Courtship dating only
She must be privy to the same secret my peers weren’t sharing with me. Courtship isn’t the only way to have a biblical relationship.
After telling me parts of her testimony, she gave me a copy of the infamous book on courtship, “I Kissed Dating Goodbye.” I spent the next week scouring that book, determined to find the sure-fire way to change my relationship status. Intentional dating focused on maintaining purity and growing together towards God? But after a few months of diving deeper into courtship, I decided that it just wasn’t for me. Many Christian women are kicking courtship to the curb. There’s this misconception that courtship is more biblical than dating.
I’ll make it work no matter what.” That type of commitment so early on in a relationship is a lot to handle.
You’ll always be wondering if there’s someone better out there. SEE ALSO: What You Should Never Ask on a First Date 2. Courtship involves intentionally seeking God’s will for your relationship.
This should be the number one priority in our dating lives, too!
While dating, help us to set our “mind on things that are above, not on things that are on the earth” (Colossians 3:2) and center our hearts on you first so our relationships bring glory to you. Lindsey Van Sparrentak is a Youtube Specialist for a Christian publishing company in Colorado.
She makes the most of her single life by adventuring through the Rocky Mountains, traveling around the world, and running long distances for fun.
We ask that you guide us in every step of our relationship journey, from meeting to marriage.