The movement gained widespread exposure following the best-selling response to I Kissed Dating Goodbye, a popular contemporary treatment of Christian courtship by homeschool student Joshua Harris.
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If they’re totally uninvolved and out of touch with their local assembly… If it would be immodest for you to show it or wear it in person, you shouldn’t be showing it or wearing it digitally either. Dating shouldn’t be a temporary fix for loneliness.
The real miracle is that she gave an awkward, shy, younger version of me any attention at all.
All reminiscing aside, if you trust God and guard your integrity, God will orchestrate your future in ways that you can’t possibly plan. Speaking of guarding integrity, Apostolic singles should create and maintain protective boundaries in their relationships.
You might look around your church on any given Sunday and think, “If these are my only options I’m gonna die alone.” But remember, we walk by faith not sight (2 Corinthians 5:7).
Many moons ago, before I met the beautiful red-headed superwoman of my dreams, I was in Bible College and attending a very large church.