Youth devotions on dating
om for Some of Life's Most Extraordinary Relationships If you've ever had a crush on someone, or if you've ever gone on a date, you know that the guy-girl relationship is one of the most exciting, complicated, and distracting relationships there are in life. A popular speaker and writer, Mike Worley has been involved in student ministry for over twenty years.
Yet a lot of teens are already having sex, not realizing the emotional and physical consequences.
Other Christian teens are not having sexual intercourse, but doing everything but "going all the way." This brings up the question, "How far is too far?
Avoiding pitfalls like gossip and lying go a long way in building friendships that last a lifetime.
Ways to learn more about how to be a good friend: Dating is the part of many Christian teens' lives.
It would be a great story to pair with Jesus' parable of the guests found in Luke 14:7-15 for a Bible study lesson!
It causes us to rethink how we judge and treat others. We never know what may be going on in their lives, but God does.
For some Christian teens, hot button items like homosexuality, masturbation, and abortion are clear-cut sins.When you've got your eye on someone special, it's easy to lose sight of other things that really matter to you-friends, family, schoolwork, goals and dreams... Mike Lives in Colorado with his wife, Leesa, and their five children: Michael, Katie, Jeremy, Rebecca, and Ben. In this 31-day devotional--complete with stories about teens like you, questions to make you think, key Scriptures, and room to journal--youll learn how to make God an important part of your dating experiences and keep him first place in your life, no matter who turns your head or captures your heart.This is also why Christian teens need to work at keeping their friendships strong.Think of the traits that are important in any relationship like honesty and trust, and they apply to your friends.but what does love really mean, or should we say, what is love?