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A community for young adults who want own their faith, relationships, and adulthood. Our goal is to mature young adults in Christ as the foundation for life while providing an inspiring and refreshingly real online community in which to share the journey.

Through our website, blog, podcast, weekly e-newsletter, guides to marrying well and DTR assessment, we provide advice and encouragement on everything from dating and relationships to faith, culture, career, worldview and more. A few more ways you can connect with us: Signup for our awesome e-newsletter: http://bit.ly/1zM9EZX YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/boundlessvid Twitter https://twitter.com/BoundlessTeam Instagram http://instagram.com/boundlessteam Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/boundlessteam/ Consider supporting the ministry: https://focusonthefamily.webconnex.com/boundless

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Why doesn't he act more crazy about me?

He is a good man, and I don’t want to keep the door closed on this possibility if there’s no reason to, but I can’t help feeling that something’s missing. I know that men are more logical and not as emotion-focused as women, but shouldn’t there still be a degree of “I’m crazy about this girl” in the heart of a man who wants to pursue marriage with a particular woman?

boundless.org Shouldn't there be a degree of "I'm crazy about this girl" in the heart of a man who wants to pursue marriage with a particular woman?

Our view of the city quickly became obscured by the giant grey cloud, and the deep cries around me soon formed themselves into words. “Oh God, oh God, oh God …”⁠

I couldn’t honestly say where God was then, as I stood on the Promenade. I don’t expect I’ll ever have an answer for people who ask, “How could He allow this to happen?”⁠

The only thing I can say for certain is that I have seen Him, in other places, not far from this event … in the hundreds of people who lined up to donate blood, so many that the hospitals were overwhelmed … in the people who offered to drive strangers to donation centers … in the people who stood at the east end of the Brooklyn Bridge and offered water to the throngs escaping the smoke in Manhattan … in the man who stood outside his apartment and handed out surgical masks to everyone passing by … in the churches that stayed open all night for prayer. I even saw Him on the evening news, in the more than 300 estimated firemen, policemen, and medical personnel who lost their lives to save others.⁠

From the article, "September 11, 2001"⁠

#NeverForget

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September 11, 2001

This article was written two days after September 11, 2001. The author, Ethan Campbell, was in New York at the time. He shares his experience and deals with the question we all ask in such tragedies, "Where is God in this?"

#NeverForget

boundless.org I saw the towers crumbling and people running. And in the midst of the horror, I saw God.

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Counseling Services and Referrals

Boundless is a ministry of Focus on the Family, which offers a one-time complimentary consultation from a Christian perspective. To reach Focus on the Family’s counseling service by phone, call 1-855-771-HELP (4357) weekdays 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. (Mountain Time). Please be prepared to leave your contact information for a counselor to return a call to you as soon as possible. The consultation is available at no cost to you. You may also reach our counselors online by filling out our Counseling Consultation Request Form.

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Roommate or No Roommate?: Episode 658 - Boundless

The pros and cons of having a roommate or living by yourself, plus using your personality to share your faith, and feeling invisible at church.

boundless.org The pros and cons of having a roommate or living by yourself, plus using your personality to share your faith, and feeling invisible at church.

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After the Fact: Healing from a Friend’s Suicide

#SuicidePreventionMonth

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255

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The God Who Cries With Us

Reading the account of Jesus’ conversation with Martha, it is clear she was trying so hard to trust despite knowing that the One who could have stopped her brother’s death didn’t.

Jesus didn’t discourage her tears. He didn’t insist that if she truly had faith she wouldn’t question His late arrival. When He saw more mourners at the grave, He didn’t tell them to stop their wailing and crying. He didn’t point out their lack of faith or lecture them about how this moment in their lives would pale in comparison with eternity.

boundless.org The shortest verse in the Bible is also one of the most earthshaking: “Jesus wept.”

I am here, waiting again with open hands, open heart; a bud still in transition, longing for the rays and moisture of prayers, of Holy Spirit whispers, of relationship and life to open my petals, slowly, one at a time. So I wait, not in an attitude of complaint, but a posture of active stillness.⁠

From today's blog post, "Your Turn: The Tension of Transition"⁠

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Your Turn: The Tension of Transition

In this past year, the year that has been marked as containing the most change thus far, I have made a concerted effort to live in the present, to be aware of and thankful for this moment, right now. A paradox of sorts, but it takes the edge off, the pressure off of constantly looking to the hypothetical to direct my steps.

boundless.org Often, in the midst of transition, so much energy is spent on planning, trying to be responsible, seeking and obtaining security for what is to come that we miss what is now.

