There are a lot of challenges that come with being single, but there are some awesome benefits, too. Our panelists Kyle, Christina and Ryan discuss some great things singles experience that married people or couples with kids don’t get to enjoy. They talk through the unique freedoms around money, time, ministry, personal growth and other areas that singles should take advantage of while we can.
Guests: Michele Howe,
Maybe you’ve seen your parents do it for your grandparents — help them age gracefully and even care for them as they became increasingly unable to care for themselves. Aging isn’t easy, and according to 1 Timothy 5, it’s the responsibility of adult children to care for their parents. But what does this look like realistically, and whether or not your parents are in great health now, what do you do to love them well and prepare for the future? Michele Howe and Lisa share plenty of practical tips for singles who want to do their part to care for their parents now and in the future.
With just a couple of clicks or taps we can easily find our church’s Sunday service, and we can listen to our favorite church podcasts anytime, anywhere. That’s why a listener wants to know if it’s OK to skip church sometimes without feeling guilty. After all, she’s still fitting in a message and worship, right? Lisa has a few thoughts on that.