If you are Christian single person who wants to glorify God in marriage one day, I wanted to let you know about a unique resource I’ve created specifically for you. AGW University is where I offer in-depth biblical training for Christian singles who want to go to the next level in their walk with God, specifically when it comes to honoring the Lord in the area of relationships.
We know through studying the Bible that God is all powerful and thus he could stop bad things from happening to us if he wanted to. What makes matters even more confusing is that the Bible also teaches us that God is all loving. So if God is all powerful and God is all loving, the idea of anything bad happening seems impossible.
Description: In this concise mine-eBook, I share with you 10 powerful tips to help you succeed in Christian dating. These 10 tips build on each other, taking you from the pre-dating season right up to the point of engagement. We systematically discuss the practical and spiritual steps in the meeting, dating, and marrying process. If you are looking for deep biblical insight into Christian dating, this book will not disappoint.
Are you wondering if AGW University has positive reviews? Yes, it does!
Below are comments made by real AGW University students. These screenshots are from the private Facebook group (currently 825 members) that only AGW University students have access to. Feel free to read through these AGW University reviews and then checkout these biblical relationship training courses yourself by clicking here!
How can you stop doubting God’s existence? What should you do when you are doubting God’s existence?
Why do I believe the Bible is the word of God? How do we know the Bible is really God’s word? Should Christians believe the Bible is God’s word since so many say it is not?
Does God’s will always prevail? More specifically, does God’s will always happen in relationships? This is a common question for Christians when it comes to dating and marriage.
Should Christians read secular nonfiction? Can the church learn anything from unbelievers? Or should Christians only seek to learn from experts in secular fields who are also Christians?
While the world certainly does not believe in the truths found in Scripture, this does not mean secular information always contradicts biblical wisdom.