Stuck in a Marriage Rut with Bob Lepine

In this episode of Straight to the Heart, our host Rush Witt, talks with Bob Lepine, an author, pastor, and radio host whose recent book, Build a Stronger Marriage helps married and engaged couples to apply the gospel to their relationship. They discuss resolutions to marital conflict, key problems couples face, and the signs of a healthy marriage.


1:35 – Intro

3:20 – What’s your advice to a couple moving toward marriage?

7:20 – Is there a common issue most couples face?

10:40 – How have you seen conflict at work in your marriage?

15:25 – The central goal of marriage

18:45 – Practical examples of building a stronger marriage

23:10 – How to know when to overlook or confront a marriage problem

28:05 – Habits are key in healthy marriages

35:35 – What have marriage taught you about yourself?

39:30 – How can we help or teach other married people when we have our own marriage problems?

43:30 – Farewell

About Bob Lepine:

Bob Lepine is the longtime cohost of FamilyLife Today®. He serves as the teaching pastor at Redeemer Community Church in Little Rock, Arkansas. He is the author of Love Like You Mean It: The Heart of a Marriage That Honors GodThe Christian Husband, and Build a Stronger Marriage. Bob and his wife, Mary Ann have five children and ten grandchildren. 

Resources mentioned in this episode:

Seasons of Sorrow 1
Mobilizing Church Based Counseling Frontcover 85085
Mobilizing Church Based Counseling Frontcover 85085
Blog Posts written bY Bob Lepine.
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Straight to the Heart

Welcome to “Straight to the Heart,” a podcast from New Growth Press hosted by Rush Witt. Each episode includes thought-provoking conversations with leading Christian writers and thinkers. We hear who they are, what they believe, how they approach their work and ministry, and the moments and people who have changed their lives. In “Straight to the Heart,” we go beyond the books to connect with the remarkable people behind them.

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