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Letters To A Romantic On Engagement
Engagement! If you’ve reached this point, you already know a thing or two about navigating a romantic relationship. But this in-between period raises new questions: How should you and your intended make decisions together? How can you handle all the advice you’re getting? Should you just elope? What if you’re beginning to think you shouldn’t marry after all? The pressure is intense, the anticipation is greatand God’s Word is crucial for you to hear right now. Sean and Spencer (and sometimes their wives, Jenny and Taylor) have written short letters to you full of biblical wisdom for this exciting stage of life. Direct and to the point, they answer these questions and many more, from the details of wedding planning to the big picture of your future lifelong relationship.
Find clarity amid engagement and come to your marriage prepared!
Should We Get Married
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You know you’re in love -you always want to be together, and you think about each other all the time-but does that mean you’re ready to get married? How do you decide if your relationship is strong enough for marriage?
William P. Smith gives you a series of questions based on biblical principles that you can use to assess your relationship’s strengths and weaknesses. Answering these questions about your vision, goals, and potential conflicts will help you decide together whether you should slow your relationship down or move forward toward marriage. This booklet is a great resource for pastors and others to use during premarital counseling or classes.