Boundless Has a New Look!
We’ve been working furiously all summer to move our site to a new platform, add functionality, update our branding, and do a few other things to get ready to celebrate our 20th anniversary in September.
Today’s our big “reveal.” What do you think? A few changes we’re especially stoked about:
- You’ll now be able to access and share show segments individually
- You can comment on articles and shows in addition to blog posts
- Content categories have been updated to better reflect our subject matter
- The site is responsive, so check it out on your mobile device!
We’d love your help in fine-tuning the site experience. If you find anything broken, weird, missing or otherwise confusing, comment here; we need all the eyes we can get. Have fun poking around and see what you find. Share an article, post or show (or two) on social. And tell your friends!
And, hey — while our look has changed for the better, we’re still the same community with the same great advice, encouragement and sense of fun. As always, we’re here to help you maximize your young adult years as you embrace new responsibilities, own your faith, date with purpose, prepare for marriage and, above all, honor God in everything you do.
A colossal “thanks” to the digital, IT, marketing, marriage, films, broadcast and other teams at Focus on the Family in helping us get this done. Thanks also to vendors Fishhook and Diverge for their amazing diligence, creativity and expertise. We couldn’t have done it without you!
About the Author
Lisa Anderson is the director of Boundless and young adults at Focus on the Family and hosts The Boundless Show, a national radio program and podcast. She loves connecting with single young adults and strategizing how to better equip them for life, relationships and a faith that goes the distance; she does not love managing budgets or signing contracts, but realizes that’s part of her job, too. Lisa can often be heard at conferences and on radio and TV, getting worked up about dating, relationships, faith and hip-hop. She grew up in San Jose, California, is a graduate of Trinity International University in Chicago, and spent a good chunk of her life in media relations before joining Boundless. She runs to counterbalance her love of pastries and chicken tikka masala, and often quotes her mom, who’s known to say outrageous things. She’s the author of The Dating Manifesto: A Drama-Free Plan for Pursuing Marriage with Purpose (David C. Cook). Follow Lisa on Twitter @LisaCAnderson.