Instead of trying to win God’s favor with evangelistic work or neglecting the whole gospel, we can work with the whole gospel in view, which recreates souls and societies (Isaiah 61 cf. Luke 4:18-19)

From today's article, "How Should We Then Work?"

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How Should We Then Work?

The Gospel is not merely for soul-conversion but also for life, culture and city transformation. Jesus came to set the spiritual prisoner free as well as heal the physical paralytic. The announcement of Jesus’ arrival in Isaiah 61 prophesied that He would bring a Gospel for the poor, the broken-hearted, for the repair of cities and the renewal of vineyards. If we are to be truly evangelistic in our work, we will need to take into account the whole person and the whole of society, working with empathy, excellence and ethics.

boundless.org How can we integrate our faith with what we do with most of our waking hours: work?

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Christians and the 2020 Election (Part 2): Episode 657

Have you listened to this week's episode of The Boundless Show yet?

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3 Reasons Why We Should Still Talk About Abortion

#LoveEveryHeartbeat

boundless.org Do something. Tell the world that every life – born, unborn, mother, father, child – matters. Then show them that they matter to you.

So eating a pack of Oreos won't help my anxiety...?

Do you need to let go?

From the article, "Free Your Enemy"⁠

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Free Your Enemy

It takes so much energy to be — and stay — angry. Unlike love, rage seems to contract our world rather than expand it. Instead of being able to care for the self and others — to live creatively and constructively in the world — anger keeps us tied to our enemy. It’s a sad irony when the person from the past we want most to escape begins to define us.

boundless.org Though often cheesy, some church signs include profound truths. This one included profound truth.

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Boundless Round Table 2020 0806 PART2

What concerns about the upcoming election do you have? Let us know in the comments.

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Maybe I’m not fine, but we’re all going through different struggles. Why should I talk about my suffering like it’s something special? Isn’t that what Job did? Every Christian is suffering. I should just suck it up, look on the bright side of things, rest in faith and know everything will work out for good.⁠

That’s how we think as believers, but is that how God wants us to respond to our suffering and struggles in life?⁠

From the blog post, "You’re Not Alone Because We’re All Hurting Inside"⁠

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Christians and the 2020 Election (Part 2): Episode 657

More on how Christians should approach the 2020 election, plus getting rid of toxic thoughts with Jennie Allen, and feeling trapped into marrying someone.

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Focus on the Family

#LoveEveryHeartbeat

"Who counts as one of us?"

In this Focus on the Family Broadcast clip, Scott Klusendorf (author of The Case for Life) defends preborn children as he explores the question of what makes us equal.

Sign the Pledge to #LoveEveryHeartbeat: https://bit.ly/2QqCjS2

#SeeLife2020 #ProLife

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You're Not Alone Because We're All Hurting Inside

When you’re suffering, do you suffer alone or do you remember that your family of believers all over the world are going through the same kind of suffering you are? Do you open up to other believers and share how you’re feeling and ask them to pray for you? Or are you suffering alone and trying to make it through on your own?

boundless.org Is there a hidden part of your life that no one — not even your best friend or trusted family member — knows about? Do you say, "I'm fine," but you're not?

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Every generation has its own distinctives. And yet Scripture charges us to think about communication as an individual thing and consider how our words (and punctuation) are coming across to others.⁠

From the post, "Is Your Punctuation Sending the Wrong Message?" ⁠

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Is Your Punctuation Sending the Wrong Message?

Every generation has its own distinctives. And yet Scripture charges us to think about communication as an individual thing and consider how our words (and punctuation) are coming across to others.

boundless.org How do you adapt your writing when communicating to different audiences, especially different generations?

Devotional reading differs from doctrinal reading in that we’re not looking for answers to controversial theological questions, but rather for insight into the ways of God with women and men.

From the article, "Fanning the Embers of Faith Into Flame"

Chaplain Lessons: How to Listen

How we can offer the gift of listening to those around us.

