Years ago parents guided the process of who young singles should marry. Many families today are dysfunctional and solid advice on the subjects of dating and marriage is scarce. So who do young adults and singles turn to for counsel on how to go about the process of looking for a life long spouse? And how many people are using the Word of God to counsel others in their seeking a mate?
Chris and Adrienne have compiled a basic training manual for those looking for help on who and how to date. They investigate every scripture pertaining to relationships and explain how they relate to a 21st century, social media frenzied young adult. They give insight into how to treat the opposite sex in singleness and marriage. They tackle questions like:
What dating type should I avoid?
How will I know when I found the one?
How do I not end up like the disasters of mainstream America?
A compilation of inspiring devotionals that use life and combat situations to bring God's word to life.
You want the flare of your faith to burn as intensely as a fire on the battlefield. That means digging into God’s truth regardless of the chaos raging around you. These devotions are written by a man who had considered war something that someone else always did, and was then himself deployed to Iraq as a company commander. From the frontlines of the blackest days and in the face of inexplicable suffering, you’ll discover the heart of the question, “Why, God?” and its often unsettling answer. Because in war, as in contemporary America , reality involves struggle, trial, and triumph. Let God meet you in the midst of life’s nonsense to find the peace that is a crucial part of His impeccable plan.
In Is Love Wrong?, former US Army Captain and recent seminary graduate Chris Plekenpol tells the compelling story of his interactions with Don, a Gay Activist and AIDS Victim. Chris convinces Don to attend a Bible study at Dallas Theological Seminary and soon Don encounters Christ and His body in a powerful way that not only changes Don, but changes Chris and the Evangelical Community of Dallas.
In Stumbling Souls, former Army Captain and current seminary student, Chris Plekenpol, tells a compelling story of his interactions with a homosexual, HIV-positive, homeless man, James. Chris asks James to move in with him and then Chris and his friends try to get James back on his feet. In reality, James helps Chris get back on his feet by finding out what happens when believers risk living out their faith in a tangible way.