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With all that being said, I found the section on dating to be so intriguing and enlightening that I was able to look past all those other knocks. I honestly believe this book is worth reading for the dating section alone.
Readers can definitely learn a lot from the other sections of the book, depending on their familiarity with the topics, but the section on dating is a game changer!
A couple things that I enjoyed most about this book are Ben’s genuine approach and desire to help readers navigate their relationships in a God honoring way, as well as the case studies presented at the end of each section.
Within the case studies, Ben uses people from the Bible to illustrate the concepts discussed throughout the section’s chapters from a practical perspective.
This is sure to be an enlightening and fantastic book for teenagers and young adults who want to learn more about relationships from a godly perspective.
I have to be completely honest, the majority of the concepts explored throughout the book are the “tried and true” things that many people have heard before on these topics.
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— Fixed points are the only things that we can really use to find our bearings, and in this message from Pastor Ben Stuart we look at the journey of Jonah to find two fixed realities that we can use to know the direction God is wanting us to head, and we must, for the storms are coming and without the proper directions we will not make it through.
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