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In The Dating Manifesto, Lisa Anderson, director of young adults for Focus on the Family, tells you what you really need to know about dating and the path to marriage, but probably aren't being told. Learn to break the cycle of dating dysfunction, honor marriage, marry well, and live intentionally while you wait. As a single still walking out her story, Lisa proves it's possible.
Number of Pages: 240
Vendor: David C. Cook
Publication Date: 2015
|Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 (inches)|
Your attitudes about marriage and the path to marriage are wrong. Some youve inherited, some youve simply boughthook, line, and sinkerand some youve made up yourself. They have translated into bad action (or no action) in dating and relationships. But its not too late; you can break the cycle of dating dysfunction and learn to honor marriage, marry well, and live intentionally while you wait. Lisa Anderson proves its possible.
The Dating Manifesto is neither a cheesy formula for finding a spouse nor a feel-good book about how the person for you is "out there" if you only "believe."Instead, its a challenge to wise up, own your junk, and chart a bold new course for your relationship future.
Brant Hansen, radio host, author of Unoffendable, and storyteller for CURE International
Gary Thomas, author of Sacred Marriage and The Sacred Search
Debra Fileta, MA, LPC, author of True Love Dates, TrueLoveDates.com
Jim Daly, president of Focus on the Family
Eddie5 Stars Out Of 5Saw myself in this bookFebruary 22, 2017EddieQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I bought this book after hearing a lot about it from Boundless podcasts, and this book hits the nail on the head when it came to my misconceptions about relationships. I would highly recommend this book to any young teen (especially a young adult) if you're single and want to have a revamped and biblical view of dating.
Missybell5 Stars Out Of 5excellent Christian adviceDecember 22, 2015MissybellQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0I bought this book for both of my adult children. i believe this is a wonderful book for Christians who want their children to marry for love while in Gods will
Pixbelle5 Stars Out Of 5keeping it honest and realOctober 9, 2015PixbelleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5no beating about the bush, advice written from the heart and personal experience. you either love it or disagree
Micalla Laurel5 Stars Out Of 5Must Read for Anyone!September 30, 2015Micalla LaurelQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5For me, this has been the most (& first!) refreshing, practical and challenging book on adulthood, singleness and dating from a Christian perspective. Lisa Anderson speaks to an audience of both guys & gals, and being single herself, offers a perspective that has been needed for so long. If you feel skeptical, I get it - so was I! This isn't perfect, but I promise it's not going to tell you to kiss dating goodbye while God writes your love story as you ask yourself - is this the one? (If you caught all 3 references - high five!) You don't need a theology degree to absorb this goodness. It's easy to read and I promise, won't make you want to poke your eyes out. There's no fluff - which is both a breath of fresh air and challenging.
jw from CA5 Stars Out Of 5This book is fantastic, full of wisdomSeptember 2, 2015jw from CAQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5'The Dating Manifesto' addresses the issues of singleness and dating in a way that honors God and others. I am recommending it to everyone: singles, non-singles, parents of young adults, and church leaders. This book is fantastic, full of wisdom, and it presents the information in a way that often made me laugh out loud and at other times caused me to choke up. I love the advice Lisa gives, and the heart she exposes in sharing her God-given story. This book is practical, thoughtful, challenging, hopeful, and fun to read! Please check it out!!