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Stop dating the church

I think there are a lot of singles who have that mindset about the church.

As Joshua shared photos of his kids, Carolyn offered us some water.

Though they both probably had busy schedules, we felt like they were in no rush to "get this over." We could tell it was going to be an enjoyable half hour.

We settled into our chairs, adjusted our microphones, and after catching up a bit more, we got down to business. * * * Boundless: Josh, what motivated you to write ? Joshua Harris: I had the experience when I was single, after getting out of the high school youth group, which was my whole world of church at the time and all my friends there, of really feeling disconnected from the church and not quite seeing how it fit into my life and my plans.

So, I bought the book and I read the book and I liked it so much and I got so much out of it that I picked up several copies that we have made available for you to pick up today after the service back in the foyer.

When Joshua and Carolyn arrived, it was as though we were getting together with old friends.

In my case, they old friends, as I've known both for years.

We attend church, but we don't want to settle down and truly invest ourselves.