Item description for Choices: Finding God's Way in Dating, Sex, Marriage, and Singleness by Paula Rinehart & Stacy T Rinehart...
LIFE IS FULL OF CHOICES. HOW DO YOU MAKE THE RIGHT ONES?
The world says you can have it all-sex without responsibility, relationships without commitment, and easy marriages that are here today and gone tomorrow. The Bible says you can have it all, too-but it gives you the big picture, spelling out the consequences of such choices.
In Choices, Stacy and Paula Rinehart review many of the principles about relationships in the Bible and show you how to make decisions based on all the information. If you have questions about sex, dating, marriage, or singleness, Choices has concrete answers. You'll learn how to date with discernment, remain celibate before marriage, become content in singleness, and more! With questions for personal study and more for discussion at the end of every chapter, you'll discover for yourself God's plan for your relationships with the opposite sex.
To make good choices, you need all the facts. Then the choice is up to you.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.8" Width: 5.2" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Mar 31, 1996
Publisher NavPress Publishing Group
ISBN 0891099433 ISBN13 9780891099437
Availability 0 units.
More About Paula Rinehart & Stacy T Rinehart
Paula Rinehart is the author of Strong Women, Soft Hearts; Better Than My Dreams; and What's He Really Thinking? As a professional Christian counselor, she divides her time between counseling, writing and speaking to women's groups nationally and internationally. She and her husband have two grown children and live in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Paula Rinehart currently resides in Raleigh, in the state of North Carolina.
Reviews - What do customers think about Choices: Finding God's Way in Dating, Sex, Marriage, and Singleness?
Something to think about Jun 2, 2008
It definitely gives you something to think about. There is a lot of truth to what they say and the reasoning behind it. Getting both perspectives (male/female) I think is what made the book more valuable.
I never thought God would approve Jun 29, 2001
To everything there is a season...
Biblical study and discussion has taught me a lot about the will of the Lord, but in the areas of sex I've always had some grave concerns about how I can conduct myself as a good Christian woman. Some of the things that come up while dating are really hard to handle. It's a messy situation when you're trying do the right thing and your desires run contrary to celibacy. I know that before reading this book and benefiting from the terrific advice contained within, I went through tons of kleenex after every date.
"Choices" helped me find a wonderful, caring relationship. Without the sound advice and suggestions that really speak to today's times and practices, I would have been at a loss to acknowledge my needs for fear they might run counter to the Lord's will. Now I'm able to relax and enjoy the pleasure of being loved and loving someone, because I know that God wants us to have a loving partnership with each other.
This is a great book, I recommend it highly to anyone who struggles with these issues.
Biggest life mistake could've been prevented by reading this Jun 18, 1999
Armed with the insights in this book, many dating mistakes, and possibly divorces, could be prevented. This book encourages Biblical study, provokes thought, and challenges one to really take a hard look at the dating choices we "don't make" therefore allowing society to make for us. The authors ask hard-hitting questions such as "Does a dating relationship leave you with a greater motivation to obey God, to respond to his leading?", make statements such as "...only the right kind of dating is adequate preparation for the right kind of marriage", and continually refer to God's word as their authority. This book is excellant for group or individual study. I only wish I had read it when it was recommended to me several years ago.