There are many traps that cause us to detour from a healthy emotional and physical lifestyle, but perhaps fornication is the one that most often trips Christian singles. What does the Bible have to say about fornicating?
In 1Corinthians 6:18 the Bibles shares with us ‘Flee fornication. Every sin which a man may practice is without the body, but he that commits fornication sins against his own body.’ The Creator of our bodies provides a word in His instruction manual that having intercourse (fornicating) outside of marriage is actually harming his/her own body.
This question, or one similar to it, often arises in emails received from singles. Virginity is something that God instructs us to bring into the marriage. How does one relate to those who are no longer virgins? Can one restore their virginity? How does virginity relate to second marriages? Allow me to share some thoughts on this area.
Dr. Jim explains why is so hard these days to think clearly about a relationship when sex outside of marriage is at play. Christian singles need to understand the power a sexual relationship has on us and how they can avoid falling into temptation. This article explains why all singles, Christian or not, should avoid sex outside of marriage if they want their relationship to be truly fulfilling and God-honoring.
What does the Bible say and what does God want from us, when some Christians are having a hard time connecting with other believers?
Dear Jim: Is it okay to date a non Christian if I am not finding any Christians?
Life is difficult at times – and older Christian singles often come to a point that they believe there is not a Christian mate for them. Someone comes into their life that is very strong morally and they begin to question whether or not they should go ahead and date this person.
Today’s blog post was written by one of our ChristianCafe.com members.
Below is a list of 10 pieces of marriage advice for singles who are seeking their special someone and desire some good tips about making their future union successful.
Marriage Advice for singles.
Finding a soulmate can be easier than keeping a relationship healthy. The same is true when we talk about matrimony. In today’s world, we see the devastation of divorce on the lives of couples and especially their children (if they have them). We understand that we all fall short of the glory of God, but families can be destroyed when two people go into a relationship without the knowledge of how to serve and truly love their spouse as Christ loves the Church.
Valentine’s day can be fun, even if you don’t have a date. You can still enjoy this special day with friends or even by yourself. Today’s post is about some simple Valentine’s Day ideas that can be easily implemented.
Our God is the God of Love. Over and over we read in the Bible the great love He has for His children. Without love we cannot be His followers. We love because He first loved us.
When singles are looking for their perfect match, an important consideration is the relationship they have with God now. Their faith and outlook on life will affect how their lives will be shaped, especially when it comes to a life partner. This includes what they look for in a marriage partner and the kind of relationship they’ll likely have together. Our blog post today is about Scriptures on the topic of love, so singles can understand what God wants from us about this most important topic.
Scriptures On Love
Given that our God is Love, when we find God, we also find love. We can love others better when we love God first. For, as the Bible says: “We love because He first loved us” (I John 4:19).
Today’s article is brought to you by a guest writer, Kevin Gardner.
4 Conversations Every Christian Couple Should Have Before Saying “I Do”
God never created men and women to be alone. From birth, humans long for connection and intimacy with others, seeking a life filled with love, compassion, and security. This can grow complicated when courting, and eventually dating the person you wish to wed. As you know, finding the one or your soulmate is a nuanced idea that has been spoon fed to young romantics by secular culture. Real, biblical relationships require communication and compromise with the person you have chosen.