Friday, Feb 28, 2020

singleness

The Finance of Romance: How Can Christian Women Spot a Good Investment?

How can Christian women best approach the prospect of love? Here's how to analyze the finance of romance like a banker for the best investment.

The Marriage Play House: We Fall Down When We Shack Up

Are you considering living together before marriage? Here's why Christian singles may want to reconsider playing house and not shack up.

Trusting God with My Singleness

As a single Christian, do you often take your singleness into your own hands? Here's a better way - trust God with your single life.

Single and Bitter: God Told Me I Was an Idolater, Part 2

Before I got the revelation of Colossians 3:2, I would try to reason with God and tell Him why I thought I should be meeting Mr. Right - right now. I’d remind Him that I stopped fornicating, I joined...

Single and Bitter: God Told Me I Was an Idolater, Part 1

Bitter Singles One day, I was in the car talking to the Lord and I asked, “God, why is it that sometimes when my desire for marriage comes to mind, I feel angry and bitter about my singlehood?” Now, Team, I...
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Coronavirus outbreak prompts 700,000 to petition South Korean president to dissolve the apocalyptic movement deemed a cult by Christian leaders.

5 Godly Ways to Treat Your Enemies When Revenge is Tempting

How do we show our enemies mercy when we have the means and opportunity to destroy them? Let's take a look at David's life and try these 5 tips.

The 2-Sided Role of Belief in ‘I Can Do All Things’

There are 2 sides to belief when we declare 'I can do all things through Christ." Walk in Christ's strength and apply strong belief for the win.

5 Ways the Bible Equips Parents to Answer Their Kid’s Tough Questions

Kids ask the toughest questions, but parents can rely on the Word of God to help navigate every answer. Here's how the Bible can help.
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