The Boundless Show with Lisa Anderson
December 13, 2018

Partridges and Singles: Episode 567

58:14 – 

A millennial’s guide to Christmas (part one), plus adulting must-dos, and a guy is falling for a former girlfriend’s little sister.

Music: Hollyn


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The Boundless Show: Roundtable Segment
Roundtable Segment

The 12 Days of a Millennial Christmas (Part 1)

20:18 – 

While talking about Christmas in our Boundless team meeting, we realized that every gift in “The 12 Days of Christmas” coincides with some issue or question we get from listeners this time of year. (Well, sort of. Some were a stretch.) We wrote them all out and then sat down to discuss the fun, painful, exciting and stressful parts of being a young adult during the holiday season (included: loneliness, breakups, engagements, charitable giving and getting rest).

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The Boundless Show: Culture Segment
Culture Segment

How to Adult Well

Guests: Jonathan Pokluda,

27:18 – 

Until a seemingly random but God-ordained trip to the lake changed his life, Jonathan (JP) Pokluda was basically screwing up young adulthood. With the help of Jesus, mentors and a fair amount of learning and re-learning, JP radically changed course and now pastors the Dallas campus of Watermark Church, known for the nation’s largest singles group: The Porch. JP shares mistakes he made, why he clings to God for wisdom in every decision, and how there’s hope for navigating young adulthood successfully — even if you got off to a rocky start.  

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The Boundless Show: Inbox Segment
Inbox Segment

I Like Your Little Sister

Guests: Jenny Coffey,

5:47 – 

This listener has feelings for his former girlfriend’s little sister. She’s quite a bit younger, and he’s not sure if pursuing her is appropriate. Should he wait? Ignore the feelings? What about his ex? Counselor Jenny Coffey weighs in.

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