Girls on being friends with guys, plus finding stability in a transient world, and when your personality interferes with dating.
Featured musical artist: David Dunn
Roundtable: Being Friends with Guys
Having friends of the opposite gender can be a lot of fun, but without healthy boundaries and respect, things will quickly get weird. We brought in a panel of girls (heads-up: next week is the guys’ turn) who describe what it’s like to be friends with guys their age. They’ll address expectations, appropriate attitudes and behaviors, ways to avoid the awkward “friend zone” and more.
Culture: Growing Roots (Part 1)
We’ve all heard the myth, “The grass is greener on the other side.” We laugh, but if we’re honest, we’ve all believed it in some way. But what if true joy and fulfillment comes in being content where God has put us today? In part one of our conversation, Pastor Daniel Grothe shows us that our futures aren’t necessarily somewhere else, how he’s found joy in the here and now, and why many church saints throughout history were effective by simply staying put.
Inbox: Is Being Type A a Dating Downfall?
She’s been told by past boyfriends that the traits which make her good at her job — specifically her ability to problem solve and having a stubborn streak — make her bad at dating. Is a personality overhaul in order? Counselor Geremy Keeton weighs in.
LINKS: Fierce Women
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