FamilyLife Blended® Podcast
92: The Fields Are White for Harvest: Teaching Pastors Speak Out About Blended Family Ministry
Non-traditional families are now considered traditional. As churches, how do we meet changing needs & serve them well? Listen to Ron Deal's conversation with three senior pastors on why and how to love all families, despite the narrative of their past.
About the Guest
Bryan CarterBryan Carter is the Senior Pastor of Concord Church. The mission of their church is “We Grow People.” He has served as pastor since 2003 succeeding the church’s founding pastor, Dr. E. K. Bailey. Under Pastor Carter’s leadership, Concord has tripled in size, currently serving more than 8,500 members. Pastor Carter is heavily involved in the city of Dallas in numerous capacities including serving on the boards of Dallas Habitat for Humanity, Dallas ISD Education Foundation, HIS Bri...more
Dave WilsonDave Wilson and his wife Ann are hosts of FamilyLife Today®, FamilyLife’s nationally-syndicated radio program. Lead pastor, Hall of Fame college quarterback, and nationally-touring speaker, he wears a lot of hats, but it’s his singular passion for enriching lives through spreading the Word and wisdom of God that truly defines Dave. Since attaining his seminary degree, Dave has transformed his passion for sharing the message of Christ and unique nothing’s off limits style in...more
Rob BughRob 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 f...more
Non-traditional families are now considered traditional. As churches, how do we meet changing needs & serve them well? Listen to Ron Deal’s conversation with three senior pastors on why and how to love all families, despite the narrative of their past.