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Over the years, I’ve put together a list of what I consider to be the top relationship advice for dating Christians (or those interested in dating).
The list has emerged through countless conversations and discussions, and offers some great ground-level wisdom on how the call of discipleship should steer our journey through romantic relationships.
Relationships flourish when Jesus and His kingdom are the priority of both people, but falter when they aren’t.I am reminded of my definition for sex: any activity that has as its intent or develops into a sexual stimulation is sex.It does not require physical contact or even presence.Ladies, say you’re at a party with a friend and find an attractive guy you’re into. Well, it might start with finding a way to introduce yourself, whether it’s “intentional” or “unintentional”.
Perhaps you wind up at the hors d’oeuvres table at the same time as he walks over to it, or you rely on a friend to introduce you, or even simply go over and strike up a friendly conversation.
A kiss may be seen as a caring gesture and not have a sexual connotation to one, while the other person may be stimulated into sexual thoughts and response just by thinking about it.