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Solo Zone: When Opportunity Knocks

So maybe not everybody can just go away and leave everything behind. But for one church choir director and organist who is making the most of his season of singleness, taking time off to study in the Old Country can't be beat for real-world immersion in the classicist aesthetic.

What Walls Are You Hiding Behind?

Many of us have lived with walls for so long we have become accustomed to and comfortable residing behind them. They have become part of our life and who we are, and then we question why we can't get closer to people or experience a fuller, more joyful life.

The Single Life: Your Mission (If You Choose to Accept It)

Missions opportunities don't always come wrapped in trips to a foreign territories or as part of organized events. There are any number of things you can do on an as-needed (or "as you can") basis. No passport or special skills required, just an open heart and a willing spirit.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • September 16, 2010 |
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The Relational Economy: Safe Deposit Boxes - Part 2

If you have a safe deposit box, and I suspect you do, go and rediscover the you hidden there. Find renewed confidence to risk as the real you. I cannot promise you that all will be well but it is infinitely better to gain or lose a relationship having fully been honest and real.

  • Hudson Russell Davis |
  • September 14, 2010 |
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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 07, 2010 |
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The Relational Economy: Safe Deposit Boxes - Part 1

If you are good at hiding, you may just hide too well. You may come to believe that the partial you IS you. What a tragedy to conduct a relationship without having touched what is hidden inside that safe deposit box. If you do not know who you really are, no one else will.

  • Hudson Russell Davis |
  • 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 26, 2010 |
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Eggsploitation: Women As Commodity

More women are donating their eggs to infertile couples and for embryonic stem cell research. One new documentary shows why that may be a very bad idea.

Solo Zone: All in the Family

Many of us have an intellectual understanding that, yes, our marital status does not define us. We leave school, we buy homes, and we participate in communities of faith. But how many of us have adopted the mindset that our reality won’t really click until we have a spouse?

What Step of Faith Do You Need to Take?

Recently, I have been stretched, as many of us have, by the downturn in the economy, the tightening of purse-strings, job insecurity and an unknown relational future. As a result, I have had to make some decisions and take some steps that have not come easy, nor gone as expected.

The Relational Economy: Investing - Part 4

We must realize that the relational economy is not there for our benefit alone. If you do not realize this, you are shortsighted. Indeed, you are probably already doing damage. Whether dating or marrying, imitating God means that we purpose to see the other person profit.

  • Hudson Russell Davis |
  • August 17, 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.

The Single Life: Don't Be Afraid to (Re)Decorate

Your home should be a reflection of you. If you walked into my living room, you could tell by looking that I love Sherlock Holmes, I travel, I'm not afraid of color, and I look like my grandmother. What could I learn about you from a visit to your room?

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.

Five Areas of a Woman’s Life That Need God’s Touch

After surveying nearly 100 women, I found several common areas in which women, myself included, need the touch of God to be whole and complete. Scripture addresses these areas of a woman's life so that we can receive His healing touch...

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.

The Relational Economy: Investing - Part 3

In the relational economy it is always gold we seek. We dare not squander our worth on copper or bronze and should not invest in such baser things. Finding that person who is gold will bring you joy. Then, and only then, should you sell all you have.

  • Hudson Russell Davis |
  • July 27, 2010 |
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He Said-She Said: Socializing and Asperger's Syndrome

It's hard enough meeting new people when you're "single and ready to mingle." So what's a guy to do when you throw Asperger's Syndrome into the mix? Find out what "he" and "she" have suggested in this edition of "He Said-She Said."

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • July 22, 2010 |
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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.

Rest in the Lord

Maybe our lives seem so out of control, in total disrepair or altogether burdensome because we haven't taken ample time to spend with the Lord. He calls us all to himself. His desire is for us to look to him when we are weary. And when we do, he promises us rest.

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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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