She is a limited licensed professional counselor, certified addictions counselor, and certified biblical counselor with experience in individual, family, and group counseling.
Bill Butterworth is a communicator, addressing such clients as Disney, Microsoft, American Express, Ford, and teams in the National Football League. Bill’s books include Doug Easterday has ministered in over fifteen different nations on several topics, including forgiveness, marriage, and raising godly children. Emlet is a counselor at the Christian Counseling and Educational Foundation (CCEF) in Glenside, Pennsylvania.
Rob resides with his wife, Ashley, in Atlanta, Georgia.Rob's presentations feature relevant topics, such as: The Power of Pure Passion - Discovering the Longing of Your Heart Choose Your Passion - Determining the Best Person to Date The Bond of Passion - Appreciating Sex & Resisting Temptation Where's the Passion?- Dealing with the Pressure to Get Married"Rob Eagar helps singles no longer feel like second-class citizens.Single-again, he embarked on an awkward dating crusade, resulting in further frustration by his thirties.Tired of struggling, Eagar finally yielded to a new perspective that brought real contentment as a single and later a wonderful marriage to his wife, Ashley.His education includes a Bachelors Degree in Marketing from Auburn University, plus a Doctorate in Dating from the “School of Hard Knocks.” When Rob isn’t speaking, he loves to ride his mountain bike as fast as he can or play his drums as loud as possible (he has really nice neighbors).Rob resides with his wife, Ashley, in Atlanta, Georgia where they attend North Point Community Church. Jennifer was a disgruntled, single woman at my church.After finishing the book I would recommend it to anyone, even if you don't agree with everything he says, it does make you think about a lot of different things.As a single woman who has never had a relationship, it's hard to read books that talk about the relationship aspect and not enough I have to admit, from the first chapter of this book I wasn't too hip on it.This practical guide includes plenty o For Christian singles, spiritual union with Christ must be the foundation of all of their relationships—including dating relationships. The first chapter I found to be very helpful, encouraging, and Biblical...after that the theology got very shallow, and Eagar seems to want to simply take the worldly form of dating and modify it. courting) this book could be useful with it's ideas of where to meet Christian singles, locations for first dates, etc., but dating still doesn't seem to incl The messy game of dating. It's still one boy and one girl leaving alone and getting to know each other in a date like setting. But it's probably more important to know what someone is like at home, with the family gathered together, with a pile of dishes to be done, or when a child spills orange juice. I understand that some people might struggle with feeling guilty for feeling attracted to someone's appearance, and they could stand to learn that this is part of life, and it's not necessarily wrong.Rather than looking to people to meet needs only God can fulfill, readers will learn how to let Christ's sacrificial love ignite within them a passionate desire to share His love with a special person. Personally, it seems to me, that dating teaches one how to be good at dating. But to base any part of your relationship on the physical is flimsy.