When it comes to Christian relationships, it’s important to remember that they should be centered on God and built on a foundation of love, respect, and trust. Here are 21 questions that you may want to ask your partner or yourself as you navigate a Christian relationship:
- How do you feel about spiritual disciplines such as fasting and why?
- What is your understanding of God and how does it affect your daily life?
- How do you see our relationship aligning with God’s plan for our lives?
- What are your core values and how do they align with mine?
- How do you handle conflicts and disagreements in a relationship?
- How do you express love and affection in a relationship?
- How do you balance your personal and spiritual life?
- How important is prayer and Bible study to you in a relationship?
- What are your goals and aspirations, and how can I support you in achieving them?
- How do you envision our future together, and what steps are we taking to get there?
- How do you prioritize serving others and living a life of selflessness?
- How do you handle challenges and obstacles in your life, and how can we support each other through them?
- How do you maintain healthy boundaries in a relationship?
- How do you prioritize spending time with God, and how can we encourage each other to do so?
- How do you approach forgiveness and reconciliation in a relationship?
- How do you handle temptation and stay faithful to God in a relationship?
- How do you see us growing together in our faith and spiritual journey?
- How do you prioritize communication and open dialogue in a relationship?
- How do you balance personal and relational growth with your own self-care?
- How we you stay accountable to God and to each other in our relationship?
- How can we continue to grow in our love for each other and our love for God?
These questions are meant to foster open and honest communication in a new Christian relationship. It is important to understand each other’s beliefs, values, and expectations before committing to a long-term relationship.