Revive Our Hearts Podcast

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Leslie Basham: As a new wife, Robyn McKelvy searched the Scriptures to understand what submission in marriage is . . . and what it isn’t.

Robyn McKelvy: Submission does not mean in God's Word that I am inferior or that I lose my identity. Submission does not mean that we're a doormat, that our opinion is not necessary. Submission is a calling.

Leslie: This is Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth, author of Adorned, for Wednesday, January 24, 2018.

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth: Over the last few weeks, we’ve been focusing on living out the beauty of the gospel. We’ve done that by studying the first paragraph of Titus chapter 2 with the speakers from the Revive '17 conference. They led us through that passage verse by verse, phrase by phrase.

Now we come to the instruction in Titus 2 that says women should be submissive to their own …

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About the Teacher

Robyn McKelvy

Robyn McKelvy

Robyn McKelvy has devoted her life to the care and building up of others—in her home, in the church her husband pastors, and through years of speaking for FamilyLife and at 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 her husband Ray are parents of seventeen children: seven in heaven and ten amazing souls here on earth.