Pastor Ray Johnston and his wife, Carol, describe how they are striving to pass on a healthy family legacy to their children and grandchildren by modeling a thriving marriage. The couple also outlines seven ways listeners can find hope in God for the challenges they're facing in their own marriage and family. (Part 2 of 2)
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Ray JohnstonView Bio
Ray Johnston is the founding pastor of Bayside Church near Sacramento, Calif., a church that has grown to become one of the largest in the nation, with more than 11,000 attendees every weekend. He is also the founder of Thriving Churches International and Thrive Communications, and serves on the board of directors at Azusa Pacific University. Pastor Johnston, and his wife, Carol, are the proud parents of four children.