I ran across an interesting resource from Boundless webzine (Focus on the Family) via the Between Two Worlds.  It’s called “A Guy’s Guide to Marrying Well” and it endeavors to help young men choose their spouses wisely.  From the introduction:

Most men hope to marry some day, but there’s no guarantee they will. Increasingly, young men are — as one writer put it — “stumbling on to the altar as if by accident.”

Too many guys make their way into their 20s and 30s without the marriage modeling and insights that were once easy to find from dads, coaches, teachers, mentors and Christian leaders. When they do find advice about relationships, it’s often spectacularly bad.

The simple purpose of the information here is to present a path that is as biblical as possible in order to help you marry well. But not just so that you can experience all the happiness, health and wealth that guys who marry well enjoy, but so that your marriage can point to God’s glory and His greater purposes.

This guide is based on a few timeless concepts — intentionality, purity, Christian compatibility and community — that we rarely encounter in popular culture but are a proven path to marrying well.

May God bless the time you spend with this information and help you apply His design in your life.

To see the document, click here.

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