October 22, 2015

Faith Out Loud: Episode 403

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Faith in a fallen culture, plus Stephen Grabill lives out faith for the life of the world, and is there hope for a relationship after having sex?

Featured musical artist: SHINEBRIGHT

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The Boundless Show: Roundtable Segment
Roundtable Segment

Faith in the Real World

23:02 – 

We know from Scripture that Christians are called to live differently. But what does that look like within the pressures of everyday life? How are Christians called to not just put up with, but actually give life to the people around us? Whether in your job, your friendship circles or the places you spend your free time, you are called to be the fragrance of Christ and intentionally “push back the effects of the Fall.” Our panel gives ideas for doing this with passion and practical success.

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The Boundless Show: Culture Segment
Culture Segment

For the Life of the World

Guests: Stephen Grabill,

20:57 – 

Do you know what “oikonomia” means? Didn’t think so. You will after this segment with Dr. Stephen Grabill of the Acton Institute. As a co-creator of For the Life of the World, a dynamic DVD series for young adults, Stephen is excited about equipping our generation with tools to make a difference for Christ in every area of our lives, be it the arts, the economy, the family and more. Listen in as he gets fired up about what God can do in and through you.

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The Boundless Show: Inbox Segment
Inbox Segment

We Had Sex; What Now?

Guests: Candice Watters,

4:35 – 

Their relationship was sexual, but was that all there was to it? Wanting to pursue purity moving forward, our listeners are wondering if the relationship has any potential post-sex. Should they break it off or move forward? Candice Watters weighs in.

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