He founded the Heart Cry Missionary Society in order to support Peruvian church planters, but it now supports indigenous missionaries throughout Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Eurasia, and Latin America. He and his wife, Charo, have three children: Ian, Evan, and Rowan.Paul Washer will lead us through 2 Timothy and Deuteronomy 6 as the foundational texts on which we set our marriage and cultivate our children's conversion and sanctification.The Indian culture sets aside romance until after marriage; the American culture makes romance the prerequisite for marriage.In India, marriage is thought of in terms of "marriage and love" rather than the American "love and marriage." Culture does play a very significant role in our attitudes and actions regarding marriage.The purpose of this message is to consider Christian marriage primarily in light of the teaching of Peter in his first epistle.Sex can be a very touchy subject for many people, yet it is a key aspect of marriage.
I think this passage has applications beyond marriage, but certainly includes that relationship as well.
This message deals with modern ideas of adolescence, and biblical alternative view – responsibility. And here in lies the answer, why do people divorce, as well.
For what partnership has righteousness with lawlessness? Therefore go out from their midst, and be separate from them, says the Lord, and touch no unclean thing; then I will welcome you, and I will be a father to you, and you shall be sons and daughters to me, says the Lord Almighty.” It is certainly true that the passage does not explicitly say the words, “do not marry unbelievers,” but it is impossible to escape the relevance and application to the context of marriage.
I’m interested in getting to know him more—the only problem is he’s not a Christian.
He seems open to the idea of faith, but he’s never been involved in church or anything.