00:00 Countdown 04:54 Intro & Salutations 09:03 Sexual Intercourse: A Sacred & Spiritual Act? 49:38 Having To Ask For Affection From Your Partner 1:05:38 Be Gentle With Me 1:19:34 The Engagement Ring 1:27:53 Secret Santa Pettiness 1:33:12 Announcements 1:36:21 Outro
00:00 Countdown 04:46 Intro 07:19 Is It Time To Redo Your Dating Checklist? 41:00 What Does ‘What Do You Bring To The Table’ Really Mean? 53:35 Let’s Split The Restaurant Bill 1:05:00 Announcements 1:06:21 Outro
During the dozen or so years of managing these two groups, members have lamented about the lack of good, quality suitors to pursue a viable long-term relationship with. Then, when they think they’ve found Mr. or Miss. Right, things just don’t turn out right and thus ends that experiment.
Are we as single men and women, more specifically Christian men and women, doing something wrong?
Granted, there are times when a relationship or even an attempt at a relationship goes south, the other party is rightfully to blame for the breakup. We get that.
However, how often do we accept the responsibility on our part concerning not only the breakup but even the failed attempts of obtaining a romantic relationship?
Maybe the dating scene isn’t as organic as we thought it was. Maybe we may need training in this particular area in our lives.
Chew on this: We as human beings receive training in nearly every aspect of our lives, from simple things such as housekeeping to major things like financial management. If we expand this to a Christian perspective, we receive training at our local assemblies on various ministries such a being a Church School teacher or even as a counselor.
So why not accept training in dating?
Surprisingly, not many people realize that simple things as etiquette, appearance and even culture can make a huge difference in just attracting that potential suitor. There are folks out there that are expecting to obtain a genuine diamond, all the while they’re presenting themselves as cubic zirconia.
These days, training may be in order.
If it’s the Lord’s will, I’ll have more about this topic on this week’s edition of SBC Tuesday Talk at 9:05 p.m. eastern time and we can discuss this topic further.
Brothers of SBC and SBCC, you have to come through.
This Saturday is our second (or third, I can’t remember) Seven-Day Connection Challenge and the Sisters of SBC and SBCC are showing up in full force. They’re seeking a Brother whom they can converse with for the next seven days beginning Sunday, November 7th.
The Seven-Day Connection Challenge is an activity where a man and a woman, with whom they’ve had little to no prior interaction, talk to each other for a minimum of 30 minutes per day for seven days. The purpose of this activity is another way to make a connection for the members, which may happen. If not, a good friendship may be the result!
Brothers, if there’s ever a time for you all to step, now is the time!
The Sisters understandably doubt your sincerity about seeking a life-long partner in the group and to be quite honest, I don’t blame them. They feel that too many games are being played. They’re almost convinced that waiting on you fellas is a complete waste of their valuable time.
This weekend, you can prove them wrong and possibly make a new friend in the process.
Your participation in this weekend’s Seven-Day Connection Challenge is crucial. During our Challenge, a couple took the plunge and eventually married each other!
Brothers of SBC and SBCC, join us this Saturday evening. You may meet that helpmeet you’ve always been seeking.