Debt, Virgins and Tattoos: Episode 546

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Debt, Virgins and Tattoos: Episode 546

Jul 19, 2018
Guests: Logan Floyd, Jake Roberson, Greg Smalley, Deborah Pegues and Glenn Lutjens

[54:43] - 

What men really look for in a wife, plus your financial questions answered, and a listener's boyfriend is causing her to question her ministry.

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Music: Kerrie Roberts

EPISODE SEGMENTS

Are Husbands a Reward for Good Behavior?

Marriage|Roundtable
Guests: Logan Floyd, Jake Roberson and Greg Smalley

[24:47] - 

If you've been on social media at all this week, you've probably seen the article titled "Men Prefer Debt-Free Virgins Without Tattoos." Thousands of people have shared and commented on it — some angry at what they consider to be legalism on steroids, some defending the writer for taking an unpopular stance on purity. But what do solid Christian guys really "prefer"? More importantly, what does God think about this? Lisa sits down with three men to discuss their take on this article and (as only Lisa can) gets them to admit what qualities they really value in a woman.

Also check out Erica Wilkinson's open letter to the author.

Money and Singleness

Money|Culture
Guests: Deborah Pegues

[21:15] - 

We asked our Boundless Insiders what questions they have about money, and then the wise and sassy Deborah Pegues sat down in the studio to answer them. Deborah takes on questions like: Should the guy always pay on dates? Should a single woman buy a house? How do you know if you're financially stable enough to support a family? — and several more. Grab a pen to take notes as Deborah shares her experience and advice.

Get Deborah's book "30 Days to Taming Your Finances"

Boyfriend vs. Service Opportunity

Dating|Inbox
Guests: Glenn Lutjens

[5:16] - 

She thought she knew where she was supposed to serve, but now she's second-guessing the situation. Her boyfriend feels called to minister at a different church; she feels called to stay where she is. It was a lot easier when they attended the same church. Is this potentially a deal breaker, or is God trying to expand her horizons? Our ever-wise friend and counselor Glenn Lutjens offers advice.