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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.

The Relational Economy: Investing - Part 2

If you are like Gomer—beaten down by life—you may find yourself asking, "Why did I give myself to someone like that, someone so low?" Why? Perhaps you thought that was all your sins could afford. If that is true, come and this time spend from your grace account. You can afford a great deal more.

  • Hudson Russell Davis |
  • July 15, 2010 |
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The Single Life: Discussed Any Good Books Lately?

Summer is the perfect time to try out a book club, whether that's because it's an activity to do while sunbathing or because it's too hot to go outside. Regardless, you can always find a local book club to join—many libraries and book stores have them—or you can start your own.

The Relational Economy: Investing - Part 1

In the relational economy we place the wealth of who we are at the disposal of another person and hope they will be kind. Whether this is called dating or courting, it is very risky. Some will love us as God loved Israel and some will treat us as though we were not worth a deeper or more risky investment on their part.

  • Hudson Russell Davis |
  • July 06, 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?

He Said-She Said: Starting to Date Again

A reader asks: "How do you know when you are ready to start dating again after a traumatic long-term marriage has ended ... and how does a godly man treat someone he dates?" Find out what "he" and "she" have to say in response in this edition of "He Said-She Said."

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • June 24, 2010 |
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The Relational Economy: An Introduction

It would be quite absurd to tell someone searching for love that the process is—relational. That is called stating the obvious. It would be even more absurd to say to them that the process is an economic one. Yet inescapably there is a relational economy.

  • Hudson Russell Davis |
  • June 22, 2010 |
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Make These the "Good Old Days"

If you are held captive by or haunted from experiences or people from the past, get help with them, and do it soon. Yesterday is gone. Why live your life thinking, worrying about or carrying "stuff" around from days gone by?

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