New Life Live: June 18, 2015

Topics: Adult Children, Church Life, Marriage, Affairs, Boundaries, Reconnect
Hosts: Steve Arterburn, Dr. Sheri Keffer, Milan Yerkovich

Caller Questions:

  1. How do I help my adult son who is obsessed with conspiracy theories?
  2. My pastor says I will not go to heaven if I do not go to church, but the hard pews are uncomfortable with my disabilities.
  3. How do I encourage my 28yo adulterous daughter to hold onto her marriage?
  4. Is it time to leave my defensive husband of 37yrs who blames me for everything?
  5. How do I restore the strained relationship with my 40yo daughter?

Suggested Resources:
Healing Is a Choice
When You Love Too Much
How We Love

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2018-01-26T06:20:21+00:00

4 Comments

  1. Pamela June 19, 2015 at 10:19 am - Reply

    I really have to comment on this one because I get so tired of hearing about Pastor’s and Churches that are mis-leading their flock and throwing out wrong doctrine. It’s so sad and it’s why people get hurt and leave the Church. I also have a problem though with Christians who don’t read their Word (the Bible) and study and know for themselves what it says. why are you relying on what a man tells you. God gave us His Word. We need to know who we are in Christ and grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. That man should have been able to ask that Pastor, ok, I’d like you to show me where it says that I will not go to heaven if I don’t come to Church. People please “Study your Bible” (2Timothy 2:15) Thank you New Life for helping people like Ray.

    • Pat June 21, 2015 at 1:03 am - Reply

      I agree. That is similar to the sales person making you afraid to not use his products. Perhaps there are more sheep in the church than eagles. I am very tired after working all week and do not want to go to church. I watch the best church services on TV-Joel Osteen and Charles Stanley, every Sunday.

  2. Kathleen June 23, 2015 at 12:02 pm - Reply

    Regarding the last caller: I simply cannot understand why we should enable people in their erroneous thoughts and behavior. To apologize for hurting someone you did not hurt. TOTALLY BAFFLING AND UNSCRIPTUAL!!!! I do not agree with your advise on this one.

  3. Kathleen June 23, 2015 at 12:04 pm - Reply

    Steve automatically judged the woman and told her that she should say that she was judgmental in her new faith and she should apologize for it. Steve, you should not presume to know what someone did or did not do.

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