The Roaring 20s: Episode 391

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The Roaring 20s: Episode 391

Jul 30, 2015
Guests: Jim Batura, Roger Ingolia, Barb Dalton, Doug Serven and John Thorington

[48:39] - 

Grandparents give advice to 20-somethings, plus Doug Serven dissects the decade of the 20s, and is it OK if your in-laws aren’t Christians?

Featured musical artist: Bethel Music

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When I Was Your Age

Being Single|Roundtable
Guests: Jim Batura and Roger Ingolia

[21:59] - 

You've heard it said that hindsight is 20/20. Whether it is or not, there's no denying that experience breeds wisdom, and this week's panel has plenty of experience. Looking back many decades on their 20s, our panelists (all of them now grandparents) share advice for those now walking through that season. What should 20-somethings prioritize in life? How can they build lasting relationships? What does it mean to look toward the future with focus? Listen in and glean wisdom earned through a lifetime of experience.


Being Single|Culture

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Is there something unique about being in your 20s? Doug Serven, co-author of TwentySomeone, sure thinks so. In fact, he thinks that there are key takeaways to be had in your 20s in the areas of faith, time, relationships and more. What connections should be made in this decade? How can you use failure to your advantage? How should you learn from relationship successes and mistakes? Get the scoop from this young adult mentor and friend.

Unsaved In-Laws

Guests: John Thorington

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We know that marrying a fellow Jesus-follower is essential for Christians, but what about the faith of their family? Should your in-laws also be people of faith? What are the things to keep in mind when it comes to evaluating the beliefs of your future family? Counselor John Thorington offers advice.