How can you apply God's Word to your everyday life?
He maintains a full time counseling practice in Austin, Texas.
Everyday we see the word "love," one of the most abused words in the dictionary.
I am now a firm believer that the flaws you refuse to see in yourself, God will send into your life through other people in such an extreme way that it spurns you on to ask, how did I get here? It’s what Christians call reaping what you have sown.
When you start to evaluate the seeds you are sowing, you can start to see where you may have misprioritized your relationship goals.
This dynamic book, Devotions for Dating Couples, offers guidance for deepening your commitment to God as individuals and as a couple.
Through short chapters focused on such essential topics as prayer, simplicity, community, and purity, you will discover how to make your most important love relationships–with God and your potential mate–strong, lasting, and radiant.
Love the mistakes you’ve made, pain you’ve caused, missteps you’ve taken, and even the bad seeds you’ve sown; surrender it all because, as Romans teaches us, it all (the good the bad) works together for your good.
Just be willing to take responsibility for your mistakes.
Join relationship experts Jim Burns and Doug Fields as they help you start planning now for your lasting union.
Finances, in-laws, communication, forgiveness, sexual expectations--no topic is off-limits as you and your significant other get ready to step from engagement into a life-long covenant to each other.
Perhaps you’re looking for someone with a certain look, or bank account, or accolades, or social standing or some other external feature because you feel being in relationship with a person who has these kinds of things will increase your self-worth, as well as your standing in the eyes of others and will therefore increase your happiness.