The Boundless Show with Lisa Anderson
August 16, 2018

God’s Purpose for Singles: Episode 550

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Solutions to the loneliness epidemic, plus Dr. Tony Evans on maximizing your singleness, and a listener admits he’s leading girls on.

Music: Je’kob


Episode Segments

The Boundless Show: Roundtable Segment
Roundtable Segment

Are You Lonely?

21:42 – 

Apparently, many of us are lonely. Even worse, we feel alone in our loneliness. What’s the solution? Our panel gets honest about loneliness, talks about why marriage won’t magically fix the problem, and offers practical ways to live in the truth that God sees you and is with you and ways to move forward to build meaningful relationships with others.

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The Boundless Show: Culture Segment
Culture Segment

Life as a Kingdom Single (Part 1)

Guests: Tony Evans,

19:44 – 

Sitting alone at church. Scrolling through Facebook. Watching everyone squeal over a friend’s new diamond ring. Sometimes, it seems like every situation is a reminder of your single status. But is that a bad thing? Not according to Dr. Tony Evans. As a pastor, he has the privilege of counseling hundreds of singles with scriptural truth about the challenges and privileges of living single. He believes God has uniquely blessed and equipped the unmarried in ways we often overlook. Want to be encouraged and empowered with where God has you as a single adult today? Listen in as Lisa talks to Tony about spiritual authority, completeness, and why being single may be the best thing for you right now.

Donate a gift of any amount to Boundless and get Dr. Tony Evans’ book “Kingdom Single: Complete and Fully Free”

More with Lisa Anderson and Dr. Tony Evans

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The Boundless Show: Inbox Segment
Inbox Segment

Am I Too Friendly?

Guests: Joshua Rogers,

4:51 – 

He’s a single guy with a lot of friends who are girls. The problem is, he keeps “accidentally” leading them on. How can he be friends with them but still be careful with their hearts? Is that even possible? The uncompromisingly honest and always wise Joshua Rogers answers this one.

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