Pastor rules for dating daughter
With one daughter having graduated from college and another in college, I have observed your dateless world.
With a cultural war on manhood, you have lost markers that give you confidence. And you take this informality into your relationship with the opposite sex. Indeed, informality can be a benefit to seeing each other as friends.
We also need to be actively engaged throughout the process.
No, I’m not talking about arranged marriages, as tempting as that may be for some dads.
All types of young men: my twenty-one-year-old son, young men in my church, and more particularly—young men who would like to date my daughters. And by the way, don’t just ask her to “hang out.” What’s that?
How many times have my daughters come home and related that their date talked about himself the whole night? Even if you do not choose to see her again, you have ministered to her.
Since your goal for the date was to serve, at the end thank her for spending time with you.
Manful Motivation Let’s start with your heart motivation.
Since I am assuming that you are a follower of Jesus Christ, then like all things, you are to do this to bring glory of God.