That Special Guy | The Girl for My Son
Good decisions help ensure joyful life memories. This video challenges you to consider the qualities you want in a husband and—since guys also seek certain traits in girls—it describes a self-help activity for personal development.
What Good Guys Look for In a Girl | The Girl for My Son
Good qualities make a better spouse. This video describes top traits listed by Christian university students. It discusses tips on how to make yourself more attractive and how to sift through good guys to find the best for you.
Red Flags and Dating Wisely | The Girl for My Son
Sifting is essential. This video urges you to consider his habits, priorities, attitudes, friends, and goals for signs of future problems in a relationship and marriage. It then discusses dating: why, who, what to do, and what to avoid.
Preparation for Marriage | The Girl for My Son
Many things should be considered before marriage. This video talks about sexual purity and God’s love. It also emphasizes learning about your fiancé’s background, parents, and home atmosphere to avoid surprises.
Learn from the Experts | The Girl for My Son
Scripture provides expert advice for young women. This video describes a “school” in Titus 2:3-5: its teachers, students, and seven-course curriculum. It presents good advice from King Lemuel’s mother in Proverbs 31, comparing it with traits listed by the Christian university young men.
Commitment to a Lifetime Marriage | The Girl for My Son
Growing old is a reality that can be done gracefully, and with your spouse. This video talks about commitment, overcoming marital problems, and taking care of yourself as you age. It asks you to imagine yourself at age 80, reviewing your memorable life scrapbook with joy.
The Girl for My Son Program
Based on her book, The Girl for My Son. Cynthia Guy presents six lessons to young women about personal development, dating, marriage, and creating a godly home. She states, “Our choices create a life scrapbook of preserved memories that we can review in our old age.” To encourage a joyful outcome, Cynthia shares her life experiences as a mother of sons, urging diligence in being the right kind of girl and seeking the right kind of guy. She describes good traits and warns against bad traits to avoid future problems in relationships and marriage. Biblical advice is also offered from older women (Titus 2:3-5) and King Lemuel’s mother (Proverbs 31). The lessons conclude with viewers imagining themselves at age 80 browsing their own life scrapbook, filled with joyful preserved memories.