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It's not the sort of thing that can be easily placed on a timeline, and I guess that's the issue.He's going on a nine-month deployment in a month, and I feel so stressed.If you were thinking about dating a non-Christian don’t.You probably think nothing will happen, it doesn’t matter, you know better than God, but you’re wrong.What's concerning is that you've been moving toward marriage with an unbelieving man.If you are a believer and are doing so, your actions are speaking to him more loudly than your words.Dating an unbeliever can hinder your relationship with Christ.Being around an ungodly person can make you start to sin more, act in a different way, talk in a different way, be led astray, and always remember if your life is all about Christ you won’t be able to express and share things about Christ which all believers love to do because there is no connection. There is no point of dating someone if you don’t plan on marrying them and I’ve heard many bad stories about believers who married an unbeliever. So be on your guard, and do not be unfaithful to the wife of your youth.5.
Right now we are on somewhat of a "break," just a period of time to step back and figure out things.You did say you tried to encourage spiritual conversations with your boyfriend, including talking about the Lord and the Bible, and that when he visited, he would go to church with you.But all of these things, while commendable, aren't necessarily evidence of saving faith.He had always been willing to go to church with me when he visited, and he never reacted negatively to my always talking about the Lord and the Bible, and he would say at times that he would pray for me.But still, when we got engaged I was hesitant, and I believe my "yes" should have been at least a "let me think about it." In the last couple months since the engagement, he has finally started being honest about his beliefs.