Baylor University professor of theology Roger Olson, author of , is a bit surprised that the site, which hosts nearly 800 members and has borne 37 reported marriages, is catching on.
Faced with it, you can either run and hide, denying it, or you can face your truth, accept it, and grow stronger," wrote Gregory Jantz in . Does He know, or are my prayers heard only by the wall? If you hurt enough to ask such questions, you deserve an answer. You’re sick, you’re dying, you’ve been deserted, you’ve lost a child, you’re innocent but accused of wrongdoing — and they try to shush you.When my friend Ashley* shared that her marriage was in trouble, I asked, “Are you intimate on a regular basis?” “Once a month or every other month—if I’m in the mood.” I took her hands. And you’re breaking your wedding vows.” Ashley shifted in her chair.Your daughter may still not be satisfied with that approach, and that's OK.Most 14-year-olds think their parents are out of touch or too strict. But in hindsight, she'll be grateful for your protection during these early teen years.By day, firefighter Dean Scott puts out flames in rural western Washington.By night, he tries to kindle them between Reformed singles around the country.Singles who build profiles on Sovereign Grace Singles answer questions such as, " How have the Doctrines of Grace changed or affected your life? " and "Who is your favorite biblical character and why?" Members' usernames include tulips, restingingrace0611, and Reformed Southerner. There's a big difference between two kids who have a crush on each other and an exclusive relationship involving emotional and physical intimacy.However, explain to her that a lot of the things people do in dating relationships are harmful -- such as frequent breakups, sexting, or sharing too much emotionally or physically.