Into All the World: Episode 346

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Into All the World: Episode 346

Sep 18, 2014
Guests: Chelsea Baird, Karla Colonnieves, Robb Erickson, Kelly Minter and Roberta Perno

[55:09] - 

When short-term missions changes your life, plus Kelly Minter takes us on a cruise of the Amazon, and a listener wonders what to do with an abusive boyfriend.

Featured musical artist: for KING & COUNTRY

Show sponsor: Zondervan's NIV First-Century Study Bible

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EPISODE SEGMENTS

Vacation With a Purpose

Ministry|Roundtable
Guests: Chelsea Baird, Karla Colonnieves and Robb Erickson

[21:57] - 

With limited funds and vacation time, the thought of "giving up" both for a short-term missions trip can be daunting. But for those who have done it, there are experiences gained and lessons learned that have made the decision worthwhile. Whether it involves missions on the other side of the world or in your own city, listen in as our panel shares how committing to a "vacation with a purpose" opened their eyes and changed their lives.

Jesus and the Jungle People

Ministry|Culture
Guests: Kelly Minter

[24:48] - 

Author and musician Kelly Minter thought she was going to the Amazon to help the people there. What she didn't expect was how much she would be helped. Now having traveled there upwards of half a dozen times, Kelly wrote about her experiences in her new book Wherever the River Runs. From seeing the heartbeat of jungle pastors to experiencing the overwhelming generosity of the poor, Kelly's life as a first-world girl was turned upside down. She shares her biggest takeaways with us in this candid interview.

Abuse Apology

Dating|Inbox
Guests: Roberta Perno

[5:41] - 

She dated him for five years and admits that during their relationship he occasionally hit her. But he's sorry, and he wants to change. Should she give him a second chance? Counselor Roberta Perno offers advice.

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