Big Spenders: Episode 444

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Big Spenders: Episode 444

Aug 04, 2016
Guests: Abby Dorman, Lee Hollman, Alaina Joy Porter, Jill Monaco, Lisa Anderson and Jared Anderson

[52:05] - 

What to spend on a first date, plus Jill Monaco models radical faith in singleness, and a listener isn’t clicking with her latest suitors.

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Featured Musical Artist: Jared Anderson


Financing a First Date

Guests: Abby Dorman, Lee Hollman and Alaina Joy Porter

[24:06] - 

A recent survey uncovered the top 10 cities in the U.S. by money spent on a first date. Miami topped the list with a whopping $248 price tag for a first date, and Denver rounded out the list at $161. Does more money spent equal a better date? What’s generous, and what’s trying too hard? For that matter, what are some general first date best practices to keep in mind? Our panel weighs in.

Radical Singleness

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Guests: Jill Monaco

[19:57] - 

Jill Monaco is the founder of Single Matters, a ministry for the growing population of single adults over 30. Jill’s goal is to help single adults grow in their relationship with Christ while tackling healthy life and relational goals. She practices what she preaches. Jill is no stranger to stepping out in faith, having done several months-long cross-country road trips with no real agenda beyond seeing what God would have her do along the way. She also recently packed up her life and moved to Chicago for her next step in ministry. Here’s your chance to embrace a radical trust in Christ by witnessing Jill Monaco’s example.  

Too Much to Ask?

Guests: Lisa Anderson

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She knows that character and faith are important, but is it too much to ask that her next boyfriend also be just plain fun? And funny? Should she expect to “click” with someone, or is there harder work involved first? Lisa Anderson offers advice.

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