On Being A Wife (and How I Got It Wrong): Meg Robbins Jamie Ivey Vivian Mabuni

«Listen in to a women’s roundtable with Ann Wilson, Meg Robbins, Jamie Ivey, and Vivian Mabuni as they discuss challenges associated with unmet expectations and baggage in the context of Christian marriages.

Ann Wilson, Meg Robbins, Jamie Ivey, and Vivian Mabuni are contributors to FamilyLife’s all-new Art of Marriage group study! To learn more or order your copy, visit artofmarriage.com.»

Is there baggage destroying your marriage? Our women's roundtable discusses challenges of family origin, unmet expectations, and coping with porn in marriage. View Show Notes →
Join in on a women's roundtable with Ann Wilson, Meg Robbins, Jamie Ivey, and Vivian Mabuni. Explore biblical insights on being a "helper," unravel misconceptions, and navigate challenges in Christian marriages. View Show Notes →

Meet Series Guests

Jamie Ivey

Jamie has been running Ivey Media for seven years where she creates and produces two podcasts and a YouTube show. The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey podcast launched in 2014 from her dining room table where she interviewed her friends and thought only her mom and Aaron would listen. It has gone on to have over 30 million downloads and she has interviewed over 400 guests. In 2020 Aaron and Jamie together launched their podcasts, On The Other Side. We believe everyone is on the other side of something and we believe those stories matter. In 2018 Jamie released, If You Only Knew, and in 2020 she released, You Be You. In 2021 she will be releasing The Jamie Ivey Show on YouTube.

Meg Robbins

Meg Robbins is a grace-seeking wife and mom of 4 energetic kids ages 1 to 11. She loves authentic community that breathes life, helping others experience the relentless love of Jesus. Meg and her husband David have served with Cru for over 17 years everywhere from Italy to Atlanta to Mississippi. Most recently, she and David helped build a movement of more than a thousand millennials strong in New York City. The Robbinses are fresh to the scene in Little Rock, Arkansas, where David is now CEO of FamilyLife. David and Meg are excited to propel FamilyLife to build the next generation of thriving families.

Vivian Mabuni

Vivian Mabuni joined staff with Cru (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ) over 26 years ago and has served on the UC Berkeley and UCLA campuses and currently serves on the Epic National Executive Team (Epic is the Asian American ministry of Cru). An international conference and retreat speaker, Vivian also enjoys writing for SheReadsTruth. Her first book, Warrior In Pink: A Story of Cancer, Community and the God Who Comforts (Discovery House Publishers) released April, 2015. Married over 24 years to her husband, Darrin, and mom to three wonderful kids, Jonathan, Michael, and Julia. They live in Mission Viejo, California along with their German Shepherd, Koa. Connect with Vivian at her website: www.vivianmabuni.com.