Many parents set rules for their Christian teens about dating. While setting rules is a good idea, it is important for parents to think through the rules that they do set. Parents need to know why they are setting the rules, and they also need to discuss the rules openly with their children. Here are some of the most common dating rules and how they can be used most effectively to guide teens through the world of dating:.
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Today in Sydney I met Anna Hitchings, who is handling media for me on this week-long trip to Australia. We are living in a unique time in history. Yet one important side-effect of all this that gets little attention is how tough this new environment has become for women, especially Christian women, to find good husbands. The situation is so dire there is now an emerging trend of women abandoning their faith and religious beliefs for the sake of romantic relationships. Perhaps this is not considered a particularly serious issue when compared with Brexit, abortion on demand or the erosion of free speech, but I would contend it is every bit as important, if not more so. The future of our society depends on good, solid marriages, families and citizens.
As a matter of fact, many Christian women are only interested in a relationship with men who believe in and adhere to Christ's teachings. At one point, wedding vows were exchanged much more frequently across different faiths and different denominations. And many couples, then as well as now, decide to skip marriage completely instead they simply move in and start living together.
A wise man once told me that there were only two outcomes for dating relationships: getting married or breaking up. The next one did too. This involves judging a potential guy or girl for the 38 qualities you are looking for in an ideal mate—before even grabbing coffee together. Does he like me? Is she flirting?