Now practically speaking, this means singles are seeking out people to speak into their lives.They are being discipled, whether that be organizationally or organically, whether they are part of a church’s system for discipleship or they just found an older man or an older woman and invited that person to speak into their lives.
-- OUT OF LINE IN ARIZONA DEAR OUT OF LINE: Although it might be "painful" for your son to give someone up after a few dates, he should make the effort to get to know the person before asking a question like the one he posed to a complete stranger.
Frankly, I don't blame her for being offended, because it implied he thought she was promiscuous.
And why are you the one who wrote to ask me this and not your son?
DEAR ABBY: We are all familiar with the rules of who pays for what in a wedding.
And I think those pieces are a much safer gauge than whether they highlight passages in their Bible and show up to service every week.
Is there such a thing as “too fast” in Christian dating?Usually the bride's family pays for certain portions of the wedding and reception, while the groom's family pays for the rehearsal dinner, among other things. My daughter and her girlfriend are getting married, and I'm confused about the financial etiquette. -- MODERN DAD IN LOUISIANA DEAR MODERN DAD: According to Steven Petrow, the LGBT etiquette author, there are few set rules about gay weddings.Your only "requirement" is to provide them with your love and support.However, like any responsible couple, your daughter and her intended should plan a wedding that is within their budget.For first-timers to speed dating events, wondering which questions to ask can be a little daunting. Ditch or Date offers everyone the chance to ask interesting and reasonable questions after they’ve read our suggestions.If mere physical attraction or some kind of emotive, frilly, this-is-the-one weirdness is driving the speed, then, yes.