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Why I Dumped Johnny Depp for a Sensitive Guy

There was a time when I had a fascination for guys (and pirates who wear eyeliner) like Johnny Depp. Something was so mysterious and compelling. But it didn’t take long in the dating world to discover that this man is only a fabrication of Hollywood.

Decoding "He's Just Not That into You"

In a culture that could be dubbed “Honesty Takes a Holiday,” how do any of us know another person’s true intent? Trying to read cues from the opposite sex for signs of interest is one thing. But outwardly saying one thing when you mean another is a form of deceit.

The Distinction Between In and For – Part 2

Every facet of the Christian life involves a hope for what is not yet, for what should or could be. It is here, in this wide river of grace that singles come to dip their feet. We hope for a relationship because we are people of hope. We hope in a God who longs to bless us. We hope for the things we desire.

  • Hudson Russell Davis |
  • February 24, 2009 |
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The Distinction Between In and For - Part 1

If we hope, we hope not just for a husband or wife. We hope in a God who loves us and desires to bless us. We hope in God for the gift of a husband or wife. We can therefore hope for a husband or wife but never place our hope in a husband or wife.

  • Hudson Russell Davis |
  • February 19, 2009 |
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Being Slow to Become Angry

Slow to become angry? It’s easy to think about when you’re not frustrated, aggravated, or in the midst of a heated discussion. However, when you are in the middle of a conflict or faced with a major disappointment, this may be a much more difficult task.

He Said-She Said: Should I Get Married While in Seminary?

A young seminary student wonders if he should marry his girlfriend now (“temptations are strong”) or wait until he’s finished (“I don’t want to ruin what God has for me here in seminary”). Find out what “He” and “She” have said in response.

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • February 12, 2009 |
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Don't Compare Your Life Away

We almost innately compare ourselves to one another. We desire what we do not have , we judge others for what they possess, and, as a result, we don’t seek to understand God’s specific will for our own lives.

Trusting God's Timing

Can you think of a time in your life when you acted impulsively and came to regret it?

Why Will 2009 Be Any Different?

Change happens every day, with singles who find their mates, with broken marriages, with messed up teens, adolescents, and even with seniors. Making change can be hard, but not impossible. You must believe this!

  • Kathleen Hardaway |
  • January 29, 2009 |
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He Said-She Said: Showing Interest without Causing Lust

"God has given us the desire to be sexual, and I believe being flirtatious is okay. How does a woman let a man know she is interested and not cause lust?" Find out what "He" and "She" have said in response.

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • January 15, 2009 |
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Handling the Losses of Life - Part 3

One of the most important steps in recovering from loss is saying good-by to whatever was lost. To do this helps you move toward closure and bring back control over your life and the circumstances that were diminished by the loss.

  • Dr. H. Norman Wright |
  • January 13, 2009 |
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Handling the Losses of Life - Part 1

Over the years I have discovered that most people travel through life with unfinished business that acts as unnecessary baggage. Many are not aware that what they've experienced would be classified as a loss.

  • Dr. H. Norman Wright |
  • December 30, 2008 |
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The Most Unusual of Places

There is a gift I would like to receive this Christmas that I am certain will be deferred—perhaps not forever—but for now. What WILL be there, as it has been for so many years is “the gift of singleness.”

  • Hudson Russell Davis |
  • December 25, 2008 |
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Stand Up and Go to Your Corner

Working in singles ministry, I visit so many churches and just don't have the time needed to get know everyone. So I love to do what is called "a continuum," which allows us to share a little about ourselves as everyone moves to different corners of the room.

Real Men Are "Rough Around the Edges"

Women who strike a gracious balance between accepting men as they are—admittedly rough around the edges—yet gently prod them to be their best self might find a true knight after all, or at least a knight-in-the-making.

How Singles Can Stay Focused at Christmastime

At Christmastime, as singles we are frequently reminded of what we don’t have relationally and materially. It’s also difficult to stay focused on the true essence of the season amidst the commercial distractions that we face.

Embrace the Season

If you keep doing what you’re doing today, where will you be ten years from now? As singles, there is a tendency to put life on hold, waiting for that day you finally walk the aisle, when that ring goes on your finger, when you say, “I do.” Then, you think, life will truly begin.

  • Kathleen Hardaway |
  • December 09, 2008 |
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He Said-She Said: Why Do Women Go for the "Bad Boys"?

“Here’s what I don't understand: Why do women today prefer the ‘bad boys’ they know will mistreat them over the "good men" they know will treat them right?” Find out what “He” and “She” have said in response.

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • December 04, 2008 |
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More Than These

I realize that the Father may have called me to Himself for more than a wife and family. I have had to answer, far more than three times, the question He posed to Peter: “Hudson, do you truly love me more than these?”

  • Hudson Russell Davis |
  • November 27, 2008 |
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If the People Around Me Would Change

On more than one occasion, I have learned this important lesson: You won't become happy if someone else changes or if the world around you changes. You become happy when you change.

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