An honest look at the perils of Christian dating in the modern world! Written by singles for singles, this refreshingly funny book takes a unique, he said/she said look at the bewilderments of adult dating relationships. How do you get out of a dating drought? What are the pros and cons of women making the first move? And what's the deal with all the new relationship fads targeting single adults? Camerin Courtney and Todd Hertz dive straight into the miry bog of Christian singledom to address these issues and more. They don't promise you a date in 30 days or less, but they do offer you hope and encouragement to help you navigate the pressures, trends, and temptations of dating as an adult.
Forty percent of the U.S. adult population is single. And the majority of those singles feel pressured to find "the one." But dating as an adult is not easy, especially in a culture that targets people under the age of twenty and seemingly ignores everyone else.
Drawing from their own dating experiences and from their work with prominent Christian media outlets, including ChristianSinglesToday.com, Camerin Courtney and Todd Hertz offer their thoughts and bewilderments on adult dating relationships--not just to discuss the declining "state of the date" but to give hope and help to adult singles. With insight on everything from meeting someone after college to the much-talked-about issue of sex, their he said/she said style pairs a little bit of vulnerability with a lot of conversation to help singles navigate the pressures, trends, and temptations of dating as an adult.
Camerin Courtney is managing editor of Today's Christian Woman magazine, author of Table for One, and columnist for ChristianSinglesToday.com. Her suburban Chicago home is filled with Eiffel Towers, Starbucks' mugs from the many countries she's visited, and too many pictures of the wonderboy who made her Cool Aunt Cam.
Todd Hertz is an associate editor for Ignite Your Faith magazine, formerly
Campus Life. He's a frequent contributor to ChristianSinglesToday.com and
ChristianityTodayMovies.com. He lives in the Chicago area with a slowly dying plant, his own chocolate fountain, and a Monopoly-themed bathroom.