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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?

Jesus … Single Like Me: He Took Care of His Family

Even though Jesus knew his profession was not to be a carpenter forever, he still learned a craft and supported his family until God changed things. Jesus' singleness allowed him more freedom to be available for his family and eventually his ministry.

The Single Life: Having a Wonderful Time, Glad You're Not Here

While I'm a big fan of traveling with friends, there are distinct advantages to taking yourself on a trip. Granted, traveling solo in a double-occupancy world has unique challenges, but it has some fabulous benefits, too.

Singles in the Church: Faith with Work

If there's one thing to learn from today's economy, it's that we can't derive our identity from our job. Our identity rests in Christ alone, and he provides us the resources we need to work for him first. Your singlehood may even be a tool God can use to make your job its own ministry.

He Said-She Said: Inappropriate Relationships

Guy likes girl. Girl says she's already in a relationship. Yet girl seeks to spend time with guy on the side. "Compromising situations" are involved. Is it inappropriate? And can guy and girl go back to just being friends? Read what "he" and "she" have to say in response.

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • May 27, 2010 |
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Is God Delaying Your Dreams?

Does it seem like God is taking a long time to accomplish a dream in your life? If so, you are not alone.

Why Is God Taking His Sweet Time?

The more I search the scriptures, the more I find that our God is a God of waiting. He takes His time to accomplish things, whether it be something we're hoping for, a change in an individual's life, or a significant event in history. God is apparently in no hurry.

Walking the Narrow Road

Have you ever reached a point in your life where you needed some direction? Where you wanted someone to just show you the path to take or tell you what to do? I have a time or two.

"Should We Marry If We’re Theologically Divided?"

A while back I posted a question from Calvin, a Reformed dispensationalist fundamentalist, and Aimee, a Pentecostal, who have fallen in love and want to get married. Y’all gave a spirited round of responses. Here are my thoughts on the question...

Jesus … Single Like Me: He Knew His Purpose

His purpose was first a relationship with his Heavenly Father and, as a result, a relationship with us. This relationship involved dying on a cross for our sins. As a result of his purpose, our lives—as singles—have purpose.

The Single Life: Take It Outside

There's a great big beautiful world out there! Have you seen it lately? In person, I mean, not through a window or on a screen. You don't have to go on a two-week nature hike deep in uncharted wilderness to enjoy it. The beauties of nature may be closer than you think.

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