Dating and waiting book

This book is a delightful and humorous blend of storytelling and deep Biblical insights.

Ali shares excerpts from her own private journals with a raw honesty unlike any other, along with faith lessons and encounters she experienced while living and working in Asia as a broadcast journalist for the past four years.

We live in a society that puts more effort into extravagant one-day weddings than preparing to be a wife forever. It’s really easy to get distracted by the idea of being a beautiful bride who is the center of attention.

I’d hoped that I’d meet my husband and get married in my 20’s, but that didn’t happen. In fact, my sisters will sometimes say, “Remember that guy you went out with? ” Half the time I can’t remember, and I swear they are getting me confused with one of their friends, but deep down I know they are not. I had a lot of “ME” pity parties on the phone with my mom, and many tears after every break-up.

If you are a twenty-something female and looking for an honest reflection on “love, lust, dating and waiting” from a single lady’s perspective, this is the book for you.

Author Lindsey Isham does not hold anything back in her book No Sex in the City.

She says, “I just like talking about sex — the good stuff, the way it is supposed to happen — in marriage.” Lindsey reminds her readers that even in their twenties, thirties, or later in life, waiting for the right relationship is still important.

She shares candidly through her own experiences about the importance of not giving in to your desires, but continuing to keep your standards high. She covers topics from being single, to navigating the ins-and-outs of a relationship, to preparing for your wedding day, and future marriage.

you can find the intimacy with God she’s found along the way.

She lets readers in on her real life without covering up the details that many authors do not talk about.

This approach is different from many Christian books you would traditionally read on the topic of relationships.

When I was moving through the maze of adolescence, a different question brought this whole issue into focus for me: how far will I want the woman I spend the rest of my life with to have gone with the person she dated right before meeting me? It may have been difficult for me to determine how far I should go, but I knew exactly how far the person I would one day marry should go – not very far. When my sons got to the magic age when traditional fathers have the traditional talk, I informed them we were going to handle the situation a bit differently. Well, most boys are introduced to the topic of sex before they are actually interested in sex. I think you will find the answer is the same for you Q: How do you respond to teens who claim sexting is “OK” since it’s just digital?

Q: What do you wish you had known while parenting your own teens through the dating years? Instead of an awkward 15-minute talk, we were going to begin an awkward 15-year conversation. By the time they’re actually interested in sex, they’ve forgotten all those fascinating insights their fathers shared. Q: In your opinion, what is the biblical answer to the age-old question “how far is too far? Every time you entertain yourself with nude and erotic images you are at school.

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