"He who walks with wise men will become wise, but the companion of fools will suffer harm," according to the writer of Proverbs 13:20. Most people wind up working with a handful of companions throughout their lives. Choose the right people and you will gain; choose the wrong ones and it could ruin you. ..
Making Life Work, Part 6: Choose Friends Wisely
by Bill Hybels
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Choosing a lifelong partner carelesslymaking the decision too quickly or at too young an age; being too eager; trying to please someone else; having unrealistic expectations or unaddressed personality problemscan all too often result in loneliness, disillusionment, and heartbreak in a marriage. ..
Making Life Work, Part 7: Marry Well
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Outside of one's choice to follow God, the single most important decision a person can make is deciding whom to marry. Using eight "don'ts" of spousal selection, we learn ways to determine whom we will take as our life partner. It is wise not to marry when one is too young, too hurried, too eager, too ..
Making The Most of Your Marriage, Part 1: Picking a Partner
by John Ortberg
In the FIRST ERA, which lasted seven years, neither of us was a Christian, so we know first-hand what it's like to be in a marriage without the guidance of Jesus Christ. Then we went through a turbulent two-year era in which Leslie was a follower of Christ, but I wasn't. So we know what it's like to ..
Marriagewerks, Part 5: Surviving a Spiritual Mismatch
by Lee Strobel
Me, Myself and Chris
by Sharon Sherbondy
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Mark comes home and announces to Karen that they're going on a trip together to Cancun, compliments of his business. Karen is not exactly overjoyed, and Mark thinks it's because of the fight they had that morning. It turns out she's uncomfortable with the fact they're living together but aren't married. ..
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In dating, it pays to be honest with the other person. For the relationship to go anywhere, especially to marriage, honesty is key. Important to healthy, honest relationship involves knowing our identity is in God and not the other person. Another thing to know is that we must save sex until marriage. ..
REALationships, Part 3: Marriage & Dating
by Jarrett Stevens
by Jeanne Stevens
God intentionally designed us with sexuality as part of our makeup—our sexuality is not evil. However, we are not only sexual beings. We are also spiritual, emotional, physical, and mental beings. We sometimes act like our sexuality is the only outfit we have to wear when, in fact, God has given us ..
Sex in the Suburbs, Part 1
Two old acquaintances meet on a chairlift at a ski slope. They engage in small talk, by use of one word questions and answers. The conversation reveals a lot more than either intend, specifically their feelings about being single.Casting: 1 male 1 femaleTopics: File Under: Fear, Loneliness, Dating, ..
by Donna Lagerquist
"Jesus, the Son of God can give us the strength, because this single man was tempted in every way. He was tempted to have pity parties for Himself. He faced sexual temptations. He knows what it's like to be hurt by the unfaithfulness of other people. He knows what it's like to cry at the death of a ..
by Gene Appel