Even if couples make it past the selfish first stage and into stage two, “I’m here to serve my spouse,” Bob Lepine says there’s a third and even more profound stage of marital union.
Bob Lepine is senior vice president of FamilyLife and cohost of FamilyLife Today®, FamilyLife’s nationally-syndicated radio program.
A veteran of Christian radio, Bob has a degree in communications from the University of Tulsa. Prior to joining FamilyLife in 1992, Bob worked for local radio stations in Tulsa, Phoenix, Sacramento, and San Antonio.
He is the author of The Christian Husband and the on-air voice for “Truth for Life” with Alistair Begg. Bob also serves on the Board of Directors for National Religious Broadcasters.
Bob and his wife, Mary Ann, live in Little Rock, Arkansas, where he also serves as an elder and teaching pastor at Redeemer Community Church.
“My Job is to Make You Happy”
“You Complete Me”
According to Bob Lepine, marriages often begin with the misguided idea that “She’s here to complete me.” Bob Lepine describes what he calls the “Three Phases of Marriage.”
What Submission Isn’t
Bob Lepine goes through the book of Esther to find descriptions of what biblical submission is, what it isn’t, and why it is important.
Sharing Easter With Your Kids
Michelle Hill interacts with a number of kids about the story of Holy Week and Easter. Bob Lepine defines the gospel in a way that is easy to share with neighbors.
Life in a Blender: Dave and Ann Wilson
guest: Ann Wilson, Bob Lepine, Dave Wilson | Understanding the long-term effects of divorce and remarriage on kids is difficult. A good way to start is to ask an adult…
What Is the Gospel?
Bob Lepine gives a theological, bible-based description of the gospel. Tracy Lane shares how the gospel applies to her life as a mom.
What Did We Do Wrong?
If a child has strayed from the faith of his parents, it’s tempting for parents to question what they did wrong. Phil Waldrep, Bob Lepine, and Michelle Hill offer hope for families of prodigals.
The Making of Like Arrows
Dennis Rainey interviews Bob Lepine about the making of FamilyLife’s feature film, “Like Arrows.” Bob describes several themes, storylines, and scenes from the film.
Parent to Parent
Bruce Goff, a relatively new dad with a toddler, gets pick the brain of an older, wiser, more experienced dad, Bob Lepine.
Remembering Billy Graham
Dennis Rainey and Bob Lepine honor the passing of evangelist Billy Graham.