We get it. It’s hard to give God 10 percent of your paycheck if you’re underpaid, still drowning in student loans, trying to plan a wedding, or just generally struggling as a young adult. But do you realize that not acknowledging God with your finances is the same as stealing from your Creator? Lisa’s pastor recently gave a sermon on this, so she invited him, plus a millennial who gives faithfully and a woman who literally lets people shop from her pantry, to talk about how we can be generous even when we don’t think we can afford to be.
Guests: Ken Sande,
When we say “tense relationship,” what pops into your mind? A passive aggressive roommate? A co-worker who bullies you? A sibling who always tries to one-up you? Ken Sande has literally devoted his life to making peace in everyday conflict, especially in Christian circles. Lisa gets real about her relationship issues and asks even the embarrassing questions (“What if someone just annoys you?”) about navigating conflict healthily and biblically.
She’s always wanted to get married. And now, at age 32, she’s finally found the guy who could be “it.” They’re talking about marriage, but deep in her heart she feels sad to leave the single life. What’s her problem? Is that normal? Or is this a sign that she should stay single? Lisa Anderson offers some frank advice.