We just finished our first annual"Relationships Panel", in which we had three married couples briefly share their dating-married experience, then do Q&A for nearly two hours.
It went off with a bang, we packed the parlor (in the church) with 30-40 students, and the time was very clearly a helpful time. We split off into guy/gal groups separately, the husbands sharing with one and the wives with the other, then switching the husband/wife location, speaking to the opposite gender. It went really well, and has caused some continued serious discussion and exploration of what it means to "date", how marriage works, etc.
There are always* relationship questions in college aged' minds. They have a perennial need for wisdom, for they don't start with very much in this area, no thanks for our cultural confusion surrounding man/woman and what God calls us to.
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