Have you tasted pain in dating, drifted through one romance or, possibly, several of them? I Kissed Dating Goodbye shows what it means to entrust your love life to God.
The price we have to pay if we engage in open relationships is: to be denied any inheritance in the kingdom of Christ and of God.
Joshua Harris uses lessons taught in the Word of God to encourage us to commit to having a relationship that builds on mutual trust and understanding, as well as to keep our hearts, emotions, lips, and bodies pure in order to please Christ.
Now, for the first time since its release, the national #1 bestseller has been expanded with new content and updated for new readers.
Honest and practical, it challenges cultural assumptions about relationships and provides solid, biblical alternatives to society's norm.
Instead, we should have pure intentions when building friendships with them.
Next, he expounds on how we can build a new lifestyle and get back on track with God’s plans for our life.
Engaging in frivolous and one-off relationships with random people can seem adventurous and maybe even fun to some, but the Bible clearly states the folly of sex before marriage.
“For of this you can be sure: No immoral, impure or greedy person—such a person is an idolater—has any inheritance in the kingdom of Christ and of God” (Ephesians 5:5 NIV).
While I still held on tightly to the rules of purity culture, I was clear on many of the ways race affected my life.
One of those ways was (and still is) closing the cover of a book, taking a deep breath, and saying “yea, that was written for someone white.” It never takes me long to realize that most authors do not write for me.
At some point I discovered how useful a shower head was for an orgasm.