Whether it’s a Hallmark movies or the latest Netflix chick-flick, almost every girl loves a good love story.
But that’s all they are… stories.
True love takes intentionality, selflessness, and often unfolds in unconventional ways.
Whether the match was made through mutual friends, at an ice cream shop, or through an online dating site, these real life love stories remind us that it’s all about trusting God and His timing. Be patient, girl. True love is worth the wait.
Finding your one true love
Maybe you’ve spent years praying for your future spouse, or maybe you just started dating. Wherever you are in your love story, it can get discouraging when you compare real life to what you see on social media and the silver screen.
So we thought it was about time to fill our hearts and our minds with biblical encouragement and inspiring stories of true love.
We sent some Q&A to some of our favorite couples to get their advice on life, love, and keeping God at the center of it all. Including…
What qualities did you look for in a husband?
What’s your best advice to young women in dating relationships?
What’s your best advice for those pursuing sexual purity?
They share practical tips on physical boundaries, dish about their differences, and get real about the lessons they’ve learned along the way. Plus it’s a great excuse see their wedding photos because who doesn’t love looking at pictures of weddings?!
Here’s a sneak peek of the couples we’ll be highlighting:
Follow our series #truelovestories!
We interviewed some of our favorite couples to ask them what true love looks like. And we are so excited to introduce these stories to you. True love exists, and it’s worth the wait. #truelovestories #acrossmyheart
Reclaiming purity by writing God's Word across our hearts. We believe that God's ways are the best ways and living for Him means giving our whole life to Him... our mind, heart, body, and soul.
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