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Publication Date: 2009
"I Gave Dating a Chance is a balanced, entertaining, andabove allbiblically oriented overview of this critical issue. The book will provoke much healthy discussion as teenagers and parents together seek an answer to the familiar adolescent pleas'When can I date?'"
Dennis Rainey, co-author of Parenting Today's Adolescent and executive director of FamilyLife.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
R. Valenzuela5 Stars Out Of 5Straight to the point with short storiesDecember 5, 2012R. ValenzuelaQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5some books can ramble about an idea for pages after pages after pages... while this book is straight forward, similar to a text book format. He has a 1 page story a 1 page point. nice large font helps too.
As a struggling Christian single myself 10 years ago, this book reaffirmed what I already philosophically knew, taught me new answers to tough questions, and was able to clearly explain "dating" systematically.
before reading the book, i was just another boy looking for a girl. i didn't know how to look, what to look for, what is ok and not ok to God's eyes, why do girls and guys differ so much, how can i... why... blah blah blah. i had no direction!
this book clarified it. married now, this book has actually helped so that my wife also knows the difference between man and woman and it helps resolve lots of conflicts.
because many are being hurt by poor relationship decisions, including myself, this book inspired me to create a Sunday School lesson series and eventually made a video out of it. too many lives are being destroyed by poor relationship decisions, including children's lives. so i use this in my sunday school classes over the last decade to teach "Dating" as a text book. these truths are applicable for both Christians and non-Christians. i'm saddened that no one really thoroughly teaches dating, but rather sprinkles of opinions here and there.
as a certified project manager, i would say this book is best for someone who isn't dating anyone yet because it prepares one for the project of "obtaining the right match". it tackles the objective and potential risks and how to mitigate them. ---- but for someone who is already dating or married, this book is great for preparing to be a counselor, or to read with your significant other so that you can teach your children.
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