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Now I'm 22 and still single but perhaps a tad more wiser in my approach.
It's not like I'm buring with desire but I'm sure if/when I find her (warts and all) I'll find a good thing. Thanks for the review." -- Steven - posted on AMAlex and Marni Chediak show that it is more important to become a certain type of person than it is to find a certain type of person.
That said, women can also (perhaps unwittingly) make the mistake of settting unrealistic expectations.
Many woman, for example, believe that there must be a "perfect match" for them out there, and its their job to wait for them.
It is clearly written, God-centered, and its message is so true and right.
Our eighteen year-old daughter just read it and restrained herself from underlining nearly the whole thing!
Alex and Marni Chediak show that it is more important to become a certain type of person than it is to find a certain type of person.
They offer wise guidance in how we should go about choosing a partner. God - get that straight and everything else will fall in place, miss it and nothing works.
When I was around 12 years old I decided to focus on becoming the man that a woman could marry rather than just a hot date.Christians young and old, single and married, will find help in this concise book.' -- R.Albert Mohler Jr., President, The Southern Baptist Seminary, Louisville "Alex Chediak has done a great service for anyone seeking guidance on how to handle singleness, dating and marriage for the glory of God.Unlike many similar works written by Christians, the Chediaks do not advocate going back to the "good ol' days." Much of what passes today for "Biblical patterns of courtship" is, after all, simply the cultural norms of 19th century America.Instead, the Chediaks carefully delineate between biblical principle and optional cultural and societal norms and show how that must guide our choices.