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Explore Spread The Word's board "Dating Ideas and Advice For Christians" on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Christian, Christianity and Christians. Here are 10 Cool First Date Ideas For Christian Singles that provide the right balance of Previous article5 Tips For Getting Through the 5 Stages of Grief. for Great Dates, by Pam and Bill Farrel - Christian Marriage advice and help. Find biblical, helpful Christian resources relating to marriage at Here is a list of free or nearly free ideas to make your dating a pure pleasure: 1.
Look for Him at work in your interactions with others, and have a good time. Leave with No Regrets: The easiest way to live a life of little regret is to make good choices.
Making good choices involves setting healthy boundaries and limits in your emotional and physical exchanges with others. The best way to enjoy healthy dating is to do it in a way that leaves you with no regrets. Take the Next Step: That may mean planning another date, or making the deliberate decision not to.
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But either way, make a deliberate choice to reflect the character of God in all your actions and interactions with the opposite sex. And remember to have a good time! Share, Retweet, and Like if you agree! Bowling is another activity that can teach you a lot about your date in a casual and fun environment. For example, is your date super competitive?
Does your date laugh off mistakes? How does your date handle winning or losing? Does he brag or show signs of a sore loser? Picnic in a Park or Garden Bring a blanket and picnic basket filled with goodies snacks, fresh lemonade, wine and cheese, or a full meal and get to know each other in a romantic, yet laid-back, atmosphere.
Focus on building genuine interest and conversation while enjoying the outdoors. Watch the sunset or gaze at the stars for an extra boost of romance. Dinner dates may create more pressure to maintain eye contact and keep a conversation going, but they also work well as an opportunity to see if you are compatible and attracted to each other. You can learn a lot about someone by how he or she treats the restaurant staff.
As you can see, there are endless first date ideas that are cute, fun, lighthearted, and budget-friendly. Below are some ideas that go beyond the usual dinner and a movie. Many involve little or no cost. Not all dates have to involve going out, but if you have young children, getting a break from the kids is a stress release in itself.
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Getting a babysitter, however, can be a burden. Alternate who gets the sitter and develop a pool of sitters. Try star gazing in your own back yard or out in the country. Just bring a blanket and gaze upwards together.
Go to a public place a train station, airport lobby, downtown gathering place and people watch. If you see someone who looks sad or distressed say a prayer or lend a hand. Each spouse privately creates a funny costume from what you have around the house. Then come together and reveal. Make a big pile and jump in them.
Let go of any inhibitions about being neat and tidy. Find someone who does and volunteer to rake theirs. Find an empty, open church. Sit, kneel, explore, pray.
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Let peace and reverence seep into your being. Quietly pray for each other. If you like, discuss your deepest spiritual beliefs afterwards. You can even dramatize your role as servant.
Just make sure that you alternate the favor sometime soon. Turn off your cell phones, computer, the TV, and the lights. Cheap Dates Go to an amusement park or arcade.
Go without the kids and BE kids again. Do those silly arcade games like skee ball or whack-a-mole. Impress your spouse with your strength or cunning…or laugh at your ineptitude. Play a game from your childhood — croquet, badminton, hide and seek, miniature golf. Reminisce and be playful together.12 FUN THINGS TO DO AS AN UNMARRIED CHRISTIAN COUPLE - Courtship Class 11
Look around your city and do the things a tourist might do — go to an overlook, a quaint neighborhood, the botanical gardens, a museum, whatever is special about your hometown. Inspired by Co-op America.
Build something together — ice cream sundaes, a pizza with your favorite toppings, a tower of blocks.
Perhaps you will find a chuckle over the odd or weird combinations that reflect your different approaches to food, building, and life.