Back in those primitive years before the invention of helpful objects like cell phones that work underwater, boys chased girls. We planned for it, we paid for it, and we preened for it. Fathers began greeting these calls with the same enthusiasm we reserve for telemarketers. Rule 5: My son cannot use my minivan to drive you to a mall. My wife and I have discussed this, and, since we want to be fair and open-minded about it, you are free to show up in such attire, however, my wife will affix your clothing properly to your body with a glue gun.
But something happened a few short years ago: The roles reversed. Rule 8: Above all else, please remember that we've been praying for this boy since before God gave him breath, and we will continue to.
This may not be a brand "new rule," but it is important enough that it made the cut.
In this modern landscape of romance, there are more people multi-dating than ever.
If you're "the one," we've been praying for you, too. Until then we'll keep praying that both of you will pursue Jesus first, and watch everything else fall into place. S.: If you are a teenage girl who has read this and still has a smile on your face, go ahead and call. If you somehow get through, just remember that your call may be monitored by our Customer Service Department.