Life after high school is crazy: we have to figure out what to do about jobs, money, college, living situations, midterms, money relationships, more money, what are new connection to our parents looks like, will THEY give us money? ... it's a weird time.
It's also a time utterly unique in American history. Our generation is experiencing a longer gap of singleness -- being out of high school but unmarried -- than any generation, ever. So what do we do that? Is being single that long a good thing? Is being married something we should rush? And what's God purpose for this crazy season of life anyway?
This week at CRAVE we're going to continue to study the book of 1 Corinthians, and see how Paul advised a group of people who were facing the same questions. Hope to see you there!