Lisa Anderson is the director of Boundless and young adults at Focus on the Family, and hosts The Boundless Show 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.
Abby DeBenedittis is the editor and project manager for Boundless at Focus on the Family. After graduating from Geneva College, she worked for a Christian publishing house, editing primarily Christian Living books. She likes to read and write about how faith in Jesus Christ influences and transforms ordinary life and the mundane. A fan of Colorado’s 300 days of sun, she’s often out chilling in a hammock or hiking, and on the cold, snowy days, she’s usually playing five-hour-long board games or drinking London Fogs at a local coffee shop. And she might listen to her favorite songs on repeat … unashamedly.
Kathryn Eutsler spills an absurd amount of coffee and can be very awkward, so she’s very grateful for stain remover and Jesus’ grace for misfits. She’s the producer of and occasional guest on “The Boundless Show,” a national radio program and podcast. Before coming to Focus on the Family, she grew up in Joplin, Missouri, graduated from Missouri State University, and worked a variety of radio jobs, including being a news producer for an NPR affiliate and a storm chaser. Outside of work, she explores lakes, goes fishing, runs, visits family, and listens to podcasts — including “This American Life.” She also loves wearing cowboy boots and eating chicken-flavored crackers, two things Lisa Anderson thinks are “highly questionable.” Follow Kathryn on Twitter @kathryneutsler.
Roundtable Guest on The Boundless Show
Jake Roberson (@jake_roberson) likes Salsa Verde Doritos. He also loves his wife and four children … just as long as they don’t eat his Doritos. He has several books to his name and he has been assured that his library card will be reinstated just as soon as he returns the books and pays the fine. In moments when he can be taken seriously, Jake will tell you that he loves Jesus, adores his wife and kids — even if they eat his Doritos — and really enjoys writing about most any topic that interests him.