Dennis rainys interview for dating
As a dad, you want to protect your daughter, especially from boys with super-charged hormones!
Just the thought of it makes you break out into a cold sweat.
One young man who didn't want to date one of Rainey's daughters asked to go through the interview.
In a couple of cases fathers attended with their sons to get some pointers.
His daughters, even an adult daughter who rebelled under his constraints, desired the protection his interviews offered.
He found out when they were adults that the girls as teenagers made a point of bringing young men home to his study to see the "Respect Her" bat hanging on his office wall. Rainey asserts that young men, especially with their hormones raging, need the guidance of older men to help them keep on the straight and narrow.
I believe that with the blessing of your conference last winter, my marriage took a U-turn.
There I did my first night diving, and the Night Sea Series began.
He also told them that he would interview every young man who wanted to date them.
Is some of your breakfast caught between your teeth? Dennis Rainey with Lawrence Kimbrough's aid tries to help men facing this dilemma retain their sanity and rise to their calling as fathers in .
My brother-in-law just spent an entire Friday evening guarding the doors where his seventeen-year-old daughter was attending the junior prom.
Hear what this protection does for the daughters, their dates, and the fathers themselves.
Review: Dads, the first time you become aware of boys noticing your daughter can come as a shock. There you are sitting in church, minding your own business, when the boys in front of you keep sneaking looks back. Then you follow their glances, not to you or your wife, but to your daughter sitting demurely by your side. He brings that aid in the form of encouragement and instruction to dads and single mothers in interviewing the young men who want to date their daughters.
We began to seek help from our church counseling ministry, and although I went, I was still living a lie.