During the radio interview, Mowry-Housley was applauded for her abstinence by one of her cohosts, Adrienne Bailon.
We said to God, ‘This is who we are, I know you take us as we are, our faults, our fears, our joys, our hope as a couple and have your way.’I tried the ‘missionary dating’ [in the past] where you have a person with a great heart who you think is perfect and wonderful except for this one important area that you try to change. There were many nights of heartbreak and crying, and that’s not what God wants for us.
But if you want to be celibate, definitely don’t live together [laughs] because that makes it harder for you. Surround yourself with people who support your decision, because they’re only going to root you on.
I had a studio apartment, sleeping in the corner, no furniture for almost two years.” “I was waiting on a bus stop—after I shot my first film. They gave me a ride and we were friends ever since.
She was just coming out of “Sister, Sister,” but they had everything man and I didn’t have anything.
Whenever you’re feeling discouraged just pray together.
Like I said it’s not going to be a perfect journey, but you just have to keep God the center of your relationship. and that transforms the film in a well-known story about identical twins and the happy end. the theme is not bad but its use is far to be convincing.So much has been said about whether or not to remain celibate before marriage.Times have changed, people’s views have changed, and even social standards for relationships have changed.The story is about Amber, a mean popular girl who gets electrocuted and dies and is not allowed to enter into heaven unless she helps the least popular girl in school become Prom Queen within a week, but things do not go as planned. a film about love more than romance, it has the sin to be only an ordinary comedy, with nothing specific, chaotic in many moments, without the precision for details and with few mistakes who are not the best choice. almost nice with little patience and humor spirit from the viewer.