Christian dating for divoreced singles
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“When Madaline is out of the house I want to date, but I don’t know how.” Samantha has been divorced for only a year, but would like to start dating again even though her two boys are still in elementary school.
Like Jennifer, she needs some advice but is concerned about how she can make the transition into dating easy on her children. He’d like to date again, and some of his friends say he should start looking for a woman now — after all, he’s getting divorced soon.
She thought her lunch date had done the same, but she quickly discovered otherwise. During their lunch, his eyes filled with tears and anguish.
When Becky asked him how long he’d been divorced, he admitted that it wasn’t final yet, that he was living in the basement of the home that he and his wife shared, and that they’d only been separated for three weeks.
Perhaps you share their concerns, as you’re also wondering how you can reenter the dating world after divorce — and do so according to God’s standards. Divorce is the death of the dreams you had when you committed yourself “for better or for worse.” As a Christian, you can’t simply separate from your spouse one day and hit the dating field the next.
If you start dating prematurely, you could be hurting — rather than honoring — those you date.
When Becky was invited to lunch by a man she met at a bookstore, she was excited.
She was ready to date and had taken time to seek God and heal after her divorce three years earlier.
Unfortunately, Branden’s father abandoned him, so it’s understandable that he longs for a relationship with a father figure.
Whenever Sharon meets someone new, she hopes that “this is the one,” and Branden does, too.