We hear it all of the time. But is it really?
We have 4 kids, 2 boys and 2 girls. We are striving to teach our boys to be gentlemen and our girls to be ladies. Teaching them to respect themselves and others. To live by the Word of God. We teach them to never be alone with someone of the opposite gender, to watch what they see, hear and do. To guard their hearts and bodies. Every choice they make, even now, effects their future, their marriage and their family. So we want them to learn to make Godly choices.
These theories aren't the norm anymore. Maybe they are bit old fashioned some would say. But it's how we feel God would have us raise our children. Going back to the Bible and to the values we hold dear.
The new movie, Old Fashioned, shares the story of a former frat boy, Clay Walsh, who has settled down to run an antique shop in a small Midwestern town, and to pursue lofty and outdated theories on love and romance. But when Amber Hewson, a free-spirited woman with a gypsy soul, rents the apartment above his shop, Clay can't help being attracted to her. Amber finds herself drawn to Clay, but not necessarily to his ideas about relationships. Old Fashioned is the story of Clay and Amber moving beyond their differences and attempting to have an old fashioned courtship.
Along with the movie is the Old Fashioned novelized. I personally prefer books over movies. That's just me. The same story line as the movie, just a new way to look at it.
Then there's the incredible Old Fashioned devotional is a 40 day journey to help you find romance the way God intended. This devo helps you find a way to respect yourself and the one you are with. With encouragement to find mentor, specifically for women and specifically for men, every couple needs to go through this.
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