Youth group dating

11-Mar-2014 06:19

We also need people who are willing to talk to us like adults, who let us ask our questions and who attempt to answer with something more than, “because I said so.” ————————————————- Want to hear more about why she made this commitment and how she kept it?Purchase Ally’s e-book called, Asking All The Wrong Questions: Why Christians Are Waiting for Marriage for Sex, or visit her website, He also recommends that parents talk to their kids about dating by age 13, because society is now so fast-paced.Recognizing fake Christians was also a topic on Peter Guirguis’ blog “Not Ashamed of the Gospel.” That’s an important skill, he says, so you can share Jesus with those people. ”The Christian dating scene can be “weird,” admits author and ministry director Nicole Unice.

Choose to date only those who have high moral standards and in whose company you can maintain your standards.What was the point of waiting for marriage for sex if we were just going to fool around with our boyfriends? When we talked about sex at youth group I would always get the same explanations: “Your body is a precious treasure and you need to treat it accordingly.” “Sex is a gift that you only get to give away once.” These explanations didn’t satisfy me. And eventually jumped right over the line when I didn’t see the point in skirting around it anymore. I was living in sin with my boyfriend and it sounded kind of like he was yelling at me. I read the passage he was talking about from 1 Corinthians. Every other sin a person commits is outside the body, but the sexually immoral person sins against his own body.” Suddenly it made sense to me. But the thing that helped me more than anything else was being able to ask honest questions, and knowing there were people who would try to answer them.If sex was such a bad thing, I wondered, than how come it felt like such a good thing? But I couldn’t kick the feeling that something was really, really wrong. Sex was not a worse sin than any other sin that I could commit. I didn’t have any STDs or unwanted pregnancies or restraining orders against boyfriends. I had to wake up everyday feeling and knowing that my spirit was dying. I’m convinced my generation is asking the wrong questions about sex and sexuality.This practical "how to" ebook will walk you through a 30-step process to discovering God's vision for your unique ministry context.The process also shows you how to implement that vision and put metrics in place to evaluate what is moving the vision forward and what isn't.

Choose to date only those who have high moral standards and in whose company you can maintain your standards.What was the point of waiting for marriage for sex if we were just going to fool around with our boyfriends? When we talked about sex at youth group I would always get the same explanations: “Your body is a precious treasure and you need to treat it accordingly.” “Sex is a gift that you only get to give away once.” These explanations didn’t satisfy me. And eventually jumped right over the line when I didn’t see the point in skirting around it anymore. I was living in sin with my boyfriend and it sounded kind of like he was yelling at me. I read the passage he was talking about from 1 Corinthians. Every other sin a person commits is outside the body, but the sexually immoral person sins against his own body.” Suddenly it made sense to me. But the thing that helped me more than anything else was being able to ask honest questions, and knowing there were people who would try to answer them.If sex was such a bad thing, I wondered, than how come it felt like such a good thing? But I couldn’t kick the feeling that something was really, really wrong. Sex was not a worse sin than any other sin that I could commit. I didn’t have any STDs or unwanted pregnancies or restraining orders against boyfriends. I had to wake up everyday feeling and knowing that my spirit was dying. I’m convinced my generation is asking the wrong questions about sex and sexuality.This practical "how to" ebook will walk you through a 30-step process to discovering God's vision for your unique ministry context.The process also shows you how to implement that vision and put metrics in place to evaluate what is moving the vision forward and what isn't.What was it that happened after the wedding day that made sex suddenly okay? But because my sexuality was connected to my body and my soul, sinning sexually had consequences that no other sin could. We’re asking, “How far is too far,” instead of, “Why are we committed to waiting in the first place?