CornerstoneDad Podcast #14 – Purity Roundtable Discussion Part II: Mom, Sister and Wife Give Advice On Being Single, Dating, and Marriage

Consider this the Anti-Rollo Edition!

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Another classic episode!

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Topics we hit this episode include:

My wife is given a new name!

Are Christian’s too “stuffy” about sex?

Does Just ‘DON’T Do It’ work?

Advice from the seasoned women, to the less-seasoned women of today.

What should you look for in a possible father for your child?

Can you trust your heart?

Does homeschooling and arranged marriages go hand-and-hand?

What was dating like for my mother?

Why being afraid of the man-of-the-house can be a good thing.

Do women now-a-days REALLY want men to be the spiritual leaders in their household?

What is the single woman to do if there is no man around to be the spiritual leader in the home?

Will a man make you give up church?

How can you bring holiness to your household?

Advice if you are married to an unbelieving spouse?

Feedback always appreciated!

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6 thoughts on “CornerstoneDad Podcast #14 – Purity Roundtable Discussion Part II: Mom, Sister and Wife Give Advice On Being Single, Dating, and Marriage

  1. First of all, I wanna say that it was so good to hear auntie’s voice! I miss yall! I gotta get back home soon! Anyways, I really enjoyed this! You all make very interesting points on a variety of interesting subjects. The point about fathers not being in the same home as their daughters really struck a chord with me because of my situation with my daughter. All I can do is pray, pray, pray, and lay a good foundation with the time and resources that I have. I feel pretty confident in where she’s headed though.

    I also wanted to comment on the women. I met a woman that made me want to be a better man. Not just a “better man”, but a more spiritual man, a more confident man, a more loving man, and most of all, a more Christ-like man. Now I’ve met women that made me want to change, but it was never for anything good. This woman is different. She is very strong in faith & lives her life to please the Lord. As someone who had fallen away, watching her daily made me want to know God again.

    She also believes that the man should be the spiritual leader of the marriage and family. I’d wanna marry her, so I pray that He makes me into a man worthy of leading a woman like that. I used to think Proverbs 18:22, “He who finds a wife finds a good thing, and obtains favor from the Lord” was about being married. Now I understand that it means that a woman should already have the qualities and character of a wife when you meet her. You shouldn’t have to change her into something that she isn’t. As a manager, my rule was that promoting someone into a leadership position should always be a no-brainer. It shouldn’t be a project or experiment. This girl is a no-brainer. She is virtuous. She is everything a wife should be.

    In conclusion, I just want to say that this girl didn’t even know that she affected me in such a way because she wasn’t doing it for that reason. She was only living her life for Christ. That is what we all should be doing & I believe he will provide us with the help-mate that we need.

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    1. Man, thanks for the terrific response! It sounds you have some tremendous experience from the male side. A woman that draws a man closer to God is the ultimate thing and a true virtue indeed. I think we need to have you on the show to share more of your story!

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      1. No doubt! This girl isn’t mine….yet, but more importantly, even if we never get together, she made an impact on my life by the way she lives hers. That’s what I hope to do for someone else. That’s also what we all should strive for & in the process, I believe He will bring someone into our lives.

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