"What does the bible say about dating? Absolutely nothing and Everything! Our challenge is to believe biblically about an activity that isn't really in the bible … Our approach is to take the scriptural concepts of a healthy marital relationship and work in reverse to a healthy dating relationship. The foundation for a healthy, Godly marital relationship begins while dating."
~ Richard D. Phillips
Do you have difficulty understanding exactly what Christian dating is everything about?
Do you ever question exactly what it takes to date effectively in God's Kingdom and eventually wed the right individual?
Do you frequently discover it difficult to interact and solve conflict in a Godly way in your dating relationship?
Do you discover it challenging to deal with expectations in your dating relationship?
Do you need scriptural assistance and other practical tips on ways to have a sexually pure dating relationship?
Do you wish to know exactly what you can do to assist your dating relationship prevent an unneeded break up?
I have good news for you! This book has the responses to the above questions and a lot more! Dating in the Kingdom of God is a great handbook packed with useful biblical advice and helpful pointers for developing dating relationships that are not just mentally fulfilling, but at the exact same time God-honouring.
Here's exactly what you can expect to gain from this book:
– You will learn what Christian dating is all about.
– You will discover dating as a path to marriage and finding your future spouse.
– You will find out how to interact and resolve dispute in a Godly way.
– You will find out the best ways to recognize your own personal relationship expectations, how to communicate these expectations to your partner or girlfriend, and also ways to agree, disagree or discover a compromise on these relationship expectations.
– You will learn how to keep a sexually pure dating relationship through practical biblical advice.
– You will also find out the actions to require to help your dating relationship avoid an unneeded break up.