Each young man is free to decline questions he feels are too personal.
During our years speaking at various Christian conferences, my husband has received numerous requests from parents for his “famous” courtship questions.
However, he has been hesitant to make them available, since it is easy for people to want a formula for courtship.
Things she should know and evaluate, things they could discuss and work out together.
Each of our married daughters also answered these questions for their suitors during the courtship. If you decide to borrow our idea and use these questions, make sure you customize them for your own family.
My mom, grandma and older sister have all had their gallbladders removed.
For the past month, I have been getting nauseated and/or experiencing pain in my upper belly after many meals.
Due to the varying theological positions and personal convictions of Christian families, these courtship questions are designed to help disclose important facts that may be significant in both party’s decision of whether or not to move forward in courtship.
It is our prayer that these will be a help to those seeking godly marriages for their children.
This list is NOT meant to be a “checklist,” a “pass-or-fail-test,” or an in depth parental evaluation.