January 12, 2012

Mark and Grace Driscoll Get Real: Episode 206

1:05:44 – 

A “Bachelor” fascination, plus Mark and Grace Driscoll on marriage, and a question about infatuation. Featured musical artist: Andrew Greer


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The Boundless Show: Roundtable Segment
Roundtable Segment

The Bachelor On Trial

23:14 – 

Everyone’s buzzing about this season of The Bachelor. Is it harmless fun, a waste of time or something worse? Since it’s essentially a study of the modern dating game, we felt it was worth dissecting. Join our panel in examining the good, bad and ugly in ABC’s top-rated reality love-fest. Oh, and there’s a little bit of Bronco love on the front end, because hey, they’re still in the playoffs!

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The Boundless Show: Culture Segment
Culture Segment

Marriage Is Messy

30:33 – 

Mark and Grace Driscoll’s marriage should be a bad statistic, but by the grace of God, it’s not. They’re still together and doing better than ever as they take life and love one day at a time. They’re also not afraid to share their journey in hopes of helping other couples avoid the mistakes they made, and their new book Real Marriage reflects much of their story. We talk about some of it here as Mark and Grace unpack themes like friendship, men in marriage, respect, the effects of abuse and other important lessons. Here’s a picture of us during the interview. I’ll have more once I bully Dave into downloading them off his camera.

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The Boundless Show: Inbox Segment
Inbox Segment

Infatuation Warning

Guests: Candice Watters,

8:20 – 

She knows she’s infatuated: sitting on Facebook staring dreamily at guys’ profiles or making up details about men she’s never met certainly fits the description. But she’s not sure what to do about it. Candice is in the hot seat with advice to help this dreamer get a grip on reality.

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