What is True Fulfillment?

Teenagers struggle with fulfillment. Somehow, as we transition from children to adults, we begin feeling this never-ending thirst for something. We don't know what it is, but we certainly feel that it can be filled. Some seek this fulfillment in family or a significant other in the hope that a relationship will fill this gap. …

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32 Misconceptions About Flirting and Boy/Girl Relationships (feat. Keziah E)

Boy/girl relationships are tricky. Beginning them can be the most difficult thing in the world, especially if you're rather shy. Sometimes, you can come across strong and the opposite party thinks you're flirtatious. Other times, you're too timid and the opposite gender thinks you're scared. Confusing, right? Well, fear not, for today I have teamed …

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The Art of (Christian)Dating

Last week, we learned about dating and courtship. We learned what true dating and courtship are, and we also defined the two terms. Then, we set the bare minimum standard for dating, reiterating what I published a few months ago in my post "5 Reasons You Shouldn't Date Until You're 19". This post specifically laid …

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Dating or Courtship: Which Term Should a Christian Use?

Once a subject frequented by author giants such as Joshua Harris, courtship and dating have now been left in the dust as an irrelevant topic. Unfortunately, with the dramatic exit of Harris and his co-authors, we are now left with many questions and few answers. Frequently, during conversations with fellow Christians, I encounter this subject …

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Throwback Saturday: Christian Dating in a Secular World

Here we go again! This time, our throwback is to the post "Christian Dating in a Secular World", the original post being found here. The word “dating” often brings out mixed emotions and views. Secular people think of dating as a commonplace activity, comparable to sports or television in what it brings. Christians think of …

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American Dating: Relationship Without a Purpose

Many American teenagers frequently date before the age of 15. (Child Trends, 2015) By the age of 20, some people may have dated up to 30 different people. American teens date too early and too often. God created dating for use inside the context of marriage. Should dating not be used for its proper purpose? If early dating …

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