The Fast Track to Marriage: Episode 271
Apr 11, 2013
Guests: Anthony Ashley, Becca Clark, Katie Overstreet, Tim Challies
Marrieds reflect on their short dating timelines, plus Tim Challies laments a TMI culture, and a listener wants a godly framework for physical intimacy. Featured musical artist: Hillsong United
Show sponsor: Everyday Relationships
The Dating Sprint
Guests: Anthony Ashley, Becca Clark
Is it possible to get from “Hi” to “I Do” in a year or less? Is it wise? In this week’s roundtable, some marrieds share how and why they did it, and what mattered as they walked (or ran) toward the altar.
Guests: Tim Challies
When was the last time you heard a discussion on modesty that went beyond swimsuits and hemlines, and was directed at girls and guys? If it’s been a while, you’ll like this week’s culture segment. Pastor, blogger and book reviewer Tim Challies says modesty has been lost in many aspects of our culture, including our speech, our behavior — even the way we carry ourselves. This discussion on his book Modest outlines his case.
Guests: Roberta Perno
When in a dating relationship, what’s the balance between being cold and distant, and pushing the boundaries of physical intimacy? Our listener wants to know, so counselor Roberta Perno gives some advice on finding the “just right” between hot and cold.