Lisa has made two of her roommates cry. Jake had to adjust to living with a girl (after he married her). Kathryn uncovered roommate drama by accidentally eavesdropping, and Matt figured out how to let his roommates become his best friends. Life with roommates is never dull. It trains us in conflict, communication, selflessness — and is great preparation for marriage. Join us as we hash out living life with others.
Guests: Kim Meeder,
As a child, Kim Meeder lived through the grisly deaths of her parents. Determined to run away from life itself, Kim was brought back by a loving grandmother who took her in. She also gifted Kim a horse, hoping it would bring her comfort, freedom and a sense of responsibility. Her relationship with that horse became a passion that led her to her calling. Kim and her husband now run a ranch that uses horses to minister to abused and neglected children, and the journey of trusting God through it all is nothing short of miraculous.
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Guests: Glenn Lutjens,
She was doing OK with her most recent breakup, until her former boyfriend blocked her on all forms of social media. Ouch. What are the best ways she can start healing from the loss of not only a relationship, but a friendship? And how does she find the motivation to get back in the dating game after that kind of rejection? Glenn Lutjens offers advice.