Nobody is perfect in this world. So if we only build relationships with people who we think have it all together, we will have very few relationships in life, and the relationships we do have will be based in idolatry thus will not last long.
Sexual purity is a simple and complicated subject for Christians. It’s simple because the Bible makes it very clear what we are supposed to do: Don’t have premarital sex. Sex is for marriage. Period. That’s not a complicated thing to understand or teach in the church.
How can you know if someone secretly likes you as more than a friend? You don’t want to ruin a friendship if someone doesn’t like you that way, but you also don’t want to be missing the signs he or she may be sending you as they gauge your interest in them. Relationships can be so confusing because we don’t know what the other person is thinking.
Should a Christian single mom date? What does the Bible say about marrying a single mother? And what general dating advice is there for a Christian single mom who would like to be married one day?
When you hit rock bottom emotionally, you have a choice to make. Is this going to be your end, or is this going to be the start of a new beginning with Jesus? If anyone knew the feeling of utter despair, it was Peter. He truly hit his lowest point when he denied Jesus.
How can Christians glorify God in their relationships? Whether it is in friendship, dating, or marriage, how can we glorify God in how we interact with those we love?
Is God telling you to breakup with your boyfriend or girlfriend? What are good reasons and bad reasons to end the relationship? And if you do feel led by God to breakup, when and how should you do it?
After watching my YouTube video, “Should a Christian Girl Pursue a Guy?” one AGW subscriber reached out for my advice about a guy she liked. After reading her question and thinking about the details she shared, I recommended that she invite this guy she liked to go out with her to do something fun and casual together. She didn’t need to profess her love, but by sending him an invitation she could let him know she was interested.
Does the Bible say singleness is better than marriage? When you read through 1 Corinthians 7, at first glance this seems like an easy question to answer. Yes, singleness is better than marriage. For example 1 Corinthians 7:38 states, “So then he who marries his betrothed does well, and he who refrains from marriage will do even better.”