Is God telling you to move on from a relationship you wish would work out? How can you be certain God is really leading you to let go of a relationship? What signs will be present when God is actually telling you to move on?
Should you stop dating for a period of time? Would it be good for your heart to spend a season of just pursuing God so that you can stop idolizing relationships? Is it ever helpful to fast from Christian dating?
The Bible gives us many ways to overcome temptation, mainly by commanding us to remain in Jesus Christ and to rely on his strength (John 15:5).
How does your parent’s divorce affect you as an adult? How does divorce affect future relationships for the children of divorced parents? And what is a biblical way to heal as an adult who grew up in a divorced family?
I recently asked a question to the AGW subscribers, “What’s the most challenging part of Christian singleness for you?” The responses that came in were overwhelming. People really shared their heart and talked about how hard the season of Christian singleness can be for them.
If you are a Christian single who is actively dating or pursuing a relationship, odds are you have experienced some level of rejection. Everyone who opens themselves up to start a relationship is also opening themselves to rejection.
What should you do when you begin to like someone that you know you should not like? How can you guard your heart from having feelings for someone you know is not good for you?
Here are 3 tips on how to guard your heart when you like someone you know you should not like.
Relevant Magazine Article: Can You Really Be Friends After the Breakup?
There’s an assault on the church’s sexual purity. We are surrounded on all sides by a culture that glorifies external beauty, quick pleasure, and porn. So it’s no surprise to see the satanic claws of sexual immorality trying to squeeze the life out of Christians. Affairs, premarital sex, and the deadly glow of a smart phone late at night in the hands of a young boy with no accountability – these are the glaring sexual idols of our day.
But idolatry loves to swing from one extreme to the other.
One of the trickiest parts of Christian dating can be when you have past sexual sins. When should you tell your boyfriend or girlfriend about the sexual sins in your past relationships? What details should you share and not share with your boyfriend or girlfriend about your past mistakes in relationships? Should you talk about this early in the relationship or later on?