How to Relate to Guys in a Healthy, Sane, and Biblical Way
Ever been confused about friendships with boys? How does a girl handle crushes? How friendly is being too friendly? How close is too close? Or, what do you do when a guy is being way too friendly? And what do guys think about all this? What does it mean to be a “sister, in all purity”? (1 Timothy 5:2)
Guy-girl relationships have always been complicated, but perhaps never more so than today. It’s Not That Complicated is a humorous, hopeful, and deeply thought-provoking new look at guy-girl relationships in our times.
Dealing practically with such complications as online interaction, Hollywood expectations, undefined relationships, and unrequited love, the Botkin sisters offer enduring biblical principles that can make it all much simpler.
“How do young men and young women interact with one another when marriage is not in view? Can young men and young women be ‘friends’? And how does a young woman guard her heart, preserve her purity, and walk in integrity without treating young men with disdain? In It’s Not That Complicated, Anna Sofia and Elizabeth Botkin address these and other questions with wisdom, grace, transparency, and biblical acuity.” — Dr. Voddie Baucham Jr., Pastor, Grace Family Baptist Church, Spring, Texas and author of many books on relationships
About the Authors
Anna Sofia and Elizabeth Botkin are the authors of So Much More and It’s Not That Complicated, producers of the documentary Return of the Daughters and the Reclaiming Beauty Study Course. More importantly, they’re the daughters of Geoffrey and Victoria Botkin, and live and work with their family in central Tennessee.