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Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman is a weekly 54-minute radio program offering life-changing insight and realistic advice for strengthening relationships.

Latest Episode: Staying Power

Saturday, May 23

​When life sends it's worst, marriages often suffer. On the next Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman, Gene and Carol Kent talk about the greatest crisis they faced in their marriage. If you and your spouse are under great stress because of some unforeseen circumstance, they believe you can come out on the other side more loving and committed. Find out how on the next Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman.

Who’s Got Your Back

Saturday, May 16

​Ask a man you know this question: “Who’s got your back?” The answer, many times, is, “No one.” On the next Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman, author and speaker David Smith talks about men making and keeping great relationships with other men. Why do so many men go at life alone? What can we learn from the friendships of Jesus? Don’t miss an important conversation on the next Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman.

Five to Thrive

Saturday, May 9

​Each person has five core needs. If you want to thrive, those needs must be met in healthy ways. On the next Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman, author and educator, Dr. Kathy Koch will help you determine if your core needs are being met. And if they aren’t, she’ll help you develop an action plan. If you’re not thriving, don’t miss the next Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman.

The Value of Wrinkles

Saturday, May 2

​It’s time to reconsider our attitudes toward aging. So says author and speaker, Isabel Tom. On the next Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman, she’ll describe her years of working and living with older adults and what they have to offer the younger generations. How do you teach people the value of wrinkles in a culture that worships youth? Don’t miss the next Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman.

Dear Gary

Saturday, April 25

​You've heard that when you get to the end of your rope you need to a tie a knot and hang on, right? Well, if that's you, tune in to the next Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman. On our April "Dear Gary" broadcast, you'll hear answers to some deep marriage and family struggles, and words of hope from the author of the NY Times bestseller, The Five Love Languages. Don't miss the questions and answers on the next Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman. Resource: Holding onto Love After You've Lost a Baby: The Five Love Languages for Grieving Parents

Holding Onto Love After the Loss of a Baby

Saturday, April 18

​Losing a child is among the most tragic experiences a parent can face. The crushing grief affects the marriage and family like nothing else. On the next Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman, Candy McVicar talks about her own journey through loss and how the principles in The Five Love Languages helped her and her family. If someone you know is grieving, don’t miss the next Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman. Resource: Holding onto Love After You've Lost a Baby: The Five Love Languages for Grieving Parents 

Inexpressible

Saturday, April 11

​"When the person from whom I have a right to expect nothing gives me everything." That's a working definition of a three-letter Hebrew word that's found throughout the Bible. On the next Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman, musician and author Michael Card reveals the mystery of hesed. How could one little word change the way you live? Find out on the next Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman.

Recovered

Saturday, April 4

​Getting hit by an 18-wheeler changed Robby's life. Because of the accident, he became addicted to painkillers and that sent him on a dangerous spiral. On the next Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman, Robby Gallaty tells his redemptive story and gives hope for anyone praying for a prodigal. Hear how God intervened in Robby's life on the next Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman.

Dear Gary

Saturday, March 28

​What do you do to get your husband to talk? How do you get a child to give you a second chance when you've made a mistake? You'll hear answers to those questions on the next Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman. Plus, a spouse who has given up on the marriage. Hear responses from trusted pastor and author of the New York Times bestseller, the 5 Love Languages. Don't miss the next Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman.

Real Life Love

Saturday, March 21

​He's the grandson of a world-famous marriage expert, and you'll hear him on the next Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman. Author and speaker, Michael Gibson, will talk about lessons learned from his grandfather, Dr. Gary Smalley. His message is for singles and others struggling to let go of the fairytale and find "real life love." Don't miss the encouragement on the next Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman.

Love Language Minute is a daily one-minute radio program. In a world where life is so busy that most people forget to care for their closest relationships, Gary Chapman is there to help individuals refocus and recalibrate.

BROWSE EPISODES
Latest Episode: Marriage after Divorce?

Friday, May 29

​On today's of A Love Language Minute, Dr. Gary Chapman goes straight to the Scriptures to show what the Biblical boundaries are in getting married after a divorce. The boundaries are clear and well defined.  Be sure to listen in.

