A newlywed couple shares stories from both sides of the wedding ring, plus an interview with marriage expert Paul Tripp and a question on dealing with Dad in a courtship. Featured musical artist: Sara Groves
Michael and Leah Pratt arrived at our campus in matching Life Is Good® wedding t-shirts. The newlyweds joined the growing number of those who are including a visit to the Boundless studio and offices as a part of their honeymoon plans, so what better thing to do than put them in front of mics and have them tell their story? They share how as 30-somethings they met, navigated a long-distance courtship, got engaged and saved their first kiss for their wedding day. Join us in a collective “Awwww!” as we celebrate Michael and Leah’s new life together.
Guests: Paul David Tripp,
Paul Tripp doesn’t mince words. He’s convinced that we each shrink our world to fit our own story and selfish desires. Nowhere is this more evident than in marriage. I had the chance to pick Paul’s brain on everything from a theology of marriage to the church’s role in elevating it to what it looks like to truly die to self. Join me in learning from this pastor, professor, public speaker and author of numerous books including What Did You Expect?: Redeeming the Realities of Marriage.