David Lapp is co-investigator of the Love and Marriage in Middle America project, a study on the family formation of young adults in one small town in Ohio, along with his wife, Amber.
Too many men and women lack a vision, anchored in good theology, of the body, sex, marriage and chastity. Rediscover that compelling vision here.
Rediscover the language of the body.
Love in its fullness never just happens; love that lasts is won.
Rediscover why marriage is love’s greatest and most courageous defender.
Marriage rescues us from the paradox of choice and introduces us to the paradox of gift: Give yourself, and you find yourself.
Yes, we want to get married eventually — but only after we've experienced the freedom of our 20s and had a chance to get know ourselves better.
Helping young adults mature in Christ and prepare for marriage and family. Learn more
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