In this final section, we offer some advice on how to evaluate your current relationships and what to talk through before you say “I do.”
If the cultural view of sexuality, what is the biblical view? Is it just a list of dos, don’ts, and not yets? The question I want to address in this section is: What are you waiting for and why is it worth it? We find those answers in the Song of Solomon.
We compare and contrasts the different kinds of relationships: biblical marriage, secular marriage, friendship, dating, friends with benefits, and an ideal Christian courtship.
When it comes to dating, sex and romance, a majority of college students report being “profoundly upset” about their own behavior. Our goal in this seminar is to show you a better way.
No more wandering toward the altar. Here’s a better way to get from single to married.
What one particular husband thinks that other husbands might appreciate him telling their wives.
Even the best couples are constantly working on their marriage. Join David & Krisan Marotta (married 31 years) as they examine what the Bible has to say about the commitment of marriage.
Does God have a “one-plan-fits-all” calling for women: marry, conceive children, raise children and become a grandmother?
My grandmother remarked that when she was 20 marriage was the adventure — for both men and women — and career was a icing on the cake. Now education and achievement are considered the adventure while marriage (indeed any long-term relationship) is an afterthought. But it’s not working.
A recently engaged woman learned her fiancee has “ongoing struggles with pornography.” She isn’t sure what to do. Assuming sin usually runs deeper than we care to admit, my advice would be postpone the wedding until the she can answer “yes” to two questions.