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What’s Love Got To Do With It? This was a profound question asked by Tina Turner and can still be asked today. When in comes to relationships how important is love? How important is it that we love who God created us to be and who God created someone else to be? Below you will find information to help you love yourself, show love to others and receive love from others.

Resources for Singles

Resources for Couples

Single

Stop Trying to Change the People You Love..ARTICLE
If you’re in a relationship with someone who is depending on you to help him or her change, it’s not going to happen. That is beyond your ability. You can’t change another person for the better any more than that person can change you. People will change when they decide to change. Read more
The Lie About Falling in Love..ARTICLE
So often “falling in love” is described as a one-dimensional feeling or experience. But it’s a definition that falls flat, because it fails to take into consideration the deeper aspects of will, choice and wisdom involved in finding love. Read more
Books
boundaries_in_dating Boundaries in Dating
Having boundaries while dating is critical and sticking to them is a must! This is a great book to read Boundaries in Dating: How Healthy Choices Grow Healthy Relationships by Dr. Henry Cloud & Dr. John Townsend Some great tips include: Get the Book!
Waiting and Dating: A Sensible Guide to a Fulfilling Love Relationship
In “Waiting and Dating”, you will learn: the importance of sharing your faith in God; the need for personal wholeness; the importance of true friendship in a relationship; the myths of finding the right person; how to discern the right mate; Much, much more!
Every Single Man’s Battle
You’re bombarded by sexual images. You’re constantly battling inner urges. You want to do right-in fact, you want to meet God’s standard of avoiding any hint of sexual immorality. But accomplishing that goal is a challenge.
If you are a single man struggling to remain sexually pure, you are not alone.
Every Single Woman’s Battle
Remaining pure while single isn’t easy in a culture that encourages women to use their bodies to gain power and personal fulfillment. The longing for emotional and physical connection can gradually and subtly lead you into compromises you never intended to make. But you can resist the pressures-or reclaim your purity-by building a strong foundation of integrity.
Restored Lives: Recovery from Divorce and Separation
Is a bad breakup causing you emotional and spiritual pain? Regain your self-confidence and rebuild your life with Castenskiold’s helpful guide! Revealing how to move forward as a single person, he highlights the importance of forgiveness, good communication with your ex-partner, positive ways to handle conflict, the establishment of new relationships, and more. 256 pages, softcover from Monarch.

 

Couples

Preparing for Marriage: Discover God’s Plan for a Lifetime of Love
In the zany months leading up to your wedding, it’s easy to get distracted by bridesmaid dresses and honeymoon arrangements. This guide will help you focus on what’s truly important: a thriving Christ-centered relationship. Take time for eight fun, romantic studies and lay the foundation for a godly marriage!
Happy Habits for Every Couple: 21 Days to a Better Relationship
Improve your relationship in just 21 days! In Happy Habits for Every Couple. Roger and Kathi Lipp show you fun and practical ways to improve your marriage by putting love and laughter back into it. Follow this 21-day plan and get the boost you need to bring you closer together.
Loveology: God. Love. Marriage. Sex. And the Never-Ending Story of Male and Female
In Loveology John Mark Comer, popular pastor and speaker, breaks down what relationships are all about. Sex, love, marriage, romance, dating and singleness – what went wrong after the Garden of Eden beginning? God thought the whole thing up – what does he have to say to us now? Learn a new theology of love that could change everything for you.
The Fighting Marriage
In The Fighting Marriage, uncover the causes of conflict, learn how to have a “good” fight, find ways to keep talking, and discover the art of confronting in a caring and loving way. This study contains four sessions, each with four main components.