Bob Lepine

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.

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How does the celebration of Easter affect your eternal perspective? Michael and Hayley DiMarco, Dan Gaffney, and Bob Lepine talk about how the truth of the resurrection of Christ helped them walk through their circumstances with a bigger picture. View Show Notes →
Bob Lepine brings a wise and seasoned perspective to what God is doing in the world amidst COVID-19. He offers us two options on how to view the current crisis. Learn the practical comfort and profound implications of the "Providence" option, on FamilyLife Today. View Show Notes →
Bob Lepine, Ron Deal, Gary Chapman, Juli Slattery, Charlie and Kirstie Dates, and Dave and Ann Wilson discuss expectations in marriage from the 2020 Love Like You Mean It® marriage cruise. View Show Notes →
Join Bob Lepine, Ron Deal, Gary Chapman, Juli Slattery, Charlie and Kirstie Dates, and Dave and Ann Wilson for a panel discussion about marriage recorded aboard the 2020 Love Like You Mean It® marriage cruise. View Show Notes →
As believers, we should be joyful, prayerful, and thankful. Bob Lepine expounds on some biblical directives from 1 Thessalonians 5. View Show Notes →
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. View Show Notes →
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." View Show Notes →
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. View Show Notes →
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. View Show Notes →
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 who experienced life in a blended family. Ron talks with “FamilyLife Today” host Dave Wilson about his childhood blended family experience. Show Notes and Resources […] View Show Notes →
Bob Lepine gives a theological, bible-based description of the gospel. Tracy Lane shares how the gospel applies to her life as a mom. View Show Notes →
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. View Show Notes →
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. View Show Notes →
Bruce Goff, a relatively new dad with a toddler, gets pick the brain of an older, wiser, more experienced dad, Bob Lepine. View Show Notes →
Dennis Rainey and Bob Lepine honor the passing of evangelist Billy Graham. View Show Notes →
From the FamilyLife Today vault, hear some of Bob Lepine's best pastoral messages, both behind the mic, and behind the podium of a local church. View Show Notes →
In 25 years of programing, a number of sound-bites have hit the cutting room floor. Hear some of the goof-ups by Dennis Rainey, Bob Lepine, and a number of our guests through the years. View Show Notes →
What do you think God wants us to have for Christmas? What about the Fruit of the Spirit? Bob Lepine and Hayley DiMarco discuss just what the Fruit of the Spirit is, and how we can acquire it. View Show Notes →
Bob Lepine explains how this historical movement affects how we raise our families and R.C. Sproul talks about the importance of Scripture. View Show Notes →
The Protestant Reformation defined a new worldview. Pastors R.C. Sproul and Bob Lepine help listeners dig into the history of this movement to gain a greater understanding for why the Reformation is important. View Show Notes →
Spring is in the air, and with it many gardening metaphors pertaining to Christian growth. Guests Bob Lepine and Barbara Rainey talk about soil and the fine art of nuturing life. View Show Notes →
Dennis and Barbara Rainey, Bob Lepine, and Ron Deal provide solid biblical answers on questions concerning different ministry opportunities for lay-people within the church. View Show Notes →
New Year's Eve, 1992: Dennis and Bob sat down in a rented recording studio and had a conversation about the coming new year. Find out how well Bob and Dennis kept their resolutions, as we turn the clock back. View Show Notes →
New Year's resolution: Read through the Bible in a year. Dennis Rainey, Bob Lepine, Jen Wilkin, Barbara Rainey, and Don Whitney offer some coaching on effective ways to dig into God's word. View Show Notes →
Dennis and Barbara Rainey, along with Jeff Kemp, provide solid biblical answers to questions concerning broken family relationships. View Show Notes →
As believers, we should be joyful, prayerful, and thankful. Bob Lepine expounds on some biblical directives from 1 Thessalonians 5. View Show Notes →
Bob Lepine explains the importance of remembering that Jesus not only gave His life for us, but that He suffered under Pontius Pilate, He was crucified, dead, and buried. View Show Notes →
Bob Lepine offers some Christmas cheer from the prophecies about Jesus found in Isaiah, Chapter 9. View Show Notes →
Join us as we celebrate and remember the goodness of God's work done in God's way, in the life of the late Vonette Bright. View Show Notes →
Join us as we celebrate the life of the late Vonette Bright. View Show Notes →
