It’s kind of weird, but I’ll be on the big screen in 700 theaters nationwide.
What I’d love for you to do is spread the word, and go see the movie on the one night event release date, April 17th.
In fact, I’m writing a short e-book to act as a discussion guide and small group study that will bridge the gap quite nicely between the film and the dating book I wrote.
The producers of the documentary, and Fathom Events themselves even approved a 45 second commercial that will be attached to the beginning of the movie that will advertise for the e-book.
He breaks off relationships before they get too serious to avoid the risk of abandonment.
He’s built up this reputation for himself as a “player,” but I see past the façade.
As his relationship patterns are the opposite of mine, a part of me fears that if we were to really date, one of us might wind up getting hurt. We also have a tight group of friends, and I think we are both afraid to compromise that. In my work and other aspects of life, I am uncomfortable with comfortable. We both teach Wednesday nights, so we went out to dinner after class to the Fat Raddish. When we set the date for this project, I didn’t realize it was actually the first day of spring. Anyway, dinner tonight was pretty normal, not unlike other times we’ve hung out and had dinner. We talked about our families more than we ever did before. It was refreshing to hear this since I didn’t grow up with any money, either. Earlier in the day I sent a little note to Jessie by messenger. I’m not worried about the unknown, but about us falling into our usual roles, and how we deal with that.
But when it comes to relationships, I do seek secure relationships that are clearly defined. Jessie brought me a little care package of stuff to jokingly get me through the next 40 days. I wanted to honor our project together with something lighthearted. How do you feel about this relationship/project right now? The play is about a bunch of college students going to parties, getting drunk, having sex, and their complicated interpersonal relationships.
So, I am not that convinced about dating, nor do I have a lot of context for it.The company I work for (Cru) is partnering with a documentary called The Dating Project.I had a chance to see the film via a preview screening, and I can personally tell you the movie is good. It’s not a Christian film, even though it’s funded by Christians, and the subjects it addresses are ones that make it incredibly easy to transition into spiritual conversations after you’ve seen it with someone.I went on a few dates in my life (during the time that I thought I had a friend in this guy named Phil but probably needed a boyfriend — and was pretty darned young), and they were awfully lame and exasperating.In a way those few times made me realize that Regardless, men and women need to be with each other, talk about everything, take walks, and figure out whether they’d possibly want to marry.