Dating Like Airplanes Paperback
Why Just Fall in Love When You Can Fly?
by Caleb Breakey;
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A Bird's Eye View from Eden
Honest,Christ-centered, down-to-earth book on dating that'll help and not hinder when looking for a date worth keeping
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Dating Like Airplanes
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Does meeting your soul mate really need to be this hard?
Stop trying to fall in love, says Caleb Breakey, and start learning how to fly! Just like airplanes soar above the clouds, you can have a relationship that rises above the ordinary and doesnt crash and burn. Caleb, breakout author of Called to Stay, traveled his own rocky road to romance, and hell tell you the truth about courtship and dating, finding your soul mate, and what it really means to pursue Christian relationships. Along the way, youll discover the greatest romance of all: the love that Christ pours out on you. This is Christian dating advice at its best!
"Growing up, I so badly wanted a Book of Relationships included in Scripture because I desired a guide to a Christ-honoring relationship. My hope is that Dating Like Airplanes can be that guide to others. This book is based on these nine words: Giving what's needed most over taking what's wanted now. This starts with asking yourself: Do I possess the kind of true lovethe Jesus lovethat I want to give? From there, this giving>taking principal can be applied to every vital aspect of a thriving relationship." Caleb Breakey, author of Dating Like Airplanes.
Dating Like Airplanes by Caleb Breakey was published by Harvest House in January 2014 and is our 47838th best seller. The ISBN for Dating Like Airplanes is 9780736955447.
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|Page last updated||3rd December 2014|
|Author / Artist||Caleb Breakey|
|Publisher||Harvest House (January 2014)|
|Number of Pages||176|