Colossians 3 calls Christians to “put away” certain behaviors, and to “put on” other behaviors in order to love others. Ray and Robyn McKelvy explain to us what that looks like when relating to our spouses.
Ray is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary with a Masters of Arts in Biblical Studies and Masters of Arts in Christian Education. He has planted two churches, New Hope Bible Church in Kansas City, MO where he served for 10 years. He currently serves as Lead Pastor of Christ for the Nations Church, a multi-Ethnic church in Nashville, TN. He has also served in many other pastoral capacities, youth, worship and young adults.
Robyn keeps busy counseling, mentoring and writing. She has finished two books, “SOS: Sick of Sex" and "Say it loud: Becoming Your Husband's Personal Cheerleader". Robyn has also spoken with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth's True Woman and Revive Our Hearts conferences. She has been one of the featured writers for MomLifeToday.com. Ray and Robyn have been speakers for FamilyLife’s Weekend to Remember® conferences for twenty-five years, and continue to facilitate men and women's retreats and church-based marriage and parenting conferences.
Ray and Robyn have been married for over three decades and are the proud parents of ten children, two son-in-laws and three grandsons. The McKelvy's make their home in Franklin, TN.