Florida pastor ten commandments for dating daughter
v=jj O9k X4np VY I saw it thought it was more to be funny ?
I feel the guy's a douche and in my experience the fathers of my high school girl friends who tried this tactic with me also conceived women I spent a lot of time in the back of my truck with The better approach, in my opinion:
links hererelated changesupload filespecial pagespermanent linkpage informationwikidata itemcite this page." in 1993, jakes self-published his first book, drawing on his experiences working with the women of his congregation.
he wrote that "[i]f [a pastor] has done his job his members will prayerfully and correctly use the standard of god's word to select the right candidate.
In a world where many young men are lacking manners, Pastor Giles‘s old world ’respect my daughter’ commandments are a breath of fresh air. Thou shall understand that your presence doesn’t make me happy. I have worked my butt off providing a good life for my daughter; therefore, you better have one, Spanky.
And know this: I’ve got a PI doing a background check on you at this moment.
either way this whole thing is extremely sexist, why do only the daughter’s dates have these rules?
First let me say that I have no daughters (thank GOD).
With that out of the way, I thought it was pretty funny and quite honestly, most of it has ZERO to do with dating his daughter (just good rules to live by).
you for this example of living christ’s teachings – truly they will know we are christians by our love.
1980, at age 23, jakes became the pastor of greater emanuel temple of faith, a storefront church in smithers, west virginia with ten members.
A pastor from Florida has a few rules, well actually the “Ten Commandments of Dating my Daughter.” Pastor Doug Giles, author of the book “Rising Righteous and Rowdy Girls,” has his own “redneck” way to deal with so-called suitors.