The Do's and Don'ts of Dating is a book especially for dating-age guys who are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It includes tips on dating, advice to guys from dating-age girls, quotes from LDS Church leaders, stories and examples from the scriptures, real-life dating experiences from people of all ages, and the results of hundreds of surveys taken by LDS girls to let guys know what LDS girls really think and what they really want in and on a date. From the time a guy asks a girl out to the time he returns her home, this book is a reference for guys every step of the way. It will help them fine-tune their dating skills, make decisions that will please their Heavenly Father, and have good, clean, wholesome fun!
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Blair and Tristan Tolman met at BYU where they worked for the Especially for Youth program as counselors and speakers. They share a love for youth and are highly involved in the lives of young people in church and community organizations. Blair has a Bachelor's Degree from Brigham Young University and a Master's Degree from Utah State University. Tristan enjoys being a homemaker and mother to their five children. They live in Lehi, Utah.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
"Noel, how do you do it? How can you be so cheerful all the time? You never seem to lose hope, even in the midst of despair."
Gathering his thoughts and strength at the same time, he picked his words carefully and said, "It's really quite easy. I love life and I love people. Dr. Stone, if Christ gave us anything, He gave us the gift of love. If we carry it with us all the time, it has the power to change our lives."
"Whenever I ask you any question, you always answer with an oration about Christ. Does everything about you revolve around Christ?" she asked for understanding.
Laying his head back against his pillow, he weighed his comments. He wanted to make sure she could discern them as he said, "That's a difficult question to answer, Dr. Stone. I would like to say yes, because I want Him to be the focal point of my life. But sometimes I'm weak and I let other things interfere. I can say that I try to make my life revolve around Him, but it's not easy."
"Well, you do that better than anyone I have ever known," she observed.
"That's very kind of you, Dr. Stone, but all I do is try to keep Christmas in my heart every day."
"Wait a minute. What do pine trees and opening presents have to do with this?"
"Dr. Stone, it's not just opening presents and decorating trees. Christmas is a symbol which represents everything Christ taught us. You see, He was born so long ago, it's easy for us to place Him on the shelf with all of our other decorations when it is over. What I try to do is keep Christmas in my heart every day."
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Book Description Legacy Book Pub Inc, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110965583589
Book Description Legacy Book Pub Inc, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0965583589