February 21, 2019

Should Women Pursue?: Episode 577

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Ladies who will (or won’t) make the first move, plus Jamie Ivey on purity and resolutions, and a listener thinks a guy at church is leading her on.  

Music: James Peden

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The Boundless Show: Roundtable Segment
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Should Women Make the First Move?

25:17 – 

Diane asked a guy to swing on the park swings; they’ve now been married over 40 years. Laura admitted to her friend at church that she had feelings for him, and it almost backfired. Savannah has a policy that she never, ever makes the first move. What’s the most effective strategy here? How can ladies be available but not pushy? What is “appropriate” flirting, and how do you do it? Our panel gets real about if, when and how women should take the dating reins.

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The Boundless Show: Culture Segment
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Coffee Talk with Jamie Ivey

Guests: Jamie Ivey,

20:31 – 

Wild party girl, good church girl, pastor’s wife; if you can come up with a label, chances are Jamie Ivey has lived it and learned from it. Jamie is back this week to talk about the practicals of staying pure while dating, how her New Year’s resolutions are going, and what God has been teaching her lately. Grab some coffee and sit down for some real life talk with Jamie and Lisa. If you missed Jamie’s previous episode with us and you don’t know her incredible story, listen here.

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The Boundless Show: Inbox Segment
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All in My Head?

5:37 – 

She’s pretty sure a guy at church is leading her on. They talk at church every Sunday and he took her out to coffee once. But he made it clear that coffee wasn’t a date, and he doesn’t contact her throughout the week. What’s going on here? Is he leading her on or is she just crushing on him? Lisa Anderson offers some frank advice.

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