Remember Me: Episode 461

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Remember Me: Episode 461

Dec 01, 2016
Guests: Andrew Hess, Joy Beth Smith, Amy Lively and Candice Watters

[52:30] - 

Being remembered for what's important, plus how to be a good (but not weird) neighbor, and is it OK to play hard to get?

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Featured musical artist: Austin Stone Worship


How Will You Be Remembered?

Guests: Andrew Hess and Joy Beth Smith

[24:09] - 

Some people want to be famous. Others want to die rich. But for the Christian, eternal impact should be our ultimate life goal. What does this look like, practically speaking? How do we prioritize our time and talents to learn and do things that really matter? This week's panelists share their strategies and hopes in this area.

Like a Good Neighbor

Guests: Amy Lively

[19:08] - 

Do you know your neighbors? Have you even met them? Jesus calls us to love them and be the fragrance of Christ to them, but fitting them into our lives can be tricky. Amy Lively knows this all too well, so she set out to be intentional about investing in those living near her. In her book How to Love Your Neighbor Without Being Weird, Amy dissects the protestations and pitfalls we may have about loving our neighbors and introducing them to Jesus. Join us for this equally fun and convicting conversation.

Hard to Get

Guests: Candice Watters

[6:53] - 

She sees a lot of game-playing going on among the singles at her church. Even playing "hard to get" is acceptable on most fronts. But is it a wise strategy? Is it biblical? Candice Watters weighs in.