Robyn McKelvey discloses some of the reasons a woman might not be fully invested in sex with her husband, and reminds women of the privilege it is to be their husband’s sole lover and companion.
Robyn McKelvy has devoted her life to the care and building up of others. In her home, through the church her husband pastors and through years of speaking at Weekend To Remember around the country as well as countless women’s events. Robyn has written SOS: Sick of Sex and a devotional book, Say it loud! — Becoming Your Husband’s Personal Cheerleader.
Robyn and Ray married in 1988. Robyn is the mom of seventeen children, seven in heaven and ten amazing souls here on earth who have received her full attention from the time they were born or grafted into her family.
Livin’ to Love
Not Tonight, Dear, I Have a Headache
Robyn McKelvey, a wife to Ray for over 25 years and a mother of nine, talks honestly to women about enjoying and thriving in a sexual relationship with their husbands.
A Cheerleader’s Purpose
Robyn McKelvy and her husband, Ray, tell you how to build up your husband through encouragement. Robyn explains that as your husband receives encouragement, it will give him the confidence and support to know he is valued.
Becoming Your Husband’s Cheerleader
Author and FamilyLife marriage conference speaker Robyn McKelvy, along with her husband, Ray, explain why being a wife is a whole lot like being a cheerleader.