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Jim Daly Christian Blog and Commentary Archives

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Jim Daly is president of Focus on the Family and host of its National Radio Hall of Fame-honored daily broadcast, heard by more than 2.9 million listeners a week on more than 1,000 radio stations across the U.S. He is husband to Jean and father to Trent and Troy. Jim's Focus on the Family Blog
Five Things Everybody Can Learn From This Five-Year-Old Boy

Here are five things that every person can learn from the extraordinary life of five-year-old Ethan.

1940 Census Doesn't Reveal Most Important Things

After 72 years under lock and key, the 1940 United States Census was released this morning.

Dave Barry: Dining with Babies Causes Stressful Ambience

Does the columnist Dave Barry make you laugh?

My Free First-Class Ticket

Before the railroad, Americans on the move traveled by stagecoach.

What Do You Think About The Hunger Games?

The family and I are on spring break this week, but I’m curious for your feedback surrounding Suzanne Collins' bestseller-turned-Hollywood-thriller The Hunger Games.

Andy Rooney: The Following Things Are True About Housework

What does spring cleaning look like in your home?

Tim Keller: 8 Tips for Marriage Seekers

Here is a condensed excerpt from my friend Tim Keller's excellent new book, which I strongly endorse, The Meaning of Marriage: Facing the Complexities of Commitment with the Wisdom of God.

Peyton Manning Deserves Prayers, Not Vengeance

Is it ever right to wish ill upon someone? I don’t think so.

A Dose of Pouty Magic

I mentioned the other day that my colleague and Tim Tebow fanatic, Sue, was pouting over the arrival of Peyton Manning to the Denver Broncos and the subsequent trade of Tim to the New York Jets.

What U.S. Marines and Christians Have in Common

The United State Marine Corps has launched its latest recruitment campaign and it touts a single theme: Chaos.

Could Manning Be Good For Tim Tebow?

A collective groan went up around the office yesterday when news of Peyton Manning’s anticipated signing with the Denver Broncos was first reported by ESPN. It’s not that the folks around me dislike Peyton Manning, who in addition to being a certain future Hall of Fame quarterback, is also a very good guy.

When Women Do Brave Things

On Saturday, thirty-nine young women, each one representing a year of legalized abortion nationwide since 1973, began a walk of 250 miles in southern Texas.

Why Shooting Free Throws Can Teach You About Life

College basketball’s yearly offering of “March Madness” is officially underway. Have you caught any of the action yet?

The Two Lies Too Many People Believe

Our culture has accepted two huge lies: The first is that if you disagree with someone's lifestyle, you must fear them or hate them. The second is that to love someone means you agree with everything they believe or do.

Are Parents Ruining Youth Sports?

This is taking "March Madness" too far.

Possibly the Best Use of a Tattoo

This is not about whether tattoos are a good or bad idea.

Don't Let Your Teen Daughter Do This

According to a recent story in the San Francisco Chronicle there is a disturbing trend developing with teenage girls on the internet.

Miley Cyrus: Forget Jesus?

I certainly don't follow Miley Cyrus' tweets, but many kids do, so parents might want to be aware of the latest controversy surrounding the former Disney star and her Twitter account.

Guest Voice: Christians are Hypocrites

Focus on the Family's Esther Fleece was recently identified by CNN's Belief Blog as one of the "Five Women to Watch in Religion." Here she reflects on the television program, GCB:

Why Does Some Music Make You Cry?

There are few people who know less about music than me, but a recent article in the Wall Street Journal about music and emotion grabbed my attention.

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