I am a single woman of 32 years. There is a saved young
man in our church who I would like to get to know better. Is it
too assertive or unbecoming for me to ask him out for lunch or
I've always believed that it was the man who should initiate
a date, but is that too old-fashioned in today's world?
I agree with you that, yes, it's too assertive. I think you
should stick to what you've always believed. There's a lot about
following the Word's way that's old-fashioned in today's
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