Christian Devotionals for Couples



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Your name or email address: Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads. Menu Home Home Quick Links. We hope to see you as a part of our community soon and God Bless! Can anyone suggest a good devotional for a young dating couple?

May 30, Messages: There's a girl in our college group who is dating some dude who we've never met and she's getting a little obsessed. Fortunately, DH showed a Mark Driscoll sermon on dating that really opened up her eyes to some truths she didn't get before and now she's asking for a suggestion on a devotional that she and her boy can do together, while he lives in the next state. I'm not sure if he's a Christian she says he is but then my girls said that he doesn't believe the Bible is true so Feb 9, Messages: I don't recommend devotionals for dating couples in our singles ministry at the church where I get to serve.

They create a spiritual and emotional bond that imho doesn't need to be there until marriage, or engagement. Anyhoo, I have previously used this text for some engaged couples during our marriage preparation time with them. I hope and pray you continue to be a great Christian influence on this couple. We need more people like you out there helping those younger ones who need guidance.

Hmmm - I'm wondering if just a good "new Christian" devotional wouldn't be better or them than a dating one. I honestly am thinking that they need encouragement to grow closer good christian devotions for dating couples the Lord - not so much each other. You know what I mean? BTW - I can highly recommend this Mark Driscoll sermon on dating. I think it's one of the best, most well balanced teaching on it in a while.

May 12, Messages: I've never heard of the "don't pray together before you're engaged" and I think that's weird because prayer is such an important part of a Christians' life that they should be praying with MANY people. It's no more intimate praying with a friend who's struggling in her job than praying with a boyfriend for his job. My husband and I prayed quite a bit before we were engaged - praying for others and praying for God's hand good christian devotions for dating couples our relationship and to lead us in the way He wanted us to go.

It was very healthy for us. I also prayed with boyfriends before my husband and I never even gave them my heart. I do think that as a couple, if they are ready for marriage able to be married - I'm not talking about 14 year olds but those in the position for marriage SHOULD get more and more intimately involved with each other as their relationship grows - not physically but mentally, emotionally and spiritually.

Of course, this is after a beginning time of getting good christian devotions for dating couples know each other and being more sure that this relationship is being blessed by God. But I am encouraging my daughter and her boyfriend to pray together - and to encourage each other in the Lord - to ask each other how they can pray for the other, ask each other questions like "What has God taught you today?

They're not ready to marry for a while yet but if their relationship is not one that will lead to marriage, atleast they will have encouraged each other to grow in the Lord. And if they DO get married, they will be more mature in the Lord together. I think that's healthy, personally. But then again, I'm not asking them to do "couple" studies just yet. LOL We're not there yet. PreachinJesus, can you expand on what you said in your post and that I asked you about in mine?

He nails this one. I good christian devotions for dating couples an individual devotional might be a good start.: I've heard this before - that couples dating should not even pray together - at least on a regular basis. It makes sense to me but I am not sure why. Can you expand on the "spiritual and emotional bond" that should not be there until marriage or engagement? I ask because I often get emails from people who are dating and they ask my advice, even though my ministry does good christian devotions for dating couples deal with that.

I'm usually giving them advice or info related to my ministry areas, but these kind of things dating often come up. But I've not done this sort of thing in a long time so I don't know what's out there. Last study I did in good christian devotions for dating couples organized study was Experiencing God by Blackaby. Your explanation makes a lot of sense to me, and I tend to agree with your view on this. Intimacy is a lot more than the physical, and emotional or spiritual intimacy which is different with a dating couple than just friends, imocan cross boundaries that should remain there until marriage, or at least engagement.

He is one of the pastors I listen to on a weekly basis. Also he recently did sermons about marriage that blew me away.


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