Letters to a Romantic on Dating
Foreword by Heath Lambert
It’s no secret that this stage of life is a tough one! The dating process is complicated and confusing—and that’s before difficulties like how to graciously decline a date, how to guard your bodies and hearts, and how to deal with sexual sin in your past.
But we are writing you with great news! God cares about you and your relationships, and his Word shares meaningful and practical advice. Sean Perron and Spencer Harmon, along with their wives, Jenny and Taylor, have written you several letters to guide you through this season of dating—each one is short, practical, and relevant, and contains discussion questions to help you apply it even more personally.
Whether you are struggling with singleness, enduring a breakup, embarking on a new relationship, or even making the final step toward engagement, opening up these letters will help you to start some helpful, God-honoring conversations.
“If you want rock-solid biblical guidance on dating . . . if you want to think wisely and practically about how to handle a first date, parents, breaking up, pornography, kissing, past sexual history, or declining a date . . . if you want to honor Christ with your dating relationships . . . read this book. I can’t wait to put it into the hands of singles in my church!”
—Deepak Reju, Pastor of Biblical Counseling and Family Ministry, Capitol Hill Baptist Church, Washington, DC; Author, On Guard and The Pastor and Counseling
“Christian men and women who are seeking to understand how to make godly decisions concerning dating need to carefully study the wisdom of this book. . . . You will be surprised at the practical wisdom this book gives. We highly recommend it to you.”
—John D. Street and Janie L. Street, Authors, The Biblical Counseling Guide for Women
More Endorsements for Letters to a Romantic: On Dating
“A treasure trove of biblically based practical information.”
“Make a date with these books before booking a date.”
—Robert J. Morgan
“Perron and Harmon have done an exceptional job.”