Relationships: The Key to Love, Sex, and Everything Else
YWAM Publishing, 2002 - 208 עמודים
With clarity and a sharp wit, Dean Sherman illuminates the often confusing and mysterious world of love, sex, and relationships in this accessible, hard-hitting examination of romantic love and sexuality in the Christian's life.Learn the secret of your "attraction gift" Discover that the real question is not "How far is too far?" Investigate the meaning and value of being in right, godly relationships with others. Build your life relationships upon God's logical, loving, and freeing precepts. Begin the healing process if you struggle with sexual sin from your past. Understand the loving and practical principles behind the relationship boundaries God has established. Relationships: The Key to Love, Sex, and Everything Else is an immediately relevant and refreshingly direct discussion of the most dynamic and foundational facet of our lives. Bold and thorough, this book is the answer for those who are disillusioned with the self-centered, anything-goes attitude modeled in much of today's media or the legalistic advice that attempts to reduce relationships to a list of rules. With balance and thoughtfulness, Dean Sherman offers a soundly biblical alternative that works.
מה אומרים אנשים - כתיבת ביקורת
לא מצאנו ביקורות במקומות הרגילים
WORLD WE HAVE A PROBLEM
THE BOTTOM LINE
BACK TO THE BEGINNING
THE GIFT OF ATTRACTION
THE ROMANTIC GIFT
LOGICAL AND LOVING LIMITS
How Far Is Too Far?
WALLS OF PROTECTION
A DATING PHILOSOPHY
A DATING PROGRESSION
WHAT IF I HAVE ALREADY BLOWN IT?
STUDY GUIDE FOR INDIVIDUALS AND GROUPS
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