Relationships: The Myths, the Madness and the Mark of Good Ones, part 2


Loneliness itself is not a problem, but what we do with that loneliness can be a significant issue. Explore several common relationship myths. God not only wants to meet your physical needs when dealing with loneliness, but also wants to provide for your spiritual needs through a relationship with Him.

Todd WagnerNov 16, 2001

About 'strait-talk'

The word ?strait? refers to a narrow channel connecting two large bodies of water. But it can also be used denote difficulty or distress. And let?s face it: Dating relationships, while usually a great source of fun and excitement, can often cause no small measure of pain and confusion. And they aren?t always the antidote to loneliness we anticipated.In this short series, Todd Wagner considers how God?s Word would answer these questions: 1) Is loneliness our greatest enemy? 2) What five kinds of people engage in relationships? 3) What are some of the myths we believe about relationships? 4) How do you define love? 5) How do you make good decisions when you?re dating someone? Discover some truths that will help you navigate these uncertain waters in a way that honors God and speaks of His faithfulness.