Why I Don’t Recommend Dating Or Marrying A Pro-Choice Person

Being a pastor of a church that has young adults coming into it continually, I have the great honor of being asked to officiate weddings frequently. However, I myself do not make it to the wedding altar with them. Here’s how it usually goes: A couple starts dating, falls in love, gets engaged and partContinue reading “Why I Don’t Recommend Dating Or Marrying A Pro-Choice Person”

2 Blunders Made By Single People Who Date (A Blog Series on Dating, 2 of 4)

[This blog is the second in a series of four blogs on dating for single people and for parents raising children. The first blog can be read here.]  If you are single desiring marriage, you are not alone. You might feel lonely at times, but you are in the majority of American adults right now. Continue reading “2 Blunders Made By Single People Who Date (A Blog Series on Dating, 2 of 4)”

A History of Dating (A Blog Series on Dating, 1 of 4)

With my oldest daughter turning 9 this month, which makes me realize she’s halfway to moving out of the home, and also, with the numerical increase of millennials and generation Z’s being led to the church I get to serve, the topic of dating wisely has been on my heart.  [This blog is the firstContinue reading “A History of Dating (A Blog Series on Dating, 1 of 4)”