Christian dating guidelines for teenagers
However, Dennis Rainey, CEO of Family Life, discourages any one-on-one dating until after high school.
I’m not sure that means singles never kiss someone they’re dating.
We had a great discussion about how Christians should date last Saturday on Up For Debate.
However, one topic we didn’t get to discuss was how parents should navigate dating with their teenage children.
May God grant you lots of wisdom and grace as you approach this awesome responsibility.
Mark Gregston, host of Parenting Today’s Teens, suggests parents should allow their children to date one-on-one at age 16.
For most non-Christians, dating doesn’t have to accompany sex, but sex almost always accompanies dating.