Their laughter had dulled, and their distance had grown. Though Tim and Jess are Christians, their dating and engagement were marked with sexual impurity.Though the early days of their relationship had been fine, over time they made consistent compromises that developed into a deeper pattern of sexual sin.Tim and Jess had only been married for eight months, but the honeymoon was most certainly over. As I unpacked some of the couple's history, I discovered he hadn't sabotaged them on their honeymoon, nor in the early months of figuring out married life.
” A: First of all, I’m thankful that this couple is concerned about it.However, every time we try to stay pure we end up slipping up.What makes matters worse is that I am currently four hours away at school and every time we see each after being apart a week or two (even when we have had full intentions of not being sexual) we end up falling into our old habits.Our challenge then becomes, what do we do with these desires? Some Christians think that everything but vaginal sex is okay.Others argue that sex includes more than vaginal sex. In this post, I will answer ‘How Far is Too Far,’ share some personal stories, and provide some practical tips to live out purity in dating.