With this week's Supreme Court decision regarding United States' marriage laws, the furor around the redefinition of marriage will finally die down ... or will it? Pastor Bob Lepine delivers a sober assessment of what the next steps of relational redefinition might hold for America, and for the church. View Show Notes →
Now that the Supreme Court of the United States of America has concluded that same-gender marriage is a protected behavior that all states must recognize, how should believers respond? View Show Notes →
Most Americans think that the Supreme Court of the United States has the final say on matters of constitutional law, but according to Scripture the final say is in Jesus' hands. View Show Notes →
When people are asked to describe Christians, what word most often comes to mind? Sadly, it's not usually the word "joy." Bob Lepine talks about this important fruit of the spirit. View Show Notes →
The angels appeared to the shepherds, bringing with them joyful news of Christ's birth. Bob Lepine shares a special Christmas message about living in the fullness of Christ's joy. View Show Notes →
Across America, there is a new awareness of the importance of the marriage covenant. View Show Notes →
Can you quickly open your Bible and point out a Gospel passage? Bob Lepine explores 1 Corinthians 15, and the core of the Gospel. View Show Notes →
Bob Lepine says there is only one source to whom we can turn to for the cleanup. View Show Notes →
Bob Lepine talks about what did, and did not happen in God's creation of man, woman, marriage, and sex. View Show Notes →
"Is it love, or is it the flu?" View Show Notes →
So you think you're ship shape in the romance department, right? Think again. View Show Notes →
A romantic moon, a cruise ship, violins, flowers--when it comes to romance, you're good, right? View Show Notes →
Bob Lepine explains that married love is exemplified by service, commitment, perseverance, humility and selflessness. View Show Notes →
Bob Lepine outlines the basis of marriage and explains that marriage conforms us into the image of Christ. View Show Notes →
Bob Lepine talks in a humorous, yet Gospel-centered way about five characteristics of REAL love. View Show Notes →
Bob Lepine (also known as Dr. Love) talks about what REAL love looks like. View Show Notes →
If you are struggling with communication in your marriage, the solution might be to work on your listening skills. View Show Notes →
Even if you have a degree in communication, you still may need a remedial course when it comes to communicating with your spouse. View Show Notes →
Sometimes the sexual differences between men and women feel like a cruel joke. View Show Notes →
If you don't have a strong, healthy, loving relationship in marriage outside the bedroom, you're not going to be able to manufacture that kind of strong, healthy, loving relationship when you come together for marital intimacy. View Show Notes →
Marital intimacy is more like a thermometer than a thermostat. View Show Notes →
It’s coming! View Show Notes →
Get your new year started with right thinking about the Gospel and about Scripture--the second and third of Bob Lepine’s Gospel Resolutions. View Show Notes →
Each new year millions of people make resolutions, from the silly to the noble ... and by the second week of the year, most of them are broken or forgotten. View Show Notes →
FamilyLife has been hard at work developing a host of great new tools for a new generation. View Show Notes →
This may come as a surprise, but your husband really wants to talk about ... respect! View Show Notes →
Bob Lepine is more than a radio co-host. He's a representative voice for millions of men who just can't quite choke out the words their wives want to hear. View Show Notes →
Ladies, your man really does want to tell you what he's thinking and feeling, but it can be intimidating. View Show Notes →
Dennis Rainey encourages couples to feed the fire of romance in their marriages. View Show Notes →
Dennis Rainey tells couples how to keep their marriages strong in the face of temptation. View Show Notes →
Shepherds—that’s exactly who God told first, as He made His divine birth announcement of the glad tidings of the incarnation of Jesus Christ. View Show Notes →
Why announce the birth of the Savior of the World to shepherds, of all people? View Show Notes →
Do you treat your husband as the king of your home, or more like the court jester? View Show Notes →
What does it mean to be a husband in our culture today? View Show Notes →
What are the qualifications of a Christian husband? View Show Notes →
Listen to a dramatic presentation based on the FamilyLife resource, "What God Wants for Christmas". View Show Notes →
Hear Dennis Rainey and Bob Lepine share stories and letters from couples who've attended the Weekend to Remember. View Show Notes →
Bob Lepine shares some valuable insights from the Scriptures on giving. View Show Notes →
Bob Lepine talks about the benefits of giving. View Show Notes →
Bob Lepine talks about the spiritual discipline of giving. View Show Notes →