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Dating seems like it is unavoidable in high school ... but is it? Should students look for a significant other? When do they know that they are ready to go out on a date or enter into a serious relationship? The world of dating as a teenager is really confusing, and sadly, it doesn’t get any easier as you get older.

Dating is difficult. It’s difficult because it involves two broken people entering into a relationship that more than likely will end up broken off. Broken people create broken relationships that result in breaking up.

The hope for this series is not just to warn students about the perils of dating, but to provide them with an understanding of what it means to date as a Christian. This is coming from the angle that it is probably not best for students to date in high school—BUT, if they do date, then there is a right way and a wrong way to navigate a relationship.

Before the First Date - When am I ready to date?
The Intended Destination - What's the point of dating?
Chuck the Checklist - How do I know if he or she is "the one"?

This Resource Includes:
• Three word-for-word message message manuscripts (Word)
• Series overview
• Title and Background Slides (jpg)
• Social Media Title graphic (jpg)

Your Better Half

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A 3-week dating series for high schoolers, helping students understand what it means to date as a Christian.
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Jonathan Holmes

Jonathan is the Pastor of Student Ministries at Wildwood Community Church in Norman, OK. He graduated from Dallas Theological Seminary in 2013 with a ThM in Historical Theology and Spiritual Formation. He loves to read, teach, and play boardgames. Gospel-centered small group lessons and upfront messages are his specialty, but every once in a while a great group game will come his way!

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