I’m thankful Chip’s message in the series, "Love, Sex and Lasting Relationships" showed me the value of diligently pursuing that path God has for me, even though it is not easy.
Two years ago I was working in a temp job that I did not enjoy. I had just finished four years of graduate school and was seeking a full-time permanent position, but I was growing discouraged. Thankfully, I was able to listen to Living on the Edge (LOTE) online throughout the day at work. Chip Ingram’s teaching nourished me spiritually and motivated me to keep pressing forward.
God was faithful and eventually provided a great job for me, but it required a long-distance move that left me frustrated and lonely. A few months after relocating, I became bitter after a prospective relationship turned sour and left me even more resentful about my circumstances.
Then, on Valentine’s Day of this year, I received an unexpected email from my father, who listens to Living on the Edge on the radio. He encouraged me to go online and listen to the broadcast from that day, which was the final message in a series called “Love, Sex, and Lasting Relationships.” Tears filled my eyes as I heard Chip Ingram talk about “becoming the right person” and living with “inward character, outward modesty, and upward devotion.”
I knew this is what I wanted for my life and future relationships, and I’m thankful Chip’s message showed me the value of diligently pursuing that path God has for me, even though it is not easy.
Living on the Edge has impacted my life in an incredible way. Thank you for your commitment to Christ and for continuing to produce resources designed to help Christians live like Christians.