Orthodox church dating
One of our goals ought to be to develop within the hearts and minds of teens that virginity is something very good, something to strive for until marriage, and something not to be embarrassed about possessing, but in fact an accomplishment to be proud of keeping.We want them to remain virgin until marriage, not simply because they did what they were asked in not having sex, but that they valued themselves, the person they will marry, their relationship with God, and sex itself.
I've always said I'd marry an (Greek) Orthodox Christian, only because it would mean a great deal to me to raise my family according to how I believe. Are you saying that you're worried about marrying a non-Greek Orthodox? It's sometimes difficult to express to single young folks just how difficult it is to keep marriages together in modern society, AND then it's even more difficult to have a Christ-centered family life on top of that. And no, I would never marry anyone who's Prottestant or any other group 'claiming' any belief in Christ.Heck, even an Orthodox/Orthodox marriage if they can't be willing to use the same calendar (New vs. Will she be feasting when I'm fasting and vice versa? In my case, my wife had to change rite from Western to Eastern Catholic.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?