Question to discuss:
What generational baggage have you identified in your own life, and what are you doing to dump it?
Roundtable: I Got It From My Parents
We’re prone to point out family resemblances. You have your mom’s eyes, dad’s hair color, and grandpa’s sense of humor. But have you also inherited their patterns of sin and dysfunction? Probably, and sometimes without even knowing it. Cycles of anger, addiction, blame, conflict avoidance: too often, it’s like father, like son. But it doesn’t have to be that way. You can break the patterns of dysfunctional behavior and belief that have been handed down to you. Our panel discusses how.
Culture: It’s Up to You
Decision-making can be a worrisome task. What if we choose incorrectly? What if we don’t have all the information? No decision is ever foolproof, but pastor Craig Groeschel, author of “Divine Direction,” says there are seven decisions you can make today with confidence: decisions that will change your life.
Inbox: Save Me From Myself
Her friend is in a bad relationship that has gone on too long. The trouble is, her friend wants to talk about how bad it is, but refuses to do anything about it. What should our listener do? Can she continue being a friend amid such crazy-making behavior? Counselor Roberta Perno offers advice.
Music: Tauren Wells