Drew Dyck is the editor of Building Church Leaders , a Christianity Today publication. He lives with his wife, Grace, in Carol Stream, Ill. , a publication. He lives with his wife, Grace, in Carol Stream, Ill.
It's an age-old question that won't be silenced.
"Saving yourself" for marriage is one way to bless your soon-to-be spouse. But there's value in saving other things as well.
The emergent church gets some of it right. But some of it very, very wrong.
Guys, it's time to man-up and take the lead in the romance department. God created you to be a pursuer.
Some are good. Others can set you up for failure.
It's convenient, but is doing church online really a valid replacement for the real thing?
Some people believe the whole idea of seeking parental approval before getting engaged is archaic. Not this guy.
Reports of the death of Christianity have been greatly exaggerated.
Can those scholars be right who say that viewing porn can actually improve relationships? Ryan and Rich, and their families, would say "no."
Gender roles are attacked — and defended — regularly on college campuses. For Dyck, settling the issue and moving on is part of growing up.
They say 30 is the new 20. So what do we have to show for all that extra time spent growing up?
One man's dread of all things retail said a lot more about his character than he liked to admit.
It's no fun learning about credit the hard way. Better to read someone else's story and do what they didn't. This is that story.
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