We Christians love people — as long as you don’t bug us, cross us, make us uncomfortable or weary us. If you’re a fellow Christian, our fuse with you is shorter, so be warned. For all the talk of unity in the Bible, Christians seem to have difficulty making it happen. Dealing with the fallout of pride, envy, bitterness and other conflict inducers is an exhausting and full-time job. How can we learn to live in grace with one another? How do we die to self and truly put others above ourselves? What would it look like if Christians really walked in humility? We discuss this and more in this week’s roundtable.
Let Love Win
Guests: The Museum,
If you’ve listened closely to our show’s music over the years, you’ve probably caught some tunes by a group called The Museum. Once an exclusively indie band, The Museum recently recorded their first studio album called Let Love Win. While in Colorado Springs, they stopped by Boundless to update us on life on the road, connecting with music and their efforts with Not for Sale. They even perform one of their songs live for us!
Guests: Candice Watters,
Baby Christians, that is. There are some great guys in this listener’s church, but many of them are new believers. Should she be open to dating them, or should she hold out for someone more mature? Candice weighs in with what’s most important when evaluating a guy’s faith and any long-term potential.