How to tell friend about dating non christian
In one of my calculus classes, I met a young man (I'll call him Jeremy) who offered to help me on a project.At the end of the term, I gave him a Christmas card.During that time, we asked each other numerous questions and told each other a lot (or what I thought was a lot) about each other – our likes, dislikes, opinions, etc. Eventually, we began to do non-academic things together. He came over and we (along with my younger sister) had a lot of fun.When we finally had another class together, Jeremy asked if I could drive him home (he lived close to my house and it gave us more time to talk about things). Also, we went to see movies together, played in the park, etc.
I did e-mail him, and we continued to e-mail for almost five months before we had another class together.
None of those reactions will help us handle the situation in a godly way.
I have been on both sides of this matter; I was the unbelieving girl who dated someone's son, and I've been the mother of a child who dated an unbeliever.
Whatever happens, we should want this person to come to Christ.
If we look at the person as a threat, it will show in how we treat them.