This week on “The Boundless Show”
Share stories about times you’ve witnessed to friends and family. How was it intimidating? What’s your worst “foot-in-mouth” experience related to Gospel-sharing? Have you led someone to Christ?
Roundtable: Jesus Saves Adults, Too
Witnessing to your friends and family can be intimidating. Do you know people who seem too set in their opinions, too “anti-God,” even people about whom you’d say, “I don’t believe they’ll ever become Christians”? Our panel features three people with different stories but one thing in common: they all accepted Jesus as adults. Lisa asks them what others said and what God did to make them consider Christ — proving that as long as you’re alive, you’re never beyond the reach of God’s grace.
Culture: Using Culture to Introduce Christ
Whether he was sitting in a prison cell or speaking to crowds, Paul made evangelism look easy. How did he do it? How did he influence a culture that celebrated everything but Christianity? Ray Vander Laan has traced Paul’s life and studied his teaching, and offers some interesting insights and practical ways you can engage today’s culture like Paul did his.
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Inbox: Unequally Churched
A listener and his girlfriend attend very different churches, and she doesn’t seem interested in switching to his. Plus, she’s a new Christian, and he’s been walking with God for years. Does this mean they’re not a good match? Licensed counselor Glenn Lutjens offers some sound advice.
Featured musical artist: Nathan Tasker