A discussion on how we give and receive love, plus Dr. Gary Chapman on the five love languages and singles, and a question about hearing the words “I love you.”
Featured musical artist: North Point Music
It may seem weird for singles to discuss love, but the fact is, everyone needs love, and everyone needs to love. That said, how can we do it appropriately and in a way that is life-giving for each unique individual? Using the five love languages as a blueprint, our panel discusses how we feel most loved and what this means for our relationships.
Guests: Gary Chapman,
Dr. Gary Chapman is known for crafting the five love languages. Now in The Five Love Languages: Singles Edition, he makes it applicable to those of us who may not be romantically involved, but still need to grow in our understanding and application of godly love. Hear him unpack how to find your love language and then use it to build others up and glorify God.
Guests: Jared Pingleton,
Some would say that hearing the words “I love you” from a boyfriend or girlfriend is the best thing that could ever happen to them. But if you’re not on the same page as the person declaring their love, things can get uncomfortable. This week’s question relies on counselor Dr. Jared Pingleton for a straightforward answer that provides guidance and compassion for a tricky situation.