Part 1: The Vow of Priority

We’ve all heard the idea of “the one”. Our culture tells us that person is out there. We just need to find them. Someone to complete us. In reality, the only chance for romance lies in getting our priorities in order and understanding what really comes first.

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Part 2: The Vow of Pursuit

Why don’t our relationships look like what we’ve imagined, what we once had? The relationships we want can be had, but they won’t just fall into our laps. We have to make a choice to pursue them.

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Part 3: The Vow of Partnership

It seems natural to look at marriage, or any relationship, as a fifty-fifty agreement. It just makes sense. But successful relationships aren’t built around giving half. God wants the best for our relationships, and for that he’s called us to something more.

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Part 4: The Vow of Purity

The world around us is full of sex. Our culture has turned it into a god. In response, Christians are taught that it is dirty and wrong and shouldn’t be talked about. But it is neither gross, nor a god. Sex is a God invented gift. When we set up guardrails to keep our lives aligned with God’s intentions, we’ll experience more true joy in our sex lives than anything the world has to offer.

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The Vow Reading Plan