John Piper has an excellent (and exhaustive!) list of questions that couples can ask each other before they are married. Whether or not our children can handle his list, it raises the question for the parents, “How will I equip my child to prepare for marriage? How will I equip my child to begin the process?”
I have learned from church conflict situations that the time to stress the value of church unity is when there is peace in the congregation. If I stress unity in the midst of a disagreement, it will seem I am telling people they must agree with me.
Similarly, the best time to prepare our children for what questions to ask in a relationship is before there is a relationship. If we […]