In a sense, they all need discipline; but what is the best approach in each situation?
Since the matter is never addressed biblically, we need a lot of wisdom.
– short book with good insight, perspective, and practical advice on navigating singleness and relationships Advice for Young Men by John Harris — a brief article that’s challenging and inspiring. “The New Rules for Sex, Love, and Dating” by Andy Stanley – solid series that’s perceptive, profound, and practical.
I guess I feel about someone who is infatuated with a non-Christian the same as I feel about a brother who is grossly overweight and a glutton; someone who spends all his time watching TV; or someone who never has personal devotional times.
And some great “live” Q/A videos with Matt and his wife here.
One Single Sex Boundary That Just Might Work — actually, it does work. The Meaning of Marriage by Tim & Kathy Keller (this is one of the best books to read on dating because you must begin with the end in mind) Married For God by Christopher Ash “A Marriage Preparatory Inventory” by the Biblical Counseling Coalition — very thorough, to say the least What Did You Expect?
Redeeming the realities of marriage by Paul Tripp Doing Things Right in Matters of the Heart by John Ensor (a short, but insightful, challenging book that delivers on the title) Boundaries in Dating by Henry Cloud The Case for Early Marriage — fascinating article in Christianity Today “God and Sex” by Matt Chandler — one of the best talks Jarrod has heard on dating/relationships.
It’s 2 hours long, but the second hour is live Q/A from the audience.