The Hunt: On Pursuit for You

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He loves me, he loves me not, he loves me, he loves me not.Okay ladies, put down the flowers and let’s talk.

Let’s have a conversation about that subject that a lot of us hate to talk about, yet a majority of our conversations are centered on it. That’s right, this month we will be talking about relationships. However, it is time we take a new perspective on this topic. So let’s put the chick flicks down, put away all the love stories, and approach this subject with fresh eyes.

We think about the filtered Instagram photos, the cute Pinterest dates, and the naming of our nonexistent children. Click To Tweet

When we think about relationships we think about the edited versions of relationships. We think about the filtered Instagram photos, the cute Pinterest dates, and the naming of our nonexistent children. However, what we don’t think about is the disagreements that will happen. Nor do we think about the fact that you now not only get to enjoy the good times with that person, but you also have to endure trials with that person. It is not always going to be rainbows and daisies. Relationships are hard. So before we rush to find a one, why don’t we prepare ourselves? Let’s find who we are in Christ and not be in such a rush to embark on a relationship. Let’s deal with ourselves before we take on someone else.

So ladies, here it goes. Embark on this journey with us through what the world has declared “the love month.” We have spoken to the guys themselves and we are excited. We are excited to encourage you and grow with you.

This series is titled “The Hunt: On the Pursuit For You”.

“The Hunt” is the process of finding someone to spend the rest of your life with. How the hunt is conducted will determine the direction of the relationship. The Christian’s hunt must focus on becoming who you are in Christ and finding someone who points you to Christ.  During “The Hunt” we are not just pursuing another person, but we are on the pursuit for ourselves as well. We must find our identity in Christ before finding that significant other. We pray this series blesses you and fosters a new way of thinking about relationships. Get ready, get set, let “The Hunt” begin!