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8 Tips for Christians Pursuing Dating

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8 Essential Tips for Dating as a Christian

You can find great Christian books on just about any topic, from current events to theological analysis. One area that is ripe for Godly wisdom is that of dating and relationships. Fortunately there are now great Christian relationship books for singles and young adults being written each day. The journey of dating and life as a single adult are both in desperate need of advice and Godly instruction. Here are some of our best bets for Christian relationship books for singles and young adults. Many Christian relationship books focus on only one aspect of relationships, but we know that romantic pursuits are a series of fluctuating statuses. Sometimes you are dating, other times you are living as a single person, and then you might meet someone, get engaged, and finally married.
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Christian Dating: Advice for Today

But among these posts, some have especially resonated with you, our readers. You think about it a lot. You wonder who it will be. You wish it could happen soon but it completely freaks you out.
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Sunday after Sunday, parents across Canada feel the anguish of sitting in church alongside an empty seat — the place where their teen once sat, worshipping with them. And there are a lot of those now-empty seats. According to a study commissioned by the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada, half of Canadian young adults ages who were raised in Evangelical Protestant churches no longer attend church regularly. Two-thirds continue to self-identify as Christian, even though a big chunk of those are now church no-shows. That leaves a lot of parents wondering, Which group does my no-longer-in-church child fall into?
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