Self Control and Blended Families

Self Control is possible for the Christian by the power of the Holy Spirit when we value Jesus above all else. Rob Bugh talks about how self-control can be catalytic in bringing positive relationship growth in blended families.

If self-control is a fruit of the Spirit, then how do we allow the Spirit to cultivate that fruit in our lives? Rob Bugh discusses how this quality is especially critical in blended families. View Show Notes →
Rob Bugh talks about the importance of self-control in blended families. He tells about how a lack of self-control caused great regret in the early years of his new marriage. View Show Notes →

Meet Series Guests

Rob Bugh

Rob Bugh is a graduate of Southern Methodist University. He received a Master of Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary and a Doctorate of Ministry at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He has been the Senior Pastor at Wheaton Bible Church in Wheaton, Illinois since 1994. Rob has also serves as the chairman of the board of Greater Europe Mission.

Following the deaths to cancer of their first spouses, Rob and Rhonda, long-time family friends (Rhonda’s first husband was Rob’s best friend), married in 2007. Rob and Rhonda’s crazy stepfamily includes seven young adults (six are married) and seven grandchildren.

Rob’s book, When the Bottom Drops Out, Finding Grace in the Depths of Disappointment, documents the incredible journey and grace they have experienced in suffering and death. Rob and Rhonda also served on the advisory board of the FamilyLife Blended, an arm of FamilyLife Ministries.