Doyle Roth

As a successful businessman, president of a nonprofit ministry and long-term leader in his localchurch, Doyle Roth has worked with hundreds of couples from every walk of life. He's seen thepower of God's Word heal hurting marriages and he's watched man-to-man confrontation revivehardened hearts.

Doyle’s reputation as a straight shooter, passionate evangelist, and caring friend has made him asought-after counselor and public speaker. Doyle offers a seasoned approach to family life rootedin the Scriptures and in his own life experience.

In addition to his counseling work, Doyle has now enjoyed nearly sixty years of "happily ever after"marriage with his wife, Nancy. They have four grown children, twelve grandchildren, six greatgrandchildren and make their home on the family ranch in Colorado.

Doyle is the author of Oops! I Forgot My Wife, Oops! I Forgot My Wife Discussion Guide (with PaulSanthouse), Oops! We Forgot the Kids and Toxic Sons-and Daughters-in-Law.

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If you take your spouse for granted, much hurt and relational brokenness will ensue. If you take God for granted, you open a door for sin to consume your life. Doyle Roth and Judy Starr tell their stories and their hard-learned lessons. View Show Notes →
All loving parents want healthy relationships for their children, but what do we do when we see red flags? Doyle Roth talks about how to know when someone is toxic and what to do about it. View Show Notes →
What does it look like for parents to wait on the Lord when they see toxic tendencies in their child's spouse? Doyle Roth talks about preserving relationships as you navigate difficult patterns of behavior. View Show Notes →
How can a parent respond when their child is married to a toxic person? Author and counselor Doyle Roth describes ways to wade through the difficulties that come with those hard relationships. View Show Notes →
Are you giving your children the attention they need? View Show Notes →
Would your spouse say you're selfish? View Show Notes →
Have you taken your spouse for granted? View Show Notes →