John Stonestreet talks discusses the Christian witness of the Philadelphia Eagles, and Megan Basham recommends a Jane Austen classic for Valentine's Day.Plus: Michael Cochrane reports on new technologies in use at the Olympics.His new book, "Life in the Presence of God: Practices for Living in Light of Eternity" is a book that draws on the spiritual classic by Brother Andrew 'Practicing The Presence of God,' as well as more recent books such as 'You Are What You Love by James K. This week, Warren Smith talks with Christine Dente, one half of the husband-and-wife duo Out of the Grey.
It’s about attracting men, understanding men, and making them want to stick around forever and ever. As to where you meet men, yes, there’s one place that’s more effective in making introductions than 100 visits to Whole Foods and Art History class combined.
So if it’s not already abundantly clear, dating advice is not about WHERE to meet men.
Young girls will respond to exercise much more positively if things they actually enjoy are incorporated into a fitness routine like swimming, horseback riding, soccer and tennis.
Being active can be more fun if you choose activities that are fun to do with friends too.
This week, Warren Smith talks with author and speaker Ken Boa.
Boa's books do not make best-seller lists, but they are read year after year by Christians who want to deepen their relationship with God. Boa holds doctoral degrees from Oxford University, Dallas Theological Seminary, and New York University.There a couple of things one can do to meet people, particularly if over 40. Eat out, grab coffee, and hang out at different places each week.Go to any party you're invited to, join clubs with people who do what you like to do, volunteer, get involved socially. As a dating coach, I know that people resist it because they're scared to try something so unfamiliar to them.Fun activities for young girls will help them develop a more positive personality, behavior, attitude and overall outlook in life.They will learn to socialize with others and enjoy the process of growing up.Active kids can think and concentrate better, and both are critical skills in schoolwork too.