January 13, 2011

Unshaken: Episode 155

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The purpose of trials, plus an interview with Haiti quake survivor Dan Woolley and a question about waiting for a guy’s faith.


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The Boundless Show: Roundtable Segment
Roundtable Segment

Pain and Purpose

35:01 – 

When it comes to suffering, we rarely think of young adults. After all, we have our whole lives ahead of us, and everything’s rosy, right? But the fact is, suffering has access to everyone, and this week’s panel of Millennials and Xers is no exception. Between us, we’ve dealt with divorce, abandonment, abuse, chronic illness, tragedy, relationship failures, and death. We’ve seen a lot. But more importantly, we’ve seen God work in it all. And that’s what we share with you. As one panelist says, “[God] is very economical … He never wastes any single experience you go through.”

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The Boundless Show: Culture Segment
Culture Segment

Miracle at the Hotel Montana

27:22 – 

We remember our collective feeling of elation as Compassion employee Dan Woolley was rescued from Haiti’s Hotel Montana more than two days after being trapped there in the historic earthquake of Jan. 12, 2010. Dan’s with me in the studio one year later to relive the events of those dark days, and provide perspective on where he is now after losing a colleague, reuniting with his family, and coming to grips with the fact that he still has a mission here on earth. (Read an excerpt from his book, Unshaken.

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The Boundless Show: Inbox Segment
Inbox Segment

Should I Wait For Him?

Guests: Candice Watters,

5:49 – 

She thinks God told her she’ll marry him. The problem is, he’s not a Christian. Should she wait for his faith to materialize, or is she wasting her time? Candice is back with some great guidance for understanding God’s will when it involves things that have not yet come to pass.

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