Are you tired of the dating scene? Have you been burned one too many times by people who were not worth your time? Are you looking for a more meaningful way to approach relationships? Then read this book because it illustrates exactly why dating sucks and leads to disappointment, while courtship offers a way to involve God in your love life. Courtship may seem like an outdated art-form of the 1800's, but its still very relevant today. Courtship offers a means to set boundaries, learn as much as you can about someone and then make an educated decision about their suitability as a lifelong mate. Filled with funny stories, anecdotes and real life examples, Why Dating Sucks & How Courtship Is Better is your go-to source for learning how to establish a successful relationship leading up to marriage and honor God in the process.
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D.S. Coleman is a writer, motivational speaker and author of Why Dating Sucks & How Courtship is Better. After doing the dating scene, experiencing heartbreak and living to tell the story - Desiree uses humor and candor to share her experiences and outline a blueprint for covenant relationships. Desiree is the founder of Courtship Challenge www.courtshipchallenge.com. The Courtship Challenge is a movement that offers real, relevant and relatable information to inspire singles to build God-focused relationships. As a regular contributor to a highly circulated relationships column and a featured writer in a variety of online magazines, Desiree offers audiences straight talk and principles to live by. She and her husband Rasheen live in St. Louis, Missouri with their beautiful daughters.
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Book Description Desiree Coleman, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 64 pages. 6.87x4.25x0.15 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk0615800262
Book Description Desiree Coleman, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Krystyna Ninh (illustrator). book. Bookseller Inventory # M0615800262