Your attitude should be the same as that of Christ Jesus.
Philippians 2:3-5 When we talk to kids about dating, we can help them set the biblical standard of considering another person’s interest above themselves, and that love means wanting the very best for that person.
This means that we are called to treat the opposite sex with a special kind of respect because Christ lives within them.
Generally, younger children are more accepting of new relationships.
This age is just beginning to understand sexuality, and often preteens have trouble dealing with their own sexuality, let alone the idea that their parents are sexual beings, too.
Here are some things we can do: Far too many Christian adolescents don’t have a clue that there is a better way to relate to the opposite sex than what the world shows us.
How kids relate to the opposite sex and how they eventually date will determine the success of their relationships and say a lot about their Christian commitment.
Common reactions to a new relationship include resentment, fear, jealousy and competitiveness.
When our students decide to follow the way of radical respect, it will help to keep their life free of problems in the many relationships they have with persons of the opposite sex.
Exclusive dating refers to two people dating each other.
Walking down the street, she felt important, because today it has penetrated into the essence of things.