November 9, 2017

Is TV Tripping You Up?: Episode 510

52:54 – 

TV and your Christian witness, plus a man who used to think hating Muslims was justified, and a counselor helps a listener tell if her date’s being honest.

Featured musical artist: Aaron Shust

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The Boundless Show: Roundtable Segment
Roundtable Segment

Justifying Your TV Habit

24:29 – 

Let’s be honest. To the rest of the world, Christians can sometimes look like prudes. Should we combat this by staying up to date with pop culture, including the latest TV shows? Where’s the line between being overly conservative and guarding our minds? Our panel talks about their favorite shows (Lisa only judges them slightly) and how we can achieve a healthy balance between entertainment and spiritual edification.

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The Boundless Show: Culture Segment
Culture Segment

Yes, Even Them

Guests: John Murphy,

22:54 – 

After his parachute failed him on a practice jump and some of his buddies died in combat, army infantryman John Murphy was left with a broken back, a struggling marriage, and a growing hatred for anyone from the Middle East. As he started getting closer to God, he realized that he believed racism against Muslims was not only acceptable, but justified. He shares how he learned, through Jesus, how we can love everyone — even those who may seem like our enemies.

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The Boundless Show: Inbox Segment
Inbox Segment

Signs of Honesty

Guests: Glenn Lutjens,

3:21 – 

He carries a Bible and seems like a great guy, but in the back of your mind you can’t help but wonder if he’s actually being honest with you. What if you don’t realize he’s hiding something, marry him, and discover you fell for a lie? How can you avoid that? Licensed counselor Glenn Lutjens gives you some signs to look for while dating.

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