For some, childhood was misery because every day they had to face their bullies. Fast forward to adulthood, and members of our panel are still dealing with the fallout. The physical and emotional scars they bear still impact how they see themselves and interact with others. Fortunately, through Christ, our guests were able to find freedom from their bullies — but the road was far from easy. Their stories plus expert advice from a professional counselor help us all process our pasts in this powerful Boundless roundtable.
Guests: Tim Goeglein,
Tim Goeglein works in Washington, D.C. as Vice President of External Relations and Government Affairs for Focus on the Family. Over the years, Tim has seen leaders rise and fall, agendas fade, and communities crumble. He’s found that to bring healing to America and other places around the world, some major restoration has to take place. An “old soul” and lover of history and statesmanship, he has ideas for how we can restore civility, the concept of the gentleman, a sense of community and more. He also shows us the opportunities Christians have to be salt and light in the process.
She’s in a brand-new relationship and it’s going great. But our listener is facing one major problem: She’s thinking about her new guy all. day. long. She’s super busy with work and school, but finding it really hard to focus — so she’s sending up an S.O.S. Thankfully, Lisa’s here to answer the call.