Andy stanley love sex and dating part 3

23-Jun-2014 03:48 by 8 Comments

Andy stanley love sex and dating part 3

“One of the reasons I wrote this book was to challenge singles to at least consider, ‘Maybe I need to prepare,'” Stanley said.

And we've heard actors thank God when receiving awards.

'” The time-slot led to intrigue and a decision to take the affiliate up on the offer, which, in turn, has provided Stanley and North Point Community Church with a robust channel through which they can spread a biblical message, reaching out to an entirely new audience.

“That’s a group of people who generally aren’t going to get up and make service,” he said.

“The posture of evangelical churches then was more of a fortress …

it was a bit more about building walls [than] building bridges,” he said.

Obviously, I’m a Christian I take the New Testament so seriously, but I think there are some broad principles that increase everyone’s relational [experience].” He said he’s hoping to bring broad principles to readers that will assist them in dealing with their romantic relationships.

The preacher acknowledged that, in the modern era, “sex sells,” noting that the marketplace is touting a form of sex in which the act is treated as if there is no emotion or consequences.In the meantime, Stanley’s latest book project, “The New Rules For Love, Sex and Dating,” is also tackling some intriguing territory, promising to address the “challenges, assumptions, and land mines associated with dating in the twenty-first century.” He told The Blaze that he’s hoping that the book inspires readers with some practical and useful relationship advice.“Every time I speak on this publicly the response is overwhelming — not because I’m qualified, but these are common sense things that, when it comes to relationships, common sense isn’t all that common,” Stanley said.“We got really excited about that, and we had been extremely successful.” In fact, Stanley, whose father is famed preacher Charles Stanley, said that “Your Move” generally retains between 65 and 75 percent of viewers after “Saturday Night Live” airs each week, which is impressive considering the vast differences in content between the popular comedy show and Stanley’s uplifting sermons. We get the most interesting email and mail,” Stanley said.The experiment has brought with it entirely new audiences and venues for the pastor’s message. “There are a lot of bars and clubs that put ‘SNL’ on and have subtitle and captioning on, and I get pictures of people in bars and clubs.” The popular preacher welcomes all of this uncommon ministry space, as he loves “taking to unchurched people.” And “Saturday Night Live” might not be the end of Stanley’s game plan, either, as he said that he’s currently looking at other late-night opportunities to potentially expand his unique outreach to the masses.In this weekly 30-minute message from Andy, you will discover how to make better decisions and live with fewer regrets. In this episode, Andy tells us what Jesus doesn't offer us, and more importantly, what he DOES offer us.