The Boundless Show with Lisa Anderson
July 18, 2019

Best Things About Being Married: Episode 598

54:31 – 

What’s great about married life, plus how to handle crisis situations, and figuring out the right time to define a relationship.

Featured musical artist: Vertical Church


Episode Segments

The Boundless Show: Roundtable Segment
Roundtable Segment

The Perks of Marriage

25:43 – 

Last week we talked about the single life and all the benefits we have as singles that married couples don’t get to enjoy. This time around, three marrieds will list the best things about married life. From having a built-in confidant and companion to being each other’s cheerleader to (well, duh) having sex, married couples experience their own perks. The grass isn’t necessarily greener, but our panelists share how with God at the center, marriage can be great.

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The Boundless Show: Culture Segment
Culture Segment

When the Sky Is (Almost) Falling

Guests: Dr. Norm Wright,

21:35 – 

Chicken Little may have been wrong, but in real life terrible things can and do happen. Dr. Norm Wright has been through terrorist attacks and the tragic deaths of loved ones. He’s counseled people after mass shootings and other violence and disasters. He explains the different ways people can choose to respond in crisis situations, and how dependence on God coupled with wise behavior and self-care will enable you to shoulder crisis and tragedy with confidence and grace.

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The Boundless Show: Inbox Segment
Inbox Segment

Companionship Confusion

4:09 – 

She’s a baby Christian who’s out with a guy she really likes, but all she can think about is the fact that he’s not really committing to whether they’re actually on a date or not. She’s wondering if she should ask him straight out if he’s interested in pursuing a relationship with her. Lisa has some words of advice.

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