Today on the broadcast, Dr. Bill Cutrer, a former OB-GYN and current professor at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Dr. Mark Povich, a family physician, talk to Dennis Rainey about the many birth control options available to couples today, including those not often considered, like Natural Family Planning.
Dr. Mark Povich
Dr. Mark Povich graduated from Alma College in Michigan, attended medical school at Michigan State University and did his residency in family medicine in Lansing.
Then it was goodbye to Michigan, for a while anyway, and hello Minot, North Dakota to fulfill his US Air Force obligation.
Born and raised in Saginaw, Dr. Povich was happy to return to his home state, eventually joining the OSF family in 1995. “I love establishing long-term relationships and caring for people,” he says. “Many of the babies I delivered I now see as teens.”
As Medical Staff President, Dr. Povich divides his time between seeing patients and performing administrative duties. He directs the medical staff at our various clinics, works together with them to improve quality and is active in recruiting new physicians. “It keeps me going!” he says.
Dr. Povich and his wife Carol met in college and have been married for over 35 years. They are the parents of nine children, ranging in age from 33 to 13.
Contraception: Understanding the Options, Part 2
Contraception: Understanding the Options, Part 1
On the broadcast today, Dr. Bill Cutrer, a former OB-GYN and current professor at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, along with Dr. Mark Povich, a physician in family practice, talk to Dennis Rainey about the benefits and risks of taking the Pill.
Understanding a Woman’s Cycle
When does conception begin?
Spiritual Issues Surrounding Contraception
Today on the broadcast, Dennis Rainey talks with Dr. Bill Cutrer, an OB-GYN and Professor of Christian Ministry at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY, and Dr. Mark Povich, an advocate of Natural Family Planning who practices family medicine in Michigan, about the spiritual issues men and women need to consider when choosing a birth control method.