One of the most common mistakes Christian singles make while trying to date someone they like is that they express romantic intent before building a connection with this person.
Here are 3 common signs of a passive man.
My intention in this article is not to lead people needlessly into painful relationship experiences. Don’t get me wrong, if you don’t need to experience rejection, by all means avoid it when you can.
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How much should you like someone before dating them? Is it okay to give a relationship a chance even if you don’t think it will work out long-term? Are you leading someone on if you are not that interested but you go out with them just to make sure you don’t like them?
These are good questions to ask as a Christian because they will help you guard the hearts of others while also navigating the dating season yourself.
So here are 3 tips to help you answer the question, “How much do you need to like someone to date them?”
Have you ever said something like, “There are just no Christians singles at my church” or “I live in a small town so my options are really limited” or “I tried online dating once and it was a total disaster” or “The only people who want to date me are non-Christians.”
Here are 12 common Christian dating mistakes that can be avoided.
Are you a Christian single person who wants to be married one day but right now you are trying to focus more on God, become a more mature Christian who is ready for a relationship, and overcome a relationship idol in your heart?
If so, here are 4 ways to help you grow in your season of Christian singleness and overcome a relationship idol in your heart.
How can you tell if God is trying to warn you that you are actually in a toxic relationship? What signs will be present if God is telling you that this person is not marriage material for you? And how can you know if this person just has some normal issues to work through or if this person is truly harmful to be in a relationship with?
Here are 4 signs that God is trying to protect you from marrying a toxic person.