Loving Your Children - No Matter What

Thursday, May 28

Are you withholding love from your child when they misbehave?  Dr. Gary Chapman says a child's love tank must be filled first before dealing with their behavior.  Learn how to approach discipline on the next A Love Language Minute.

What are Your Children Watching on TV or Online?

Wednesday, May 27

​Do you know what your children are watching on TV or online?  Dr. Gary Chapman provides 4 key questions to ask yourself as you assess the content they watch.  Remember, you're the gatekeeper for your children.  Wise counsel and more - next time on A Love Language Minute.

Relationship with Your Former Spouse

Tuesday, May 26

​Divorce does not end contact with the former spouse.  Dr. Gary Chapman says there are other factors such as children and finances that require contact with your divorced spouse.  For help to avoid considering divorce, be sure to listen for the next A Love Language Minute.

Fighting for Your Marriage

Monday, May 25

​A listener asks if they should fight for their marriage, even after the spouse has left.  Dr. Gary Chapman points back to Hosea as an example of fighting to preserve his marriage.  He also recommends several of his resources to help. That's on today's edition of A Love Language Minute.

Dating Singles Need to Feel Loved

Friday, May 22

​A listener says, I can't find a date that makes me feel loved.  Dr. Gary Chapman recommends his book The 5 Love Languages.  It will open up the opportunity to learn and discuss each other's love language. Sound wisdom and advice can be heard on the next A Love Language Minute.

Age and Wisdom

Thursday, May 21

​Teens desperately need the wisdom of adults.  So why do so many teens reject their parent's wisdom?  Dr. Gary Chapman says speaking to them in their love language makes them feel loved, and prepares them to receive your wisdom.  That's next time on A Love Language Minute.

Sacrificial Service

Wednesday, May 20

​Jesus came to this earth to serve, not to be served.  Dr. Gary Chapman says that attitude of service to others is key to a successful marriage.  On the next A Love Language Minute, we'll learn that life's greatest meaning is in giving, not getting.

Love and Teenagers

Tuesday, May 19

​Parents may sincerely love their children, but don't know how to communicate it.  Dr. Gary Chapman says learning to speak their love language will help them feel loved, leading to a positive change in behavior. Be sure to tune in to the next edition of A Love Language Minute.

Love Languages with Separated

Monday, May 18

​A listener asks if the Love Languages still work when maritally separated.  Dr. Gary Chapman says yes, but only after confession and forgiveness takes place.  Then you can begin to speak your spouse's love language.  Learn more on today's edition of A Love Language Minute.

Jealousy

Friday, May 15

​A listener says her husband comments about good-looking women right in front of her, leading to jealousy. On the next A Love Language Minute, Dr. Gary Chapman suggests she remind him that he's married and that his comments are inappropriate and hurtful.

Being Loved vs Feeling Loved

Thursday, May 14

​When teenagers don't feel loved, they often get involved in destructive behavior.  Dr. Gary Chapman says loving your child is crucial, but loving them in their unique love language will help them feel loved.  Learn how to fill up your child's love tank on today's A Love Language Minute.

Greatest Influence on Teens

Wednesday, May 13

​There are innumerable influences on our teens today, but Dr. Gary Chapman says the greatest influence on them - for good or bad - is their parents.  On today's A Love Language Minute, we'll learn that parents must model the actions and attitudes they're trying to develop in their kids.

Threats of Suicide

Wednesday, May 13

​Is someone you know talking about suicide?  Dr. Gary Chapman says to take the threat seriously and seek treatment immediately.  Your swift and decisive actions can make the difference.  You'll hear wise counsel and more on the next edition of A Love Language Minute.

Maintaining a Marriage While Apart

Tuesday, May 12

​My husband's a truck driver. How can we have a growing marriage if I hardly ever see him?  Dr. Gary Chapman says whether together or apart, seek each others' well-being and make the most of your time together. That's all on today's A Love Language Minute.

Maintaining a Marriage While Apart

Monday, May 11

​My husband's a truck driver. How can we have a growing marriage if I hardly ever see him?  Dr. Gary Chapman says whether together or apart, seek each others' well-being and make the most of your time together. That's all on today's A Love Language Minute.