Love sex and dating
Andy and his wife, Sandra, have three grown children and live near Atlanta.
– Ever thought of praying for 100 days for a spouse or going on 27 first dates in a year? Listen in as they discuss intentional things they’ve done to prepare for marriage, meet men and get outside their normal routines.
” —Andy Stanley Also includes a four-session small group discussion guide to be used with The New Rules for Love, Sex, and Dating video (sold separately).
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So one or both of them decided that maybe he didn’t marry “the right person” after all. The good news is that marriage doesn’t have to be like that. Our culture doesn’t celebrate this different way because it’s boring.
Yet, the idea that happiness will be achieved when we find the right person is statistically unrealistic as evidenced by the divorce rate, not only in the world, but in the church. This week we offer lesson one in this study, and we invite you to participate with us.He addresses these topics that seem to be neglected or perverted by today's culture from a Biblical perspective ...Communicator, author, and pastor Andy Stanley founded Atlanta-based North Point Ministries in 1995. – In this week’s Inbox, a listener says her friend recently got engaged, but her fiancé is not a believer. Meeting the right person, getting married, and living happily ever after in a house with a white picket fence, is a dream that invades the minds of most people.But there’s nothing boring about actually living happily ever after — and you can, provided you come to understand that “happily ever after” requires preparation and changing your mind-set. If you date with the idea that you’re on a quest for the right person, you’re setting yourself up for failure.Think about some popular movies, TV shows, and songs about romance. Healthy relationships don’t result from pursuing desirable qualities on a check-list.That assumption being: That’s what many married people told themselves when they were single. They met someone they were physically attracted to, added sex to the relationship right away, and fell into a kind of neurochemical bliss that made them believe that not only had they never loved like this, Soon enough, their relationship problems began causing chemistry problems.The sexual part of the marriage died, leaving both of them frustrated and confused.The New Rules for Love, Sex and Dating: Unveils what God says that will lead to success in dating and marriage, Transforms guys way of thinking about women, Reveals common myths about sex outside of marriage, Prepares men and women to one day say 'I do' and mean it, And much more.'If you don't want a marriage like the majority of marriages, then stop dating like the majority of daters!