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  • Aimee "book lover, homeschooling, Christian A... says:
    105 of 109 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A nice general book, March 27, 2003
    This review is from: Devotions For Dating Couples: Building A Foundation For Spiritual Intimacy (Paperback)
    I like this book and recommend it as a starting place. My boyfreind and I are both strong adult christians with a view towards marriag and family. We attend church and consider God a foundation to us. However we were both a little shy about starting out to pray together, or read the bible together and so on. This book is a nice start. It is not overly heavy; each reading is short. It is not deep into theology nor does it preach. It is a nice easy starting point for us. Also I come from a more full-faith background while he is more consertive; this book has walked a nice middle ground.

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  • Amazon Customer "jessicaraefaithinhim" says:
    88 of 92 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome, June 17, 2004
    This review is from: Devotions For Dating Couples: Building A Foundation For Spiritual Intimacy (Paperback)
    Well, I don’t know about not getting anything out of this book if you’ve been a “long time” Christian. Aren’t we always supposed to be learning, seeking truth?
    Anyway, for any couple that feels they are ready to explore their individual spirituality with each other, this is a great way to start.
    My favorite part about this devotional was that each of us can do our devotionals on our own (which is great when you’re not married/living together and can’t necessarily nail down a time to be together every day of the week with work and school to balance) and then at the end of the week, we can discuss it together. This gives you time to really explore how you feel about the week, where you are spiritually, and where you’d like to be.
    I have another devotional which I didn’t particularly care for because it does not include any guidance questions. In “Devotions for Dating Couples” I love that guidance questions get us started, and then we continue the conversation into what we really enjoyed, learned, and how we can help each other.
    When I bought this book, I really didn’t know what I was buying… it was so much better than I thought it would be!
    * The week is set up so that you can do one devotion each day for five days, and the sixth day has questions to ask and discuss. The devotions are also very short and not as time consuming.
    **Buy two books so that you can each write comments, underline, and do the devotionals alone, then you will have your thoughts handy on Saturday (or any day of your choosing) to discuss the week!
    God Bless!

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  • B. C. Stanford says:
    75 of 84 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    A non-threatening primer, January 28, 2006
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    B. C. Stanford (Yuba City, CA USA) –
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    This review is from: Devotions For Dating Couples: Building A Foundation For Spiritual Intimacy (Paperback)
    My girlfriend and I were trying to find a book that would just help us get in the habit of doing devotions together and praying together, and for the most part, this book did the trick. While some of the topics covered will seem old-hat to people that have been raised Christian or been Christian for years, they sometimes serve as a nice “refresher course” – something every Christian needs now and then.

    Overall, I felt this book was very non-threatening, and a good way to accomplish the goal we were trying to meet. If you’re looking for a way to introduce devotions in to your relationship without making it seem like a chore or a source of conflict, this book is a good bet.

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