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But it’s so hard for professional Orthodox young adults to meet one another. And although I worked in youth ministry, it was still complicated when it came to dating.
Our parish culture isn’t always merciful when young adults date.
When this happens, we say that we “have a crush” on this person, or we “like” this person, or we’re “in love with” this person. Even if a person is very attractive, are we just as inclined to want to be in a relationship with them if that person is mean and acts like a jerk?
Here is where our question comes in…There’s no doubt that love, to a degree, is an emotional response. We probably don’t have the same feelings for them after that, do we?
Those butterflies in our stomach are our blood rushing and hormones getting amped up. Is it just because we find the person physically attractive? The truth is that romantic love is just as much a spiritual response as it is a physical one.
When we find that we are “in love with” someone, part of it is because our soul wants to have a special relationship with that person.
We need to better equip teens to make good choices concerning sex and to be able to see through the multitude of sexual messages they receive on a daily basis.
The fact that only 5.57 percent of teens in the survey thought pre-marital sex was right is remarkable given the pervasive exploitation of young males and females in the media as sex objects and the constant portrayal of sex outside of marriage as normal and an everyday event without consequences. He understands that sometimes people need help along their journey. In other words, he understands that what he learned as a kid in Sunday school isn’t enough to make it through adulthood. Who is this guy and what kind of a website is he selling? So I was comforted to know that Adam wasn’t an obscure man selling an elusive online product. Adam has worked in youth ministry as a camp director through the Antiochian Archdiocese. Adam is in the Saint Stephens Certificate Program, an intensive three-year course is for laymen or clergy interested in a rigorous introduction to Orthodox faith and practice. The owner of is Adam Lowell Robert and this is what I’ve learned: Adam is employed by the Antiochian Archdiocese. (There is a book he wrote on the subject of evangelism, 100 Natural Ways to Grow A Church.) He’s so good at what he does; he even has a podcast and a blog on the subject. He responded almost immediately and as we chatted, I couldn’t have been more thrilled!
The dating period may be a lengthy period for some and for others may be brief.