Search

Bent World

Tag

relationships

Relationships are not efficient

I recently returned from a missions trip to Hamburg, Germany.  What a marvelous trip; it is remarkable (though not surprising) to witness first hand and participate in what God is doing through the hamburgprojekt, a young church there.  With a... Continue Reading →

You won’t like this: K-I-S-S-I-N-G

I am doing some writing for a curriculum for young adults who are thinking about marriage.  Naturally (for me) K-I-S-S-I-N-G came up!  And I found a very interesting quote: Sexuality touches every area of human life; even something as simple... Continue Reading →

What does it mean…to be thoughtful?

Have you ever spoken with someone who just doesn't think?  Have you ever watched someone who just wasn't thinking about what they were doing?  It is a very strange phenomenon because it cannot be that people actually aren't thinking.  Especially... Continue Reading →

Brothers and sisters, not husbands and wives Part I

Religious people should act differently than non-religious people.  Among the reasons people engage in the religious cultus is the effect is has on living.  Seems logical, right?  Active participation in a set of practices motivated by unique beliefs should mark... Continue Reading →

Protecting (and running from) the Past

Seems like ancient history (almost) since I first blogged on K-I-S-S-I-N-G.  Well, a couple of recent conversations with friends have provoked me yet again (aren't you glad).  In that first post, I gave as some reasons to stray from PDA... Continue Reading →

We do what we were designed to do

Now that our cultural seizure is over, I want to return to considering relationships.  I know: can't wait, huh?  No need to wait any longer.... When I've considered and taught relationships, I started with our design.  If we want to... Continue Reading →

Wait to Smooch – #2

I am pleased with some of the comment-traffic that this is generating.  What is interesting is that many think PDA (pre-marital displays of affection) are really conscience issues.  I find that to be an interesting (and potentially significant) piece of... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