incident to create change. “Questionable Advice: A Call for Change”

It’s not every day you hear about a pastor giving unsolicited advice about finding the perfect woman to marry. But recently, a pastor from Houston, Texas, made headlines after he was caught on camera giving questionable advice on marriage.

The pastor, who has since been identified, was recorded giving advice to a group of young men on how to get a woman to marry them. His advice? “You go so young they don’t know any better.”

Unsurprisingly, the video has sparked outrage and disbelief among many women and men who were shocked by the pastor’s suggestion. As a marketing expert from Texas, I can’t help but wonder: How can we use this incident to create meaningful conversations about relationships and marriage?

To start, let’s not just focus on the pastor’s words, but rather the implications behind them. What message is he sending to young men and women about how they should view relationships? How do his words portray marriage? What can we learn from this incident to help young people make informed decisions about love and marriage?

It’s time to have a real conversation about relationships, marriage and consent. Let’s use this






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