‘content, especially that of a sensational or provocative nature, whose main purpose is to attract attention and draw visitors to a particular web page.’) We’ve become used to clicking multiple times a minute, constantly searching for the next thrilling video or article to amuse ourselves with. Christians have got in on the act of writing clickbait headlines: Recently I’ve noticed a number of ‘Christian click bait’ stories appearing which deal with relationships, especially marriage. You’re reading this blog, but your brain will soon be telling you to click elsewhere. Part of the answer to that question is we’ve become used to seeing ‘clickbait’ (def.
My Dad proposed 3 minutes after meeting my Mum, and my parents’ marriage is a wonderful example of what Christian marriage should be (and they recently celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary). Waiting longer than the ‘Christian culture’ approved of was a wonderful exercise for me.
But Christian culture in general seems to encourage short periods of dating and engagement. I learned a number of really important lessons about marriage, before getting married.
"I believe my husband, I believe my husband — it was all organized from the opposition.
They can never check the background of these women.
Here's a look back at the many milestone moments in Perry and Brand's relationship.
September 7, 2008: Brand met Perry when he was hosting the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards.
There’s very little wrong with the advice contained in these articles.
‘Debunking 3 Marriage Myths’, and ‘10 Secrets You Should Know About Marriage’ are just two examples.
"We all mature -- most of us -- and this is the best time for anyone to date." Though there are new realities to deal with if you're dating after 50 (illness, sandwich generation concerns, menopause or impotence), it shouldn't dampen your love life or make you settle for anyone less than who you deserve.