Before You Get to Heaven: Episode 517

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Before You Get to Heaven: Episode 517

Dec 28, 2017
Guests: Matthew Demeritt, Kathryn Eutsler, Jake Roberson, Ashleigh Slater and Joshua Rogers

[50:27] - 

Things Christians should do before they die, plus how to brave life's sorrows, and a listener is having trouble moving on after dating heartbreak.

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Featured musical artist: Darlene Zschech

EPISODE SEGMENTS

Your Faith Bucket List

Spiritual Growth|Roundtable
Guests: Matthew Demeritt, Kathryn Eutsler and Jake Roberson

[22:41] - 

Skydiving, riding in a hot air balloon, backpacking around Europe…most people have a bucket list. At risk of Jesus Juke-ing the concept, what about creating a bucket list for your faith? Join us as we talk about books we want to read, missions we want to join, and what we're determined to do in the new year to help us walk closer with Jesus.

Courageously Facing Hard Times

Community|Culture
Guests: Ashleigh Slater

[21:39] - 

Hurricane Irma. The bombing at a concert in London. The massive shooting in Las Vegas. While we sure hope that 2018 brings less disasters than 2017 did, it's naive to think that the year will go perfectly. And it's not just the "big stuff." Sometimes the most devastating hardships are the ones on our own doorsteps: illness, joblessness, dashed dreams, broken relationships. Boundless contributor Ashleigh Slater is with us this week to talk candidly about her hard breakup, anxiety attacks and the loss of her big dream, and tells us what she learned about bringing others into her trials. Join us as she goes through the practical steps in her book "Braving Sorrow Together: The Transformative Power of Faith and Community When Life Is Hard."

Can't Get Over You

Dating|Inbox
Guests: Joshua Rogers

[3:28] - 

A listener finally got the courage to ask his good friend out — but she said no because she just started dating someone else. Our listener knows he should move on, but he doesn't think he'll ever find another girl like her. What should he do? Joshua Rogers weighs in about movin' on.