How to date across cultures, plus Glenn Stanton on the myth of the dying church, and making life and relationship choices in the face of burnout.
Featured musical artist: Love and the Outcome
Additional Resourcee: Discovering Rest in a Busy World, Excellent Self-Care Requires Finding A Healthy Balance
It’s easy to stay in your comfort zone when dating, but what happens if you try dating or pursuing a relationship outside of your culture? Our diverse panel talks with Lisa about their experiences. Of course they’re not representing the entirety of their races, but they give some great insights about their cultures’ various traditions and expectations, plus some of the surprises they faced when dating people from other backgrounds.
Guests: Glenn Stanton,
Many researchers will tell you that the evangelical church is losing members in droves — and that the majority of those leaving are young adults. But Focus on the Family’s Glenn Stanton says that’s not quite the whole truth. While there are some denominations that are dwindling rapidly, they’re generally the churches that have become slaves to culture and abandoned biblical orthodoxy. Glenn shares some surprising discoveries about what right with today’s church, and how millennials are part of a movement toward church growth, not decline.
Guests: Christina Chismar,
She’s totally burned out after starting her doctorate degree, and isn’t sure she should continue with it. Her studies have kept her from going after many things including marriage and a family; in fact, she hasn’t even gone on a first date. Counselor Christina Chismar has some advice on whether our listener should give up her studies for a social life.