Single, Dating, Engaged, Married

Single, Dating, Engaged, Married

Like a sailor on turbulent seas, we need to look up and see the North Star: the fixed points in the sky whereby we might navigate the objective realities in life. We need the skill-set to know how to journey through life and how to select the right people to journey alongside. In this series, we will chart a course through the four relational phases that the vast majority of human beings on the planet will pass through in their twenties: singleness, dating, engaged and married. In each of these phases, we will look at what eternal purposes should be pursued in each stage, and how to pursue them.

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Single, Dating, Engaged, Married
  • Who to Date

    Pastor Ben Stuart continues our series on relationships with a message about dating. It is not a status we sit in — it is a process we walk through! Dating exists for the purpose of evaluating whether or not you are supposed to run alongside a person for the rest of your life. In the process of e...

  • How to Date

    Continuing our series Single, Dating, Engaged, Married, Pastor Ben Stuart challenges the way dating is viewed in our culture today and gives us 7 things to consider in the dating process.

  • Engaged: How To Know That You Know

    How do you know that you’ve met the person you’re supposed to spend your life with? What are things we should see in a relationship that give us this confidence? This week, continuing our Single, Dating, Engaged, Married series, Pastor Ben Stuart gives us specific things to look for as you evalua...

  • The Best Marriage

    Continuing our Single, Dating, Engaged, Married series, Pastor Ben Stuart teaches on marriage, and reminds us that marriage was designed by God to display something about God!

  • Marriage on Mission

    Closing out the Single, Dating, Engaged, Married series, Pastor Ben Stuart encourages us to look at the lives of Priscilla and Aquila as we evaluate what it means to have a marriage that is on mission. The strongest unity is formed by a mutual commitment to a common cause, and there are three spe...