This Christian satire delves into the world of Christian dating. It uses humor to expose many misguided priorities when pursing dating relationships, which results in an unfortunate dating diary.
Unfortunate Breakups Video
Why do we have to be diligent in reading the Bible? Because we easily become careless and complacent in our lives, which leads us into sins that so easily beset each of us. And before long we have wondered farther off the path than we ever intended and are left thinking to ourselves; how did I get here?
Only 39 percent of active believers consider the Bible as the literal word of God. Only 5 percent have shared their faith with a non-believer. More than half of all church members attend church once a month or less.
Many of us treat relationships like unpaid internships: We cannot expect them to lead to anything long-term, so we use them to get experience. If we look sharp, we might get a free lunch.
One-quarter of singles (23%) would be motivated to go to church if they simply knew that anyone would be welcomed into the church community.
Have you ever tried to list out all the different dating advice you’ve heard….from other Christians?
So here it is… ways to find a wife according to the Bible:
Find an attractive prisoner of war, bring her home, shave her head, trim her nails, and give her new clothes. Then she’s yours. (Deut. 21:11-13)
Find a man with seven daughters, and impress him by watering his flock. —Moses (Ex. 2:16-21)
Things not to say to your single friends:
n an interview in 2017 Tim Tebow explained what he is looking for in a future wife:
Tebow said, “I’m looking for someone who loves Jesus and loves people. Someone who makes me want to be a better person for her. And she has to want kids, and has to want to adopt. That’s a requirement. Of course I want a woman who I’m attracted to.”