Boundaries in christian dating
It says, “Love is Patient.” Although that is about as obvious as it gets, somehow I never understood it.
Instead of being responsible for your own happiness, it gets far too simple to take on the emotions and needs of the person you’re dating.
The Bible talks a lot about keeping healthy boundaries, but not in the same way that secular publications talk about them.
Purity will strengthen the marital emotional bond and commitment as well.
The Bible verse I believe best explains the reasons for purity is, 1 Corinthians 13:4.
by *Hannah Packham Holding hands, kissing, sex, where do you draw your line? Although, I’ve only dated one guy, that’s about all it takes to learn some of the most important lessons about relationships: everything from communication to kissing.
This is an important question that even I tried to avoid answering. How are you supposed to know where you draw your line? The boundaries of purity seemed simple to me before I started dating: don’t have sex until you’re married. Seems pretty easy; however, I found it is much more complicated than that.This event is geared toward teenage girls and their mothers. If you are interested in any other events, you may inquire with Simone at [email protected] our upcoming Pure Freedom and Secret Keeper Girl Tours in California during Fall 2013.Through our Sexual Theology and Healing Leadership Acceleration Program for Women, we seek to accelerate the sexual theology, teaching, coaching and healing capabilities of female leaders through collaboration and education to carry God’s truth and healing throughout the world.Almost as important as purity itself, is the reason why. Now, applying the Bible’s truth is great, and reason enough for anything, but you need to find out why you want to stay pure.There are the practical reasons like, avoiding STD’s and unplanned pregnancy, but I believe it is much more than that.Pure Freedom will provide mentorship to a limited number of approved applicants in our Leader Acceleration Program for Women who desire to collaborate with others.