People want the good life, a blessed life, yet they rarely plan and prepare for making the decisions and choices that create a life God can bless!There is a big disconnect between what believers know is God’s will and how people actually live.Hormonal method use, versus no method use or condom use, was more prevalent in short-term relationships with greater intimacy and commitment and lower conflict than in other short-term relationships (1.7 and 1.9, respectively).
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For example, as many as 80 percent of unmarried evangelical young adults have had sex, 64 percent have done so within the last year and 42 percent are in a current sexual relationship, according to a study on sexual activity by Relevant magazine.
What We Want: A Blessed Life We claim we want God’s blessings, but how do we actually get them?
Although expanding research has found that relationship characteristics can shape contraceptive use among young adults, limited research has examined how relationship characteristics intersect to form distinct types of relationships and how relationship types are linked to contraceptive use.