November 10, 2016

Presidential Peace: Episode 458

50:31 – 

Moving forward after a difficult election, plus Randy Alcorn on the purity principles he taught his daughters, and are your married friends giving up on you?

Featured Musical Artist: All Sons & Daughters

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The Boundless Show: Roundtable Segment
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Trusting God for Your Nation’s Future

21:11 – 

It feels like we’ve been through a war in America. In one of the weirdest, meanest and most contested national elections in history, decisions have now been made that will shape the United States’ future. Whether or not your candidate won, God knew the outcome from the beginning. And we are called to move forward with hope. In addition to America’s president, many other offices and ballot measures were decided across the land. What do the results mean, and how do we interpret them heading into the next four years? Our panel prayerfully considers the implications.

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Principles for Purity

Guests: Randy Alcorn,

22:26 – 

Randy Alcorn is a pastor, author and theologian, but he’s also a dad. And when he walked his daughters through some advice on purity, we decided to eavesdrop. Summed up in The Purity Principle and this blog post, his insights are practical and concise. Listen in.

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When Friends Stop Praying

Guests: Lisa Anderson,

4:48 – 

She’s dated several men, but she feels like some sort of character issue has forced her to end each relationship. She gets the feeling that her friends don’t trust her decisions and are labeling her “too harsh” or “too picky.” They may have even stopped supporting and praying for her hope for marriage. What can she do? Lisa Anderson offers advice.

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