Dating a youth pastor

Join Our Christian Dating and Take The Leadership Bible Quiz --- A ten year old answer here states that this is illegal. ---Glenn on 9/5/09 Yes, but it would be child abuse if the difference was 18 and 15, or 17 and 14.Since when was 'dating' illegal, especially if the parents know? I agree with the abuse of authority comments though.As professional clergy, navigating the space between public and private isn’t always easy.Often times, parishioners feel they have a right to access you at any time.The youth pastor is the son of the minister and the pastor and the parents of the girl know about it. It's either over or they are a well established family by now.Should I go to the deacons, instead of the pastor or should I leave the situation alone? answerto the bloga youth pastor is dating a fifteenyear old firstly it iswrongin that a youth pastor is called ofthe lord tobe the person god wants him to be and so much damage has beendone to that 15 year old and her family her life is ruined shewill never be the same again it may even cause herto never go to anothe church ortrust god ever again to the pastor iwarn you god willreqire an answer fom you leave thethe youth work and call off you r relationship with 6his young girl If fornication is involved, it is child abuse due to the age difference.7 – YAFI – Dating Relationships (netma)7 – YAFI – Dating Relationships (handout)7 – YAFI – Dating Relationships (notes)7 – YAFI – Dating Relationships (service flow)7 – YAFI – Dating Relationships (small groups)There are two relationships teenagers have to master in life, their relationship with Jesus and their relationship with their spouse.Their relationship with Jesus must be mastered now and for all of life, and of course their relationship with their spouse will be later.

HE SAID: I appreciate you seeking counsel as you may sense the seriousness of the ramifications of the relationship you desire.

But here's the thing: I think he might like me, too.

He is only a couple of years older than me, so honestly, if he wasn't my youth pastor, it wouldn't be that weird.

As a “perennial” high school youth leader, I would be remiss if I didn’t share some of the astute guidance I received under the tutelage of some very wise pastors and mentors.

Bob Coy, host of one of i Tunes most-popular podcasts on Christianity and known for his teaching on marriage, has resigned as longtime leader of one of America's largest multisite churches after confessing to a "moral failing." One interesting trend among the widespread reactions: Followers want his past teachings put back online.