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Finally, a no-holds-barred word on dating, preparing for marriage and maximizing singleness from someone who’s actually living it. Anderson calls out the passivity and confusion that can exist in Christian singles circles, and -- without naming names -- points to the dysfunctional side of how the courtship model can paralyze people into being unable to date healthily in order to just get to know another person.

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And if you’ve never met Lisa, reading this book will make you feel like you have!

I bought Lisa Anderson’s book “The Dating Manifesto” at the Pursuit conference last month after hearing her talk about it at the conference the previous year and on The Boundless Show. It was such an encouraging read, like talking with a wise friend over a cup of coffee.

(I'm a total sucker for those "Amazon Kindle Deal" tweets.) Also, I read this in two days.

He's number one."Definitely worth the kindle price.

The chapter on grief was easily the hardest chapter to read because I don't think we allow ourselves to grieve the end of a relationship; society tells us "you're better without them, move on," but when you've invested time into someone its natural to grieve the end of that relationship.

This book challenges you to evaluate yourself and your dating patterns while laying out her own history to offer encouragement that you're not alone. Don't be that guy."CONVICTING: "Folks, life does not begin at marriage... If he's not scrambling to treat you with care, win your heart and claim you for his own, he doesn't deserve your special attention. Men, passivity is the ultimate in all-around lameness. If He has marriage in your future, it will be to a guy who knows you're worth pursuing or a girl who sees your value as pursuer. I thought I'd be fulfilling some kind of rockin' calling with a hopelessly devoted, incredibly hot, and financially secure husband who happened to be ridiculously godly... And if you’ve never met Lisa, reading this book will make you feel like you have! “The Dating Manifesto” is chock full of humorous anecdotes, as well as plenty of advice on what to do and what I bought Lisa Anderson’s book “The Dating Manifesto” at the Pursuit conference last month after hearing her talk about it at the conference the previous year and on The Boundless Show. It was such an encouraging read, like talking with a wise friend over a cup of coffee. Your relationship with Christ is bigger and better than any of your other relationships.