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The problems and issues that families face are for the most part universal, but not all countries have the adequate resources to help families deal with their struggles.  For this reason, the ministry of Family Life "has an active presence in 101 countries" according to Michelle Hill, Global Broadcast Manager for "Family Life Today."  May God use Dennis Rainey and the rest of the Family Life team to strenghten families and marriages around the world.

Click here for a link to Family Life Today