Written By Audrey A, Malaysia “I don’t understand why we can break up over something that I cannot understand . I did not know what I was doing at the time—I simply followed my mother and held joss sticks to pray. Every night without fail, she would teach me how to pray to Jesus.
When I was little, my mother would bring me to the temple without my father’s knowledge.
“Part of the reason this has been so hard for me is that I have so much of my identity tied up in these books. “It’s like, well, crap, is the biggest thing I’ve done in my life this really huge mistake?
” I’ve been thinking about that article, that quote from Harris, for weeks now.
Jesus Christ defines us not by our social standing but by our connection to Him.
Jesus is the single parent’s “significant other.” This changes the way you relate to your children and to others.
It will do the same for you.”–Andrew Hall; Ilderton, Ontario Previously published as Stop Dating the Church “Christians belong in churches–the only places where we can thrive and grow spiritually. We were never meant to live our faith in isolation.Robert Jones illustrates how positive Christian truth revolutionizes the selfunderstanding of parents.The Christian parent must first see him or herself as a Christian not as a single parent.Can close friendships become self-indulgent entanglements that remove God from His rightful place?Dykas explores this issue and gives suggestions for growing in holiness in friendship and mentoring relationships. Dating leads to intimacy but not necessarily commitment. It often mistakes a physical relationship for love.