My mind's eye strained for a glimpse of the groom's face, but all in vain — I hadn't met him yet.
I thought marriage would bring me fulfillment, and so I prayed for a husband while I waited for my life to start.
Welcome to the largest and fastest growing online community for single Christians.Our culture finds it hard to make such judgements because the dating scene seems to be an expression of "teenagers in love" - and love is thought to be something that just happens, over which we have no control.Dating is part of the lie of the enemy that is ensnaring our young people.Copyright ©2001 by Crossway Bibles, a publishing ministry of Good News Publishers. Once upon a time, I dreamed that God would write my love story. I pictured my little sisters, arrayed in yellow as bridesmaids.Laying a solid foundation in this area is a parental reponsibility, but the church has a responsibility to hold the family accountable to the Word of God.If we want our young people to be prepared for marriage these are the questions that we must ask: In answering these questions, we need to know the criteria by which the answers must be judged.Our descriptive profile questions provide you with unique insight into someone’s faith and beliefs in a way that’s real and genuine, so that your results are real and genuine. For all of us, there’s no greater gift than being able to match good people with one another, and then hear their stories.This is not just a business for us; it’s what gets us up each and every day."Blessed is the man who walks not in the counsel of the wicked, nor stands in the way of sinners" (Psalm 1:1a, ESV).I was 13 years old when I first read a book on courtship.