Any kind of health, whether spiritual, emotional, or physical, takes time and hard work. Christopher Witmer is the 22-year-old Editor-in-Chief for The Originally from Northern Minnesota, he lives with his family in Los Angeles where they moved to plant inner-city churches.If you meet someone who you want to do life with or that God is laying on your heart to pursue romantically, then you will still be fine.Either way, the quality of your life is what you make it.So here goes: Your quality and purpose of life is not determined by whether or not you date or get married.Always pursue God and health (spiritual, emotional, and physical) and you will be fine.Married people have the best dating advice since they have already done it!My goal is to simply pass on, from one teen to another, some thoughts I have developed from my observations, personal experience, and advice from others.
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In this article I am going to call it “dating” and define it as “the process of finding a spouse.” I do not claim to be an expert: I realize that many varying opinions about dating float around Christian circles jumping over each other, getting mixed together, and consuming some people.
You wish it could happen soon but it completely freaks you out. Some people call this dating, other people call it courting — there are likely countless terms you could use for the process.
But before anyone can get married they have to go through the process of getting to know a person and pursuing love for them (at least if you practice the Western tradition of pursuing marriage).
It’s also hard, excruciating, joyful, hurtful, and incredibly fulfilling — at least this is what married people tell me, and from watching them, I believe it.