Over the years, I’ve put together a list of what I consider to be the top relationship advice for dating Christians (or those interested in dating).
The list has emerged through countless conversations and discussions, and offers some great ground-level wisdom on how the call of discipleship should steer our journey through romantic relationships.
When Jesus is our first priority, our view of love, sex, and relationships is enhanced and enriched.
It’s easy to give Jesus priority status when there’s no competition.
When we start dating, however, it’s common for many of us to slowly channel the energy that we’ve been investing in our relationship with Him into our newfound love.
But Jesus isn’t our relational back-up plan, someone we put first until someone better comes along.
We’ll be placing unrealistic expectations on our relationship that can only be fulfilled by God.
He needs to stay central for us regardless of whether we’re single, dating, or married.Relationships flourish when Jesus and His kingdom are the priority of both people, but falter when they aren’t.