Going all the Way: Q and A Top Questions

We’re wrapping up a series at Rev called Going all the Way. This past Wednesday as well as the weekend we had the Rev staff and 2 of our leaders answer students questions on sex, dating, and the single life. Here are some of the best questions we got:

  1. How much does a kiss mean to you?
  2. Is it ok for gays to have parades or whatever according to God?
  3. How far is too far?
  4. How do you know when you’ve found “the one”
  5. How do you tell someone you don’t love them when they tell you they love you?
  6. Is masturbation ok?
  7. How sacred is marriage? If it’s so sacred how did it get so demoralized in our culture? What is God’s view of marriage?
  8. Where do we need to get our love? Not the dating kind, but the kind where you know who you are and than you’re loved and that we’re important…and how?
  9. What sort of situations should you avoid being in with the opposite sex?
  10. How do I get over the brokenness of breaking off a bad relationship?
  11. My entire family has never abstained from sex before marriage. How do I keep myself pure when I’m surrounded by that negative influence?
  12. Is sex before marriage ok if you’ve been together a long time or if you’re engaged (you know you’ll be with them the rest of your life.)
  13. What do you do if you have a bf/gf and your parents don’t know about it?
  14. Is it possible for relationships that aren’t God-centered to survive? How does our society do it?
  15. What are some specific standards and boundaries in your relationships with others of the opposite sex?
  16. What if one of your friends cheated on their bf/gf… what do you do?
  17. What is the difference/line between infatuation and real love?
  18. What do you do if your parents are encouraging you to wear make up and date the “right” guys for your reputation?
  19. How do you get over a broken heart?
  20. Where do you see most people “miss it” when it comes to dating?
  21. What if I’ve had sex with my bf/gf and can’t stop… I know it’s wrong, but it’s so hard. What can I do?
  22. What if I’m in a relationship I know I shouldn’t be in, but I’m afraid to break it off?

Some great questions and there were many more… these were students 12-18 years old… it’s cool to see they’re interested in what God has to say on these subjects! The podcasts should be up soon if you’d like to listen…

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