If you need wisdom about your relationship–whether to stay with your boyfriend or not–ask God, and He will give it to you. But when you ask, make sure that your faith is in God alone, not in your relationship, and not in your boyfriend.
very nice :)I personally realized what it was that never worked in past relationships, and how to step through each day in dating in order to get the most out of a relationship, and not let tendencies of my X-generation determine the fate of my relationship.
Don't let people step on you, this book wiwhile people who aren't Christian may not get enjoy this book, it is such a great reminder for developing healthy relationships, and is a tell-all book of how to conduct one's self in a relationship.
Suddenly the issues of sex and boundaries start to arise, and teens find themselves having to choose sides on "hot button" topics like homosexuality and abortion.
There is a lot of growing to do in all aspects of relationships, and having Biblical and Christian guidance is essential.
Also, I'm always sort of "eh" on anything with an overarching faith-based approach to self-help. I don't believe in this book because most of these things should be common sense.
Over the years, I’ve put together a list of what I consider to be the top relationship advice for dating Christians (or those interested in dating).
We are all called to pursue holiness and purity in our personal lives – and so if ‘how far can I go?
’ is a question you regularly ponder, I would challenge you to examine your motives.
Don't let people step on you, this book will help you realize people that will make relationships particularly hard, when to get out of those, and how to conduct yourself so that you don't become that person.