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What I heard in church and from the Christian culture was “die to yourself,” “consider others as more important than yourself,” “sacrifice yourself for the cause of Christ.” But when these good biblical principles were applied through the cultural grid of “success” – with no mention of biblical rest – it led to my burnout.
It also creates a structured time and place to get to know him, instead of the pressure of having to schedule hangout time.
Although it might be tempting to drag a friend along as a safety buffer, it’s better to go solo.
Sure, casual dating is still a thing, but for the most part, it’s more important to find something serious and substantial.
Dating in college is tricky because you’re older and more mature than a teenager, yet there’s still a time stamp at the end of it all.
Dating after college comes with high stakes — everyone feels time slipping in a way it never did in college. If someone doesn’t meet the essential criteria, you mark them off the list, even if they offer you free shots.
Suddenly, you have to worry about finding the one and settling down with someone you would want to have children with, ideally all before you hit 30. You take the shot, of course, but then you walk away.
That’s something college kids say because love is a scary, four-letter word.
You don’t want to wait three days before dialing their number.