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Fanning the Embers of Faith Into Flames

Every Christian needs other Christians to point out new possibilities of faith and growth. None of us is so advanced as to be a self-sufficient “spiritual machine” that has a monopoly on our understanding of the Christian life. When I read the classics, I’m challenged by the fire and holy passion burning in the souls of men and women who ached to know God as intimately as He can be known.

boundless.org When I read the classics, I’m challenged by the fire and holy passion burning in the souls of men and women who ached to know God as intimately as He can be known.

We will mourn our youth, our loved ones, our dreams. And then we will be asked to just let go.⁠

I have to move on to the next season that God has called me into. I trust that He knows what He is doing.⁠

From the post, "Requiem to My Twenties"⁠

Heh, I see what they did there...

#LoveEveryHeartbeat

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Boundless Round Table Part1 2020-0806

Do you have angst regarding the upcoming election?

We do and we talk about it here.

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Requiem to My Twenties

As the familiar notes of sorrow and triumph unravel like satin ribbons on a gift and collapse on the floor like those discarded on Christmas Day, I know I will cry. Perhaps I will cry for the close of my 20s, but only just a little. I know that most of my tears will fall because the musical score God is composing for my life is filled with notes of faithfulness and creativity and kindness and unending love.

boundless.org The years are not lost. They've only been let go.

Lessons I Learned as a Chaplain Intern: Intro

Earlier this year I had the opportunity to be a hospital chaplain intern. I learned a lot from the experience and wanted to share some of those lessons with you!

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Christians and the 2020 Election (Part 1): Episode 657

How Christians should approach the 2020 election (video below), plus rejecting the lies of self-love with Allie Beth Stuckey, and is disagreement on pandemic mandates a relationship dealbreaker?

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Focus on the Family

#LoveEveryHeartbeat

Claire met her birth mother many years ago. It was during this meeting that found out she survived the abortion that took the life of her twin brother. She shares the hope and redemption that Jesus offers through forgiveness.

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1409 Palmer Park Blvd
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Elle Est Forte- She is Strong. Gathering/informational page for the Women's Ministry of First Southern Baptist Church, Colorado Springs CO.

Breathe Church Breathe Church
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Colorado Springs, 80917

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Biblica Biblica
Colorado Springs

We provide the Bible in accurate, contemporary translations and formats so that more people around the world will have the opportunity to be transformed by Jesus Christ.

Iglesia Palabra Viva y Eficaz Iglesia Palabra Viva y Eficaz
3950 N Academy Blvd.
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Somos una iglesia con la vision de rescatar al perdido, restaurar familias y levantar generaciones apasionadas por Dios.

The Revolution Youth The Revolution Youth
4005 Lee Vance Drive
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Revolution Youth is the youth ministry of Rock Family Church (www.rockfamilychurch.com)

Pikes Peak church of Christ Pikes Peak church of Christ
1402 W Pikes Peak Ave
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Sunday: 9:00-9:45am Bible Class 10:00-11:00am Worship 5:00-6:00pm Worship Wednesday: 6:30-7:30 pm 1402 W. Pikes Peak Ave, Colorado Springs

Another Kind of Christian Another Kind of Christian
5280 Omega Way
Colorado Springs, 80917

A new way to learn and express our faith in Jesus!!

Saint James Church Saint James Church
4615 Northpark Dr
Colorado Springs, 80918

St. James Church is a Bible-believing Spirit-filled Evangelical Church emphasizing the centrality of Christ.

Healing Waters Christian Ministries Healing Waters Christian Ministries
5975 N. Academy Blvd. Suite 111
Colorado Springs, 80918

Healing Waters Christian Ministries is a Bible believing, Spirit-filled, multicultural, family ministry that teaches faith, healing, restoration and deliverance to the body of Christ.

Springs Church - Wednesday Night Prayer Springs Church - Wednesday Night Prayer
1515 Auto Mall Loop
Colorado Springs, 80920

Welcome to the page for the weekly Springs Church prayer gathering. We meet every Wednesday night. Come join us!

Restoration Women Restoration Women
9355 Peaceful Valley Rd
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We are a ministries designed to reach out to the women in our church and our community. Loving on them and teaching them the love of Christ.

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