FamilyLife This Week® with Michelle Hill

FamilyLife This Week® with Michelle Hill

About FamilyLife This Week®

Our weekend program, FamilyLife This Week, is hosted by Michelle Hill and features marriage and family experts like Dennis and Barbara Rainey, Bob Lepine, Ron Deal and others. We all face various pressures in our marriages, families, and other valuable relationships...that's why FamilyLife This Week offers a fresh, engaging dose of practical encouragement and "help for today, hope for tomorrow" to live out your faith in an ever-changing world.
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Thriving in the Unknown
4/4/2020
In a time of crisis, it's easy to just panic and react. Michelle Hill and Lisa Anderson discuss life during this pandemic, especially for the 30% of people in the country who live alone: divorced, widowed, or single. They share practical strategies and routines, and how to look outside yourself and use this time to care for your neighbor.

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About Michelle Hill

Radio has been ingrained in Michelle for most of her life. This love for radio has taken her to various radio stations and ministries in places like Chicago, Alaska and other snow covered terrains like her hometown in north central Iowa. In 2005 she landed on staff with Cru/FamilyLife®. While at FamilyLife she has overseen the expansion of FamilyLife Today® internationally, assisted with the creation of Passport2Identity™ for Young Women and is now the host of FamilyLife This Week®. For the last 15+ years Michelle has been mentoring young women and is passionate about helping them find their identity in God. She also has a fascination for snowflakes and the color yellow. Michelle makes her home in Little Rock, Arkansas.

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Palm Sunday - Easter Devotional - April 5

When the crowds heard Jesus was coming to Jerusalem, they cheered, “Hosanna! ” which means, “Save now!” They saw Him as their new King, come to bring salvation from political and societal oppression.