Q & A

Q: It’s my decision who I choose to marry and God isn’t doing that for me. So how do I not look for "the one" all the time, especially when I really have the desire to find my husband soon? A: The same way you make all...

Q: Is it okay for a girl to pursue a guy? A: I believe that its not only okay but necessary for the relationship. I believe both man and woman need to learn how to pursue each other. We don’t pursue out of trying to win...

Q: How do you build non-physical intimacy in a relationship? A: The simple answer is stop or limit your physical intimacy. Many times we can lean on physical intimacy because we do not feel comfortable in our emotional or spiritual intimacy. By limiting our physical contact,...

Q: How do guys be vigilant on being sensitive about women’s feelings? A: Practicing truthfulness in kindness and compassion is a great place to start in becoming more sensitive with women’s feelings. Being truthful in love is how God designed all of us to communicate, which...

Q: When women play “hard to get” does it actually keep men interested? A: Being your genuine self is the most attractive person you can be. If your goal truly is to keep men interested, there’s all kinds of things you can do, but intimacy isn’t about...

Q: How should a guy initiate a relationship with a woman? A: Begin by getting to know her. It sounds simple, but so many people get tangled up in commitment, romance and thoughts of the “one” before they even give themselves time to know somebody. How...

Q: When is a good time to bring up your sexual past in a relationship? A: Not too early and not too late. Sharing important information about our past is a vital part to a growing committed relationship. It isn’t, however, necessary to share all of...

Q: How do you know when a guy is really interested in you as a person vs. only truly interested in getting sexual needs met? A: Keep your boundaries, especially your physical boundaries. Give the relationship a chance to build from connection, communication and intimacy rather...