our kids in the faith, in a world that keeps telling them it’s “bigoted,” “homophobic,” “against equality,” and more like that.

Our conversation is based on my book Critical Conversations: A Christian Parents’ Guide to Discussing Homosexuality With Teens(The title shouldn’t have said it’s all about teens; the questions and conversations can — and should! — start much younger.)

Check local listings here (enter your zip code and look for Dennis Rainey’s name) or listen online Thursday or later at FamilyLifeToday.com.

 

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4 thoughts on “FamilyLife Interview On Critical Conversations Coming Thursday and Friday!

  1. Tom, you didn’t say what time you’ll be on Family Life Today. Please let me know. Also, will they be available later as videos or podcasts?
    Thanks,
    Ken Klos

  2. Thanks for asking, Ken. The broadcast time depends on where you are and when your local radio station plays it, so check local listings per the information above.. It will be available later on as a podcast at http://www.familylifetoday.com. Later on I think I’ll permission to post it here, too.

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