How should a Christian guy ask a girl out? Should he talk to her father? Should he talk to her mother? Does a Christian guy need to talk to the pastor before asking a girl out? Should a Christian guy ask a girl out only when he is prepared to tell her he wants to marry her? Or should a Christian guy take a more relaxed approach and just have some fun and just see where things lead or don’t lead?
In this article I will give Christian guys 4 tips on how they can approach this question about asking a girl out.
What should you do if your teenager is totally rebellious? That was the question one AGW follower recently asked us on Twitter.
While I don’t have teenagers (my kids are still younger), I do remember being rebellious teenager myself. So in this video and article I will try to share what I remember feeling when I was in that season. I will also try to give some biblical perspective and apply some Christian truths that will help you parent your teenager.
After reading my article called Biblical Advice for an Unhappy Christian Marriage, one AGW reader recently asked if Christians can divorce for abuse in marriage. It was such an important question I felt compelled to write a whole new article addressing this issue because it is really different than when I talk about the general struggles that usually occur in an unhappy marriage.
As children we imagined we would find the perfect spouse, the perfect job, buy the perfect house, go on perfect adventures, and well . . . have the perfect life. Somewhere along the way, however, we quickly realized we will experience many things on this earth, but perfection is certainly not one of them.
According to the Bible, God’s grace saves Christians from the punishment we deserve, but it does not always save us from the consequences of our actions and it never saves us from God’s discipline.
When it comes to leading, parenting, responding to offenses, or just having authority over people in all the varies roles that exist on earth, it is crucial to know the biblical differences between punishment, discipline, and consequences.