It is time for Christians to start talking about dating. The trajectory of lives and eternities are in the balance. Yes, I am. This issue shapes our young people, friends, and family more than we could ever imagine. We have been passive too long.
10 Principles For Christian Dating That Will Transform Lives
How to Have a God Centered Dating Relationship: 12 Steps
Christian teens form all kinds of relationships. From friendships to dating, these are the years that Christian teens start building ties outside of the family. While these relationships are an exciting time for Christian teens, they also come with their own issues and hazards. Suddenly the issues of sex and boundaries start to arise, and teens find themselves having to choose sides on "hot button" topics like homosexuality and abortion. There is a lot of growing to do in all aspects of relationships, and having Biblical and Christian guidance is essential.
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This blog post is a guest post by my dear blogging friend Alisha Blue from BecomeLess. I was once told that the closer you get to your 30s, the more dating becomes like a game of musical chairs. When the music of your 20s stops, you will scramble to grab the nearest chair and settle down. I laughed at the analogy in my early 20s, but now at 28, I see the reality of it. One by one as your friends get into relationships, get married, and even begin to buy homes and start families — the pressure to settle down begins.
To have a God-centered dating relationship, find a partner who values their relationship with God as much as you do, so you can be sure God will be central in your relationship. Only date someone if you view them as a potential life-long partner to help you find your soul mate quicker. When you start dating, avoid being physically intimate with each other until marriage, so you stay true to God.