“It is not good for man to be alone.” These words, spoken by God, initiated the first marriage. Adam and Eve never had to question whether they had found “the one.” There were no other options!
If you hope to be married some day, you’ve probably asked the question our first parents didn’t. So how can you know when you’ve met the person you should marry? Do you need to share all the same interests? What about physical attraction? Is it okay to have theological differences? Is it normal to get cold feet, or should that be a red flag?
In this discussion, Jackie Hill Perry, Jen Wilkin, and Jen Pollock Michel discuss the relationships that led to their own marriages, and how and when they met the men they would marry.