The Way He Looks At Meby Taylor Cummings
"If you're tired of waiting, you're not alone. But my prayer is that you'll draw closer to God in this season of waiting and continue to wait. "Weeping may last through the night, but joy comes with the morning." Psalm 30:5." Read more in my devotional, "The Way He Looks At Me".
A Letter From Cinderella To Peter Panby Kate Hurley
Cinderella (the princess) writes a letter to Peter Pan (the one who hasn't grown up). The Fairy Godmother gets involved and gives them some sound advice. A comical look at some of the fears Christian singles face when they are dating.
Living Readyby Taylor Cummings
Sometimes we end up making poor decisions today that lead to problems tomorrow. We wonder what went wrong, and it all started with being more interested in today's comfort than in tomorrow's victory.
How to Find the Right Life Partnerby Segun Olumide
Is sex wrong while dating? How can one be sure of the right person to marry? What are the guidelines for Christian courtship? How can one plan one's wedding without wasting money? Read on as this book will offer you some Biblical answers!
Truth Is, We Can't Be Friends...by LaVonia Tryon
Have you ever ended a relationship but found it impossible to transition into a platonic friendship? Truth is, some relationships can't end in friendship, for numerous reasons-this article outlines some of the major ones.
Abuse: Five Signs That You Are Dating An Abusive Manby Karla Downing
Abuse in relationships is all too common. Once you are in a committed relationship with someone who is abusive, you will find that it is harder to get out of it than when you are dating. This is because you begin to experience a crisis of self-doubt and low self-esteem the longer you are in the relationship. The best thing to do is to pay attention to these five signs that you are dating an abusive man and end the relationship as soon as you figure it out.
Christian Dating: Be Equally Yoked in Five Areasby Karla Downing
As a Christian when you are dating, the one Scripture that comes to mind is 2 Corinthians 6:14: "Do not be yoked together with unbelievers." Being equally yoked has to do with being compatible and like-minded. It really is common sense - You want to get along well with your partner. You want to fit together and enjoy being together. It is wise to be equally yoked in these five areas...
Real, Rich Fruitcakeby Helen Murray
A conversation, in poetry, about dating, for girls. If you want a good marriage, then plan for it way beforehand. The context of dating is the Christian community and wisdom, and mental patterning for the best approach and results.
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Finding love is all about being in the right place at the right time. All around us the world through the ones that are meeting and falling in love for some people right now are frozen in time, which is embedded in the minds and hearts of their day. To remember a time not to forget the feeling of greatness.
PMS- Shouldn't Stress You outby Dawn Lucy
When I write P.M.S., I am not talking about Pre-menstrual syndrome, but rather Premarital Sex. We live in a culture that advocates pre-marital sex today not just for single adults whether divorced or widowed but for teens as well. When I was a teenager in the 80s, the age of AIDS awareness began and many people feared pre-marital sex but often did not take the necessary precautions. We had to become a culture that needed to be smart and have safe sex through the use of condoms. Abstinence was rarely mentioned as an option. However, the advice I was given by a couple who used to keep me during my elementary school years after school, encouraged me to remain a virgin until I married. In fact, they told me to beware of guys who told me that they loved me because this was often a ploy to get one into bed.
Sex and Purity in the Beginningby BILL HUNT
Joseph paid a dear price for his faithfulness to God. First, he was betrayed by his brothers and sold into slavery. Then, betrayed by the sexual seduction of Potipher's wife, he spent fourteen years in prison. Finally, Pharaoh rewarded him with the position of Prime Minister of Egypt, proving God's oversight.
During the "getting to know one another" stage of the relationship do they care more about what they can receive from you than getting to know you? Do they care more about what you have, how you look, or what you do for a living than the person within? These things are all very superficial and do not matter for having a loving and stable marriage.
Why Most Young People Today Are Not Prepared For Marriageby Angie Lewis
Many times, because the husband does not truly know what his role is in the marriage, the wife in her disappointment becomes bossy and critical of her husband, but she does not know what his role is either, or hers for that matter. Then because of the lack of positive attention from his wife, the husband becomes bored and thinks he is not in love anymore.