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Jesus … Single Like Me: Friendships That Don't Lead to Marriage

Should we not be friends with the opposite sex because we are not going to get married? No, this only means we have to have boundaries and communication. When we are open to God and his direction, we are open to the relationships he brings before us. All relationships first start with God and are for God.

  • Kris Swiatocho |
  • September 22, 2010 |
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When You're Desperately Seeking Something

What do you desire that you believe God has withheld from you? More than 100 women have answered for me that question.

  • Cindi McMenamin |
  • September 15, 2010 |
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Five Sunday Strategies for Mompreneurs

As a mom and an entrepreneur, taking a day off is not in my nature. But keeping holy the Sabbath day is actually a habit that helps me recharge and prepare for the week to come. Here are five simple strategies I use to make the most of my weekly day of rest.

  • Theresa Ceniccola |
  • September 02, 2010 |
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He Said-She Said: Should the Past Stay in the Past?

When two are thinking about becoming one and headed toward marriage, how much about the past should be revealed? And when is the right time to unpack your "baggage"? Read what "he" and "she" have to say in response to this month's question.

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • August 30, 2010 |
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When Life Seems Out of Control

Why is the longing for control so very powerful in a woman's life? I believe the answer lies in how we were made…or rather, what we've made of ourselves.

Singles in the Church: A Compelling Role to Play

Singlehood represents a burgeoning social dynamic in North America. To the extent that single believers trust the Lord, join in the mission of the church, and honor marriage by respecting its boundaries, we offer a compelling role to play in communities of faith.

Jesus ... Single Like Me: He Knows What It Feels Like to Be Alone

Jesus knew from the beginning that without total reliance on God, life would not have purpose. He came, ready to take on our load, our burden and our sins. So that in doing this we would never be alone. Our total dependence on Christ means that we are not alone.

From One Single Mother to Another: Sandra Aldrich Offers Encouragement

Can I do this alone? Will my children turn out alright? Where do I fit into the Church? Author Sandra Aldrich offers wisdom and reassurance regarding these and other concerns single mothers face. Read the Crosswalk interview.

On Being Hindered - Part 5

In Romans 12, Paul is telling us that the problem is in our minds. We sometimes have a hard time deciding whether to end a relationship because we are not thinking straight. I have been there on more than one occasion. Far too often I knew what to do, but my mind conjured other ideas that made me pause. The problem was in my mind.

  • Hudson Russell Davis |
  • July 24, 2010 |
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Singles in the Church: Views from the Pulpit

If the whole point of going to church is to avoid "forsaking the assembling of ourselves together," should your church leadership develop programming to augment that which divides us? Maybe you're not thrilled with the singles ministry at your church, but where does demographic-specific ministry need to end so community can begin?

Undoing Parenting Mistakes

Don't you wish there was a great big "Undo" button in life; where you could completely erase your parenting mistakes? I bet some parents would give anything for such a button.

When Your Spouse Doesn't Share Your Christian Faith

When Jennifer married, she didn't realize the seriousness of committing herself in marriage to a man who didn't share her faith. For more than 35 years she has been married to a man who wants "nothing to do with religion."

On Being Hindered - Part 3

If someone is not drawing you deeper into fellowship with the Lord, that person is a hindrance. It may very well be that to live a life pleasing to the Lord you need to be somewhat ruthless. If this is why you are still single, no apology is needed.

  • Hudson Russell Davis |
  • May 13, 2010 |
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On Being Hindered - Part 2

Being hindered by God may be unpleasant, may be painful, but it is the surest sign that we are loved. God just may introduce obstacles or obstructions in the path you choose. He may look to hinder a relationship, to prevent or stymie the relationship, and He does all this in love.

  • Hudson Russell Davis |
  • May 06, 2010 |
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Do You Feel Lonely in Your Spiritual Walk?

Have you dreamed of what it would be like to be "spiritually one" with your husband? Today, studies show that women walk alone spiritually perhaps more than they ever have before.

Love is a Choice: The Realities of Adoption

Nothing could have prepared me for the challenges I faced after bringing 2-year-old Jenny home from Russia. "Can't you send her back?" a well-meaning friend suggested...

On Being Hindered - Part 1

Sometimes it all looks so good that it is the most miserable thing to find one thing that hinders. It all looks so good except for the qualities that do not fit the character you are looking for. If God is trying to hinder you, if the Lord has revealed reasons for pause—PAUSE! Be hindered!

  • Hudson Russell Davis |
  • April 15, 2010 |
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On Being Hindered - Part 4

"He who did not spare his own Son, but gave him up for us all—how will he not also, along with him, graciously give us all things" (Rom. 8:32)? No one can promise you that "all things" includes a mate, but we can definitively say that he is a generous God who lavishes blessings on his children. Therefore, we can also say that the delay does not indicate a lack of love.

  • Hudson Russell Davis |
  • April 13, 2010 |
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When You're Weary of Worshiping Alone

For years, Debe longed to have Randy worshiping alongside her. Her heart ached for her husband to experience what she did through the music and the message at church...

Agencies Overwhelmed by Efforts to Aid Haiti's Orphans

Alicia Swaringen received heart-swelling news the morning after last week's deadly earthquake in Haiti: Sthainder, the 4-year-old boy she planned to adopt, was safe. But her paperwork wasn't.

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