1: A Bird's Eye View of Dating This session presents an overview of the model of the dynamic, bonding processes involved in a growing relationship and how this model can be used for making a marital choice.
Episode Bible teacher Ravi Zacharias uses the story of Isaac and Rebekah from Genesis 24 to illustrate biblical principles in the process of selecting a mate, and challenges young adults to be people of prayer seeking the input of others in the selection process.
(Part 2 of 2) Listen Episode Bible teacher Ravi Zacharias uses the story of Isaac and Rebekah from Genesis 24 to illustrate biblical principles in the process of selecting a mate, and challenges young adults to be people of prayer seeking the input of others in the selection process.
The pastor of one America’s largest churches is peeling back the covers on topics that might make some Christians squirm.
Andy Stanley, pastor of the 30,000 member North Point Ministries, addresses a range of issues from human sexuality to pornography in his latest book, The New Rules for Love, Sex, and Dating.
We have to become the type of person that the person we’re looking for is looking for. But somehow when it comes to love and romance, there is an assumption that we don’t need to ourselves.
That somehow commitment will trump the needs for preparation.
4: Why Is It That "Expectation Lead To Disappointments?
" In this session you will learn how a healthy trust can be developed from what you know about your prospective partner and how to grow in this trust and reliance while minimizing your vulnerabilities.
It has been taught in middle schools, high schools, universities, non-profit organizations, domestic violence shelters, churches, and in all branches of the military.
The PICK program is also translated into Spanish and Mandarin and has been used in Spanish speaking communities as well as in Singapore.
The PICK (Premarital, Interpersonal, Choices and Knowledge) a Partner program applies the RAM to singles' romantic relationships. First, how to pace the development of a relationship in a healthy way so that the love is blind syndrome is avoided.