John bytheway on dating
Bytheway communicates with singles after spending the years following his LDS mission in search of an eternal companion.
The best parts are when Big Wave Dave goes to the scene of bad dates, and fixes them so they become fun and exciting.John offers "The Parable of the Piano" as a metaphor for the young adult experience; sitting alone on a piano bench with a piece of music, "Matrimony: A Duet" propped up in front of you.As people come by and offer their suggestions ("You could play that music if you tried harder" or "if you had more faith" or "if you weren't so picky"), things can get pretty frustrating."Don't get too discouraged," John counsels, and he goes on to offer plenty of sound advice on "getting joyfully through these in-between years."You'll learn to stop focusing on things you can't control, to play the dating game in such a way that you'll have no regrets later, to express affection appropriately, to recognize when someone might be the "right one" for you--and when that someone might not be.John Bytheway is a bestselling author, favorite speaker, and part-time instructor at Brigham Young University.His many titles include Heroes: Lessons from the Book of Mormon; Standards Night Live; Isaiah for Airheads; A Crash Course in Teenage Survival; and his most recent book, Behind Every Good Man.
He has also created numerous talks on CD, many of which are combined in The John Bytheway Collection, Vols. John served a mission to the Philippines and holds a master…
Dating 911 is a (fictional) radio program with John, Mark, and Big Wave Dave speaking with youth about how to make their dates more fun, while still keeping them inexpensive, and in tune with the Lord's standards.
Trying to find the right companion, struggling with the dating game, or even thinks about marriage, John Bytheway knows how to fight the good fight.
In his book What I Wish I'd Known When I Was Single, Bytheway teaches readers to see past the game and look for what is important in an eternal spouse.
This well-known motivational speaker for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and author of LDS youth books such as What I Wish I'd Known When I Was in High School and Dating 911 uses his e Trying to find the right companion, struggling with the dating game, or even thinks about marriage, John Bytheway knows how to fight the good fight.
This well-known motivational speaker for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and author of LDS youth books such as What I Wish I'd Known When I Was in High School and Dating 911 uses his extensive knowledge of gospel doctrine and personal experiences to put common marriage phobias to rest.