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Marriage: For Better For Worse is a weekly show dedicated to helping people restore and refresh their marriage. Host, Pastor Bob Moeller, has a heart for couples to enrich and refresh their marriage relationship. Since the inception of the show, the phone lines have been packed with people calling to ask for advice. Each broadcast begins with practical teaching and marriage advice, followed by answering questions from viewers.
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Bob is the host of the nation-wide weekly television call-in program, “Marriage: For Better, For Worse,” which airs on the Total Living Network and Sky Angel Network. He is also a regularly featured radio personality, featured on WMBI AM, WMBI FM, and other stations throughout the nation – usually taking live calls on marriage topics. Bob is the daily host of the nationally syndicated radio program, The Marriage Minute, carried on 300 stations nationwide.
He is author of five books on marriage, including two that were nominated for a Gold Medallion Award by the Evangelical Press Association. His books on marriage are: Marriage Minutes (Harvest House Publishers 2010); For Better, For Worse, For Keeps: God’s Gift of Hope For Every Marriage (MarriageVine 2008); To Have and to Hold: Achieving Lifelong Sexual Intimacy and Satisfaction with Your Spouse (Multnomah); Marriage Minutes: Inspirational Readings to Share with Your Spouse (Moody); and Keep Courting: 100 Ways to Keep Courting After Marriage. He also published a novel, The Stirring, with Thomas Nelson Publishers.
Cisco Cotto is a talk show host who has been in Chicago radio for more than a decade with stops at WMAQ, WIND, WLS, and currently Moody Radio. He has been honored for his radio work by the Associated Press, Radio and Television News Directors Association, Chicagoland AIR Awards, and the Illinois Broadcasters Association. He is also the Lead Pastor of Village Church of Oak Park, a brand new church being started near Chicago. He is a graduate of Western Illinois University and Moody Theological Seminary. Cisco and his wife Anna were married in 2004. They have three children, Gabriella, Louis and Eilana.