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Building Relationships is a weekly 54-minute radio program offering life-changing insight and realistic advice rooted in the Word of God. Hosted by bestselling author Dr. Gary Chapman along with Chris and Andrea Fabry.

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Saturday, March 16
Helpful Tools for Healthy Relationships
Guest: Zack Williamson

Featured Resources: Startmarriageright.com, Prologue, Love Nudge for Couples app, The 5 Love Languages Marriage Conferences

If you want to build a relationship, you need the right tools for the job. But many builders wind up using a hammer for everything. If that’s you, there’s help and hope on this edition of Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman. You’ll hear about a set of tools that can assist your marriage, parenting or any relationship you might have. And the great news is, the tools are FREE! If you need a “love nudge,” don’t miss this helpful podcast.


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Saturday, March 23
Relational Reset
Guest: Dr. Laurel Shaler

Featured Resource: Relational Reset by Dr. Laurel Shaler

If you’ve ever wished you had a “reset” button on your relationships, you’ll benefit from the conversation on this edition of Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman. Dr. Laurel Shaler says we can get in bad relational ruts that hold us back and keep us from deeper connections with those we love. What could happen if you were to follow her advice? Don’t miss the practical suggestions for a “Relational Reset”!

Saturday, March 30
Dear Gary

Featured Resource: Things I Wish I'd Known Before We Became Parents by Gary Chapman and Shannon Warden

Each month the New York Times bestselling author of The 5 Love Languages takes questions and comments from his listener line. And on this edition of Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman, you’ll hear listeners from around the country ask questions that might help you in your own relational struggles. Single, married, parents, children—don’t miss this month’s “Dear Gary”.