October 18, 2018

Unicorns, Bigfoot and Friendly Introverts: Episode 559

46:31 – 

How to be social when it doesn’t come naturally, plus Ed Stetzer on Spirit-led social media engagement, and adjusting to newlywed life.

Music: About A Mile

Download

Episode Segments

The Boundless Show: Roundtable Segment
Roundtable Segment

Being Social As an Introvert

18:14 – 

Some people think they’re a myth, like unicorns or Bigfoot — but the truth is, friendly and outgoing introverts are real. How do they do it? Where’s the balance between “pushing yourself” to be social but also giving yourself space? What do extroverts need to know about friendship with introverts? Join Lisa and a few of our introverted friends as they show the world how uniquely relational introverts really are.

Download Segment

The Boundless Show: Culture Segment
Culture Segment

Engage Without Outrage

Guests: Ed Stetzer,

20:45 – 

With news of another political controversy, Ed Stetzer posted an encouraging article meant to energize and spur his fellow Christians toward faith. But within a few hours, even his article was the target of angry commenters. It’s becoming increasingly tough to engage on current issues without making people upset. Is there a healthy way to do it? Ed Stetzer says there is, and it doesn’t involve unfriending and unfollowing everyone who disagrees with you. He gives us great examples and tactics for keeping the conversation going while sparing our sanity in the process.

Download Segment

The Boundless Show: Inbox Segment
Inbox Segment

More Than Roommates

Guests: Glenn Lutjens,

4:47 – 

Ever wonder if the transition to married life is difficult? What are the unique challenges of learning to live with a spouse? Are there things you can do as a single person to prepare more for that transition? A listener asked the question, and counselor Glenn Lutjens answers.

Download Segment

Listen on the Air

iTunes Review

Contact the Show

Have a question about relationships, life or faith you'd like answered on the show? We'd love to hear from you!

Contact Us »

Leave a Review on iTunes