June 13, 2019

Growing Up in America: Episode 593

53:17 – 

What it’s like to grow up in the U.S.A., plus addressing our fears with the gospel, and guarding your heart from falling for a non-Christian.

Featured musical artist: Aaron Strumpel

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The Boundless Show: Roundtable Segment
Roundtable Segment

Born (or Raised) in the U.S.A.

22:08 – 

Growing up in America is a unique experience. Jared’s military career helped him see that as he traveled to the Middle East. Derick grew up in the U.S. as part of Native American and Hispanic communities. Tami was born in a mud hut in a remote African village, then adopted by missionaries and brought to the States when she was nine. Our panel discusses some of the best and most interesting things about growing up in a country that’s a melting pot of cultures and opportunities.

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The Boundless Show: Culture Segment
Culture Segment

Frozen With Fear

23:20 – 

Imagine growing up on the set of “Saturday Night Live” as your famous mom worked with stars like Adam Sandler and Dana Carvey. You’d have it made, right? Poor Scarlet didn’t think so; most of the time she was paralyzed by fears of just about everything. As an adult, some of those fears came true, but by then God was the center of her life and she was able to face her fears with the power of the gospel and God’s Word. Scarlet Hiltibidal chats about finding peace through a tornado, cancer scare, adoption and many other things life has thrown her way.

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The Boundless Show: Inbox Segment
Inbox Segment

Head Over Heart

Guests: Rob Jackson,

5:10 – 

She’s been talking a lot with a divorced older man who has walked away from the Lord. She loves the attention and has met up with him a couple of times, but she’s worried about letting her guard down and falling for him. Counselor Rob Jackson has some sage advice.

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