“Adulting” is fun but difficult. The older I get, the more I realize that my parents were right about so many things. Proverbs 1:8 tells us to remember what our parents taught us — so that’s what we’re up to this week. Join Matt, Jake, Lisa and me as we reflect on lessons learned from our moms and dads, including various life hacks and money savers, the value of taking walks, quiet self-reflection and other practical advice.
How many times has a married person looked at you, sighed and said, “Marriage is good, but it’s hard”? Ted and Nancie Lowe don’t say that; in fact, they say marriage is easier than we think. They share their self-proclaimed “stupid” mindset going into marriage, what they wished they knew about marriage as single adults, and how practicing one certain virtue can change all of your relationships, whether you’re single, dating or married.
A listener was dating a great guy, but they broke up because of differences in several core values. Now he’s back in her life and she’s falling for him again, but isn’t sure how to determine if he’s budged in his beliefs. Should she ask him? Do they have a chance together? Lisa Anderson speaks her wisdom into the situation.