Life can be tough, especially in college; you're at that age where you're not exactly an adult but also no longer a child. You're somewhere in between, possessing just enough freedom to do what you want while still being held responsible for the decisions you make about your future. You're always stressed out. You're going to get hurt, you're going to feel like dropping out or changing your mind, and you're even going to want to turn your back on me, your God, but I want to tell you this: your suffering is not in vain. I want you to know that everything you are going through is a lesson. It's all building you into a better person, a better you.
A Christian College’s Dating Rules
Dating after College and While Studying: Teens 👩🎓
Hopefully you can feel my excitement as I share theses bloggers that I think you will enjoy! I found this site by listening to a sermon from a young college student. She spoke about how this website and following the blog is a keystone for her and her classmates at the Christian University they attend. She gave some little nuggets she has learned along the way as a college student that is helping to grow as a leader in ministry and in school. As a mom of a high schooler, college is a constant topic in the house right now, so when she recommended to check out Growing Leaders I immediately went onto the site and become intrigued with it all. It is an amazing resource for Christian college students. It not only speaks about growing as a leader in this generation but it also stands on a biblical foundation.
Dating At A Christian college
You imagine a slew of idyllic scenarios bringing you and your soulmate together. At a Christian College, pre-conceived judgments and gossip, are rated at a whole different level. People love to point out the mistakes of others, especially when it comes to relationships and faith. Not only is outward self on the chopping block for others to ridicule, but so is their relationship with God.
There are all kinds of advice out there about dating today, but a lot of it is about dating in the world rather than Christian dating. Christians need to have a different attitude toward dating. However, even among Christians, there are differences as to whether you should or should not date. Non-Christians have a different perspective on dating.