Posted by: sammerz | 17 December, 2006

T.A.W.G.

T.A.W.G. stands for “Time Alone With God.”

Steph and I originally committed a week-long abstinence from seeing and contacting each other before we were official.  We both wanted our relationship to be a serious one, to the point where we believed that one day we would be married.  And so we dedicated our future relationship to God during this time.  We spent much of it praying for God’s favour and His blessing – an all important foundation for our relationship.  We also spoke to Pastor Ben and Annie as well for godly counsel and wisdom.

We wanted our relationship to start on the right track, and we wanted God to be a part of it.

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  1. […] where I had, a year ago, waited for her to leave our pastor’s place.  This was during that “Time Alone With God” (or TAWG) period just before we became official.  I was waiting for my turn to see our pastor and did not want to […]


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