Find Biblically-Based Relationship Answers and Advice in Deep Waters
People want and need relationships. They also need help maintaining and developing those relationships. Oftentimes, the deciding factor between making a wise relationship decision or an unwise relationship decision is the advice or counsel a person is given or lack thereof. There are many people who recognize that they need help, but they don’t know where to go to get answers to the questions that they have about their relationships.
Deep Waters was started as an online interactive forum where people can find help and get biblically-based relationship advice and answers to questions about relationship issues. Deep Waters is a resource designed especially for those who are tired of shallow relationships, worn out from making the same old mistakes, and who are ready to go beneath the surface to bring about change in their relationships.
The Deep Waters relationship advice forum was created in response to readers of the book Though The Vision Tarry: Waiting For My Promised Mate,” who contacted the author, Aleathea Dupree, seeking answers to questions about their relationships. The goal of the Deep Waters relationship forum is not only to provide the opportunity for people to ask questions relating to relationship issues, but also to provide information and resources that will help people to make better decisions in their relationships.
An expression of biblical love is to do what is in the best interest of someone else, and telling someone the truth in an appropriate manner is an expression of that love. The truth is not always easy to receive, but the Bible promises that it will make you free. It’s very difficult to make sound decisions without knowing the truth, and Deep Waters is committed to presenting the truth.
It does not cost you a penny to use the Deep Waters forum, but if you want to get on the road to better relationships, you should prepare yourself for an investment of time and in the resources made available.
Frequently Asked Questions
All relevant questions posted to the Forum Administrator or designated Moderators will be answered. Depending on the volume of posts, we cannot guarantee that your question will be answered immediately. However, there is an option provided in the forum that allows you to be notified whenever a response to your question has been posted.
Even though our Forum Administrator and Moderators are experienced in the counseling process, we do not consider Deep Waters to be an online counseling forum. Our goal is to provide answers to questions that relate to relationship issues. The forum is to be considered a resource, not an end source.
There is no limit placed on the number of questions that you can ask. The forum has several relationship categories and you can post questions in any category as often as you need to. We do not, however, try to make our communications online counseling sessions, neither do we subscribe to “professional counselees” who ask questions simply for the sake of asking questions and do not apply the information given or make use of resources provided.
We do not charge any membership fees at this time. We do, however, welcome donations.
Deep Waters Resources
You may feel as if you’ve been to enough seminars, read enough books, listened to enough tapes, and watched enough videos to last you a lifetime. But the reality is, developing and maintaining relationships takes work. Whether your relationship is with the Lord, with a mate or potential mate, or even with yourself, it is your responsibility to do the work necessary to develop, maintain and strengthen these relationships.
Our primary resource is the Bible which provides us with practical wisdom that we can apply to all of our relationships. We also encourage you to make full use of the books offered on this site and resources offered on Deep Waters. Never stop learning and never stop growing.
The Deep Waters Advantage
We believe that the Bible addresses all life issues either directly or in principle. The practical wisdom and truth that is found through the scriptures is the perspective from which questions are addressed.
Forum participants are free to ask questions without the pressure of revealing their identities, if they so choose.
The forum allows you to see the questions that others have asked and the answers provided. Not only does this provide you with an additional source of valuable reference information, you also see that there are others who share similar relationship concerns.