There is often unwanted pressure on relationships at the dating stage, and Christians are sometimes guilty of mentioning the "marriage" word WAY too soon. Christians love to give advice on how we should go about meeting someone, what we should do to "date" them well, and how we should go about progressing the relationship.But how would their lives have turned out had they taken the time to explore the red flags that were at least partially visible?Facing pain can certainly refine us, but we don't get extra credit for walking into it, especially when it can be avoided. My hope is that many of you do move forward and make that promise for life. Some will say, "Since no one's perfect, it really doesn't matter who I chose to marry.Here is some advice that can help you pursue God’s will in your dating relationship.faith, whereas my boyfriend has lapsed in his practice.
Unfortunately (and fortunately), that’s not how dating works.My boyfriend firmly believes that Christ brought us together, yet I am the one who practices my faith.I came to this site to ensure that God remains the principal focus here and that whatever happens, God will protect both of us." relationship.There is abundant love in this relationship and I have insisted on the relationship being sexually pure until marriage.This has caused tension, which time apart between dates has helped ameliorate.