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Engage: Rethinking How We Walk Down The Aisle

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"Who gives this woman?" These words have been spoken at thousands of wedding ceremonies, but do they hold any meaning in our modern culture? Have our daughters already given themselves away? In this book, authors Rob Whitacre and Brad Harrub encourage parents and single Christians to take a critical look at the modern dating system, and consider a more Biblical approach to ...more
Paperback, 134 pages
Published 2013 by FOCUS Press
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Mar 27, 2016 Melissa rated it liked it
Great ideas to consider when raising a family. It doesn't seem to written out of arrogance but out of true concern for the future of their children's purity and marriages. I do believe the dating scene is lacking in it's intentions and isn't the best method for most. This book gives insight into an alternative that has biblical concepts without being pushy. A good read for any parent or parent-to-be.
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