I’m really proud of him for conveying such a tough message! Why are you hiding behind prayers, vague intentions, group hangouts, and TEXT MESSAGES? If you are clearly leading her on step up and ask her out, or stop leading her on.
I was talking with a group of Christian men the other day and was given astonishing insight into the current dating scene. I’ve found myself wondering how do I encourage my brothers to GET OUT THERE and date. Group hangouts are great, but find time for one on one where your intentions are clear.
I’ve been dating an amazing spiritual girl, so I can speak from both sides of the coin: how to mess up in a relationship and how to mess up when you’re single (I consider myself a master of both).
These men share their hearts and minds from across the world—from California, to Florida, to Harare, Zimbabwe.
Some of the moments that made these men into who they are today involved differing moments from moving far off from home (TX to CA)…riding a public bus system for a whole year at 4 A.
He is clear on whom you should date and why you should date.
When it comes to Christian dating, you live according to a different standard – God’s. There are some solid reasons why God asks us to live a certain way, and dating is no different.
And ladies, if you are confused about a man’s intentions—just ask him to clarify.
It’s your responsibility not to let him lead you on. Men, imagine what it would be like if we started stepping up and took dating seriously?
When our strengths and weaknesses are different, we can strengthen each other in the areas we’re weak in. She should also be passionate about the things you value most: God, academics, helping people, etc. Then you can be the definition of cool, which is making others cool.
With these things in mind, you will end up pushing each other to be greater, instead of just staring at yourselves in a mirror.
There are all kinds of advice out there about dating today, but a lot of it is about dating in the world rather than Christian dating.
Christians need to have a different attitude toward dating.
However, even among Christians, there are differences as to whether you should or should not date.