Dating in 2014: Episode 314

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Dating in 2014: Episode 314

Feb 06, 2014
Guests: Nina Coppola, Mark Flower, Sarah Mason, Allison Meggers, Darren Terpstra, Clarence Shuler and Andrew Hess

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A look at this year’s dating landscape, plus Clarence Shuler helps singles stop self-destructing, and a listener wonders if she’s “too spiritual” to date.

Featured musical artist: Jason Gray

Show sponsor: Courtship Journal and Keepsake


What's New in Dating? (Part 1 of 2)

Guests: Nina Coppola, Mark Flower, Sarah Mason, Allison Meggers and Darren Terpstra

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Dating is alive and well in 2014. It's not going anywhere anytime soon. But to navigate the changing dating landscape, it's important to know a few important things. For example, what are the opinions of dating that are floating around today? How do single young adults feel about the potential to meet people in their current circles? What role is technology playing in new and potential relationships? Our panel of 20-somethings weighs in.

Single, Sane and Satisfied

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Guests: Clarence Shuler

[23:07] - 

Clarence Shuler got married in his 30s. That was several decades ago. As a father of now-adult children and an expert on relationships, communication and identity issues, Clarence is passionate about helping single adults find their purpose apart from their relationship status. He feels that getting priorities straight now will free you up to date and marry more biblically and with greater success. Listen in as this author of Single and Free to Be Me shares insights gleaned from years of walking the walk.


Am I Too Spiritual?

Guests: Andrew Hess

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She loves theology and doctrine. She's well-read and quick to discuss the deeper themes of Scripture. So why are guys passing her by and asking out her more theologically "simple" friends? Is her love for the biblical nitty gritty making her undateable? Andrew Hess offers advice.