July 26, 2018

What the (Bleep)?: Episode 547

53:48 – 

Cussing and Christianity, plus Lee Strobel on sharing Jesus in everyday life, and a listener asks when to tell a date about her chronic illness.

Music: Daniel Bashta

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Is Cussing OK for Christians?

21:32 – 

Some Christians fall in the “I love Jesus, but I cuss a little” camp; others won’t say “darn” without questioning their salvation. Where’s the line between being too loose with our words, and being legalistic? After all, Romans 10:9 doesn’t say, “If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord, and never say a cuss word … you will be saved.” But Ephesians 4:29 says “no corrupting talk” should come out of our mouths. So … does God care? Join Matt, Jake, Lisa and me as we hash out this tough topic.

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The Evangelism Adventure

Guests: Lee Strobel,

24:17 – 

Lee Strobel (of “The Case for Christ” fame) once accidentally led a guy to the Lord. Seriously. That’s just one of his several cool and inspiring stories about sharing Jesus in everyday life. Listen as Lee demystifies talking about your faith by offering practical ways to reach out to others, proving that following Jesus and making disciples can be the best kind of adventure.

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I’m Sick — Want to Date Me?

4:54 – 

A listener has a chronic illness and just started dating a guy. Should she tell him right away about her issue so he knows what he’s getting himself into? Or should she wait until she’s more sure about the relationship? Author Chelsea Patterson Sobolik went through this when she was dating her husband, making her the perfect person to offer advice.

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