Why Did God Do That?: Episode 289

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Why Did God Do That?: Episode 289

Aug 15, 2013
Guests: Brandy Bruce, Amy Hanson, Monica Schleicher, Alex McFarland and Jared Pingleton

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Working moms weigh the pros and cons of punching a clock, plus Alex McFarland answers our toughest questions about God, and a rape victim wants help in healing.

Featured musical artist: Tricia

EPISODE SEGMENTS

Moms at Work

Career|Roundtable
Guests: Brandy Bruce, Amy Hanson and Monica Schleicher

[27:25] - 

Some things should never be discussed at a dinner party; these include religion, politics, and whether mothers should work outside the home. But since Boundless is no dinner party, we're going to kick the proverbial hornet's nest. All of the women on our panel are working moms: some by choice, some not. But what they have in common is a desire to keep family first and honor God in the process. How and why they do it is an important discussion around an issue that's not going away anytime soon.

Answers to Tough Questions

Guests: Alex McFarland

[33:31] - 

Why aren't my prayers answered? Why does God allow His children to make bad decisions? Why can't Christians agree on doctrine? What if I never get married? Questions like these keep us up at night, but instead of continuing to stew over them, we foisted them on Alex McFarland for answers. Alex is an internationally-known apologist, speaker and culture expert. His newest book, The 21 Toughest Questions Your Kids Will Ask About Christianity, is a great resource for parents and non-parents. In this segment, Lisa goes after him with some perplexing questions applicable to young adults.

I Was Raped

Sexuality|Inbox
Guests: Jared Pingleton

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She's a victim of rape, and hasn't worked through the pain and shame. On top of it all, she wants to date, but is afraid that her story will hurt her chances of finding love and a lasting marriage. Can she move ahead toward healing? Counselor Dr. Jared Pingleton offers hope and practical suggestions.