Winning at Being Single: Episode 447
Featured Musical Artist: Joshua Powell and the Great Train Robbery
Taking a Stand
Remember the whole, “Would you believe me if I said I was a 6’5” Asian woman” set-up? Yeah, we do, too. The responses were startling. And somewhat sobering. Truth is pretty squishy on today’s college campuses, but what about in the minds of Christian young adults? How about yours? You can’t assume your friends believe what you do, so when push comes to shove, can you stand by what you believe? Do you even know what you believe, and why? A panel of college students takes the test.
Singleness with Purpose
Guests: Cynthia Tobias,
Lina AbuJamra is a pediatric ER doctor and a radio host. Oh, and an author, blogger, ministry founder and evangelist. And she’s single. Lina would love to be married, but she’s fine with singleness until God shows her otherwise. She wants to live every minute of life to God’s glory, kinda like she describes in her book “Thrive: The Single Life as God Intended.” Her passion is seeing people worldwide (and especially in her native Middle East) come to know Jesus. In this interview, you’ll catch not only Lina’s enthusiasm for life but also a vision for living singleness to the fullest.
Waiting on a Widower
Guests: Candice Watters,
She’s befriended a young widower and definitely sees the potential for more. She’s stayed in contact with him and even sent gifts to his kids. Should she make a real move to speed up the process? Candice Watters offers advice.