About two weeks ago, he told me he was questioning the relationship and thinks he wants to break up.He told me that he dislikes X, Y and Z about the relationship and thinks they are signs that we'd both be better off with someone else.I grew up in Cambridge, Minnesota – a town of 5,000 people and 22 Christian churches.My father was (and still is) pastor of a small church.We are considering a serious relationship now, but my question is this—I know he’s serious about gaining victory in the area of sexual purity, and I know it’s going to be difficult, but what should I look for before considering a more serious relationship with him? not viewing porn and not masturbating) for a specific length of time? I believe in God’s power to transform his life, and he does too, but this is still scary.Most material I find is aimed at wives, and thus encourages them to stay and fight for the marriage, but there seems to be very little material for people considering marriage. Here’s the thing: I don’t know what’s going to happen. I don’t know if you’re going to get the happily ever after that you want. We are both Christians in our mid-20s, and he has read many other books over the years and prayed so much.He was open with me about his struggle before we started dating, and explained that he was getting help, but purity would probably always be a struggle in his life.
Non-verbal communication is the most important in an everyday life, which is why thinking about and analyzing your body language when giving someone a hug is an important topic.I have answered dozens if not hundreds of e-mails asking for advice about how to correct a relationship after a break-up or a break-up attempt.They usually sound something like this: My boyfriend and I have been together for over three and a half years.My mother volunteered to support Christian missionaries around the world.I went to church, Bible study, and other church functions every week. For 12 years I attended a Christian school that taught Bible classes and creation science. As a teenager I made trips to China and England to tell the atheists over there about Jesus. Sometimes I would tingle and sweat with the Holy Spirit.