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Question: "Is it right for a Christian to date or marry a non-Christian?" Answer: For a Christian, dating a non-Christian is unwise, and marrying one is not an option.
A simple suggestion might be to have a small discipleship/training group for aspiring leaders that meets 30 minutes or an hour before youth group. And you’ll need to decide whether you can live with that.
I care so much for the youth in my church, and I do not want the youth thinking that [her relationship] is OK.
I also, of course, don't want her to be yoked with an unbeliever.
Again, given our culture’s present relationship climate, this those of a dating/courting nature. This sounds like a church not serious about discipleship for its young leaders. Your church needs to first offer leadership discipleship then create proper expectations of those young leaders.
To me, this is a no-brainer for your church leadership. The fact that she wasn't concerned when you talked to her about her previous non-believing boyfriend is evidence of a more serious problem, and that is that she lacks the kind of spiritual maturity needed to be in a place of leadership in the church. You can have that conversation without mentioning any names or advancing any agenda other than common sense.