The time between the home of your youth and the home you'll make for yourself someday is a time of adventure, discovery and excitement; but also loneliness, longing and uncertainty.
From college to career to relationships, we at Boundless want to cast a vibrant vision for the single years, helping you navigate this season while preparing for the challenges and responsibilities of the one to come. That requires living intentionally with purpose by bringing your gifts, talents and Christian worldview to bear on your whole life.
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Ivette Alegria Diaz is a California girl who loves L.A., but left a piece of her heart in Washington D.C., where she ran around in suits and drank a lifetime’s worth of coffee. She’s passionate about politics, culture, family and creating community that makes Christ’s heart known. Ivette is a an alumnus of the Focus Leadership Institute and is happy to be back in Colorado to serve on staff at the Institute. Follow Ivette @IvetteAlegria.
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Lisa Anderson hosts The Boundless Show, Focus on the Family's popular podcast for young adults and is the program director of young adults. She leads the Boundless team in discussions on relevant issues, interviews authors, artists and other newsmakers, facilitates Q&A, and volunteers far too much information from her personal life. She has appeared on numerous radio and TV programs, and has been known to speak at national conferences wearing tall boots and a skull T-shirt. She graduated from Trinity International University in Chicago and has lived and worked everywhere from Paraguay to Capitol Hill. Lisa knows a disproportionate amount of hip-hop lyrics for a white girl, and loves Jesus, people, ideas and guacamole, in that order. Follow Lisa @LisaCAnderson.
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Ashley Boyer is a publicist at WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group, which works out well since she loves to read (her favorites include A Severe Mercy, Bittersweet, and The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society). Ashley grew up in St. Louis, went to college at Taylor University, and then moved to Colorado to attend Focus Leadership Institute and do some serious skiing. She likes to redecorate her house (she’s on her second shade of green in the kitchen), go on hikes and bike rides, and pretend to be crafty, thanks to Pinterest. She has an unabashed love for '90s pop music, Steak 'n' Shake, and anything made with pumpkin. Follow Ashley @ashboyer.
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James Eldridge is a senior at Liberty University, studying psychology. He plans on pursuing a master's in a license of professional counseling as well as a license of marriage and family therapy. He has been involved heavily with discipleship ministries at Liberty, and during the next school year will be spending most of his time leading and mentoring a discipleship team over a hall of college students. James is passionate about marriage and family therapy as well as discipleship — two things that he hopes to somehow integrate into a ministry. This summer he is an intern for Boundless, where he is excited to gain skills and experience that he can use in the future.
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Suzanne Hadley Gosselin is a freelance writer and editor and has been a Boundless contributor since 2004. Suzanne's passions include young adults and their role in the church, evangelism and godly relationships of all varieties. Suzanne is a transport from the Pacific Northwest and a graduate of Multnomah Bible College. Suzanne is married to Kevin Gosselin, the love God intentionally and extraordinarily brought into her life. They have one son, Josiah, and one daughter, Sadie. In her free time, Suzanne enjoys partaking of leisurely breakfasts with her husband, acting with a comedy improv troupe, maintaining her personal blogs, walking along Northwest beaches and spending time with family.
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Andrew Hess is research associate for Family Formation Studies at Focus on the Family in Colorado Springs, Colo. He teaches Bible and psychology classes at Colorado Christian University and took his M.Div. from Denver Seminary. When not working, Andrew is usually enjoying scenic Colorado, taking a spontaneous road trip, officiating a friend’s wedding or getting a great deal at a local garage sale. He’s a huge U2 fan and plans to one day become a close friend of Bono. Follow Andrew @FreshEpiphany.
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Adam R. Holz is senior associate editor at Focus on the Family's media review site, Plugged In, where he reviews movies, music, TV and video games, as well contributing to the site's blog and podcast. Before coming to Plugged In in 2004, Adam spent nearly 10 years with The Navigators, including a seven-year stint as associate editor at Discipleship Journal. He's a graduate of the University of Iowa (go Hawks!), and in his spare time (not that there's much of that), he enjoys playing guitar. Adam and his wife, Jennifer, have three children. They both spent about a decade ministering to single young adults in various churches before marrying in 2004.
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Matt Kaufman has been a columnist for Boundless since the site's founding in 1998, and did a stint as editor in 2002-2003. He's also a former staffer and current contributing editor for Focus on the Family Citizen magazine. Matt is a freelance writer/editor who spent some years in Colorado, but gave up the mountains for the cornfields: He now lives in his hometown of Urbana, home of the University of Illinois. His house is a five minute drive from the one where he grew up, and he enjoys daily walks around the park where he used to play baseball.
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Martha Krienke is the editor and producer of Boundless. She manages the online content, participating as a Boundless blogger, podcast contributor and general champion for Focus' young adult audience. If her face looks familiar, it's because Martha was associate editor of Brio and Brio & Beyond magazines at Focus on the Family from 2005–2009. Her most recent position was as communications manager at Christian Camp and Conference Association. Originally from Sleepy Eye, Minn., she is a graduate of Northwestern College in St. Paul as well as the Focus Leadership Institute. Martha is the middle child of seven and has seven nieces and nephews.
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When Dawn McBane isn't working to keep her flower garden alive or enjoying a good cup of coffee with a friend, she serves as the bioethics analyst at CitizenLink and the manager of Rising Voice, an outreach to millennials. She earned a biology degree from Cedarville University where she developed a passion for seeing life protected in the way God designed it to be – from conception to end of life. During her tenure at Focus on the Family, Dawn has had the opportunity to pour her passion into her work as she studies, writes and speaks on life issues, including human cloning, abortion, physician-assisted suicide, stem-cell research and genetic technologies. Dawn currently lives with her husband in Colorado Springs, Colo., where they enjoy a never-ending list of home improvement and remodeling projects.
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Denise Morris is a writer, editor and student. Currently, she writes Sunday school curriculum for David C Cook, and she used to work as the editor for Focus on the Family's former college webzine, TrueU.org. She's a student at Denver Seminary, working on a master's degree in Old Testament Biblical Studies. Shalom. Originally from Minnesota (dontcha know!), she has lived in Colorado for nearly seven years. This makes her feel old. Don't bring it up. Denise likes to spend time hanging out with friends, translating Hebrew (let's pretend that this is enjoyable), watching Friday Night Lights, exploring Denver restaurants, and complaining about how much homework she has to do. Follow Denise @denisermorris.
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Chelsey Nugteren is a project coordinator on the Marketing Strategy team at Focus on the Family. She coordinates marketing projects and helps strategize marketing plans for departments around the ministry. Chelsey grew up on a farm in South Dakota and graduated from Dordt College, majoring in communication and public relations. During college, Chelsey interned at Focus on the Family on the Boundless team. Here she began to grasp the importance of intentional dating and God’s design for marriage. Now she wants to help spread the good word of God’s great desire for our relationships. Chelsey is newly married to her husband, Steven, and they are excited to see how God plans to use their marriage. Follow Chelsey mrs_nugteren.
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Glenn Stanton is the director for Family Formation Studies at Focus on the Family. He debates and lectures extensively on the issues of gender, sexuality, marriage and parenting at universities and churches around the country. Glenn is the author of four books and a contributor to nine others. His newest is Secure Daughters Confident Sons, a look at how we teach our kids genuine masculinity and femininity. He’s a huge Bob Dylan fan, loves quirky movies, and picked out and bought the first piece of clothing for himself when he was 28. Glenn and his wife, Jacqueline, have five children and live in Colorado Springs, Colo.
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