July 16, 2015

Live From Pursuit 2015!: Episode 389

40:40 – 

A balanced view of singleness and marriage, plus Jim Downing on 100 years of following Christ, and is it possible to stay friends with your ex’s family?

Featured musical artist: Jimmy Needham

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The Boundless Show: Roundtable Segment
Roundtable Segment

Seek First the Kingdom

16:22 – 

Marriage is a good thing. But so is the life you’re living right now. How do we balance a healthy perspective of both? Is it possible to think about marriage too much, even making it an idol? If we “seek first the kingdom,” will marriage truly be “added to us”? Our panel, taping live at Pursuit 2015, gets down to the nitty gritty on this topic.

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The Boundless Show: Culture Segment
Culture Segment

101 Years of Life Lessons

Guests: Jim Downing,

17:15 – 

He’s one of the oldest living survivors of Pearl Harbor. He’s the oldest living member of The Navigators. He attended this year’s State of the Union address. Jim Downing is a living legend. But more than that, he’s a man who, at almost 102 years old, is committed to glorifying God as long as he’s allowed to live on this earth. What lessons does he have for us? Listen in as this man shares his hopes for a legacy of faith and freedom.

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The Boundless Show: Inbox Segment
Inbox Segment

(Ex) Family Ties

Guests: Diane Mhoon,

4:03 – 

Is it possible to stay friends with your ex’s family, or is that weird and/or unhealthy? What if they’re still in your social circles? What if you just really like them? Counselor Diane Mhoon offers advice.

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