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Where's Our Hope?

A couple of months ago I decided to give up “information” (i.e. television, news, etc.) for a week. What I rediscovered was that my hope is in Jesus and the knowledge I have in Him and the wisdom he provides to those who believe.

We Want to Be Pursued!

You don’t have to be among Christian single women very long to hear one common refrain: “We want to be pursued”—followed close on the heels by “Why won’t the guys ask us out?”

He Said-She Said: When "Love" Is Abusive

One readers says: "My boyfriend breaks my spirit, but yet I sometimes feel like I should still love him. I guess because I keep thinking love is patient. When is enough enough in a 'Christian relationship'?" Read what "he" and "she" have said in response.

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • May 07, 2009 |
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The Choice to Be Single - Part 2

Since “the time is short,” the choice is to purpose our lives for the advancement of God’s kingdom and not the building of our own homes. If this is what they mean when they say it is my choice then yes! It is my choice.

  • Hudson Russell Davis |
  • April 30, 2009 |
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Singles and the Biological Clock – Part 2

In The UnGuide to Dating, a he said/she said look at adult dating relationships, authors Camerin Courtney and Todd Hertz discuss singles and the biological clock: guys who are ready to get married and start a family and gals who perhaps are not.

  • Camerin Courtney & Todd Hertz |
  • April 28, 2009 |
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The Choice to Be Single - Part 1

I concede that it is a choice to be single. But the words “it’s your choice to be single,” whether intentionally or unintentionally, suggest that the only reason the single is unmarried is because they are simply too picky or too cowardly. This I am not willing to concede.

  • Hudson Russell Davis |
  • April 23, 2009 |
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Vocation, Vocation, Vocation?

Many people have not found the vocation they want to work in nor know what God has created them to do. In any case, continually realigning ourselves with the Lord will help us to discern the path that is His will. But how do we do this?

Is There More to Sex Than Pleasure?

Do you need to rethink your view of sex? My hope is that you’ll catch a glimpse of God’s wonderful view of sex and that it will capture your heart and transform the way you live.

He Said-She Said: Unmarried and Vacationing Together

"Is it okay for an unmarried man and woman to go on vacation together?" a reader asks. It's a question many singles find themselves asking during their seasons of singleness. Find out what “he” and “she” have said in response.

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • April 09, 2009 |
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A Special Note for Single Parents

Single parents have all kinds of stories, all kinds of pressures, and all kinds of issues. How do you know if and when you are ready to date when you have kids to raise and the memory of a broken relationship to live with?

  • Bill and Pam Farrel |
  • April 07, 2009 |
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Sex and the Single Guy

Radiant Singleness

"If I hear one more married person preach about singleness being a gift, I'm going to gag!" declared Brice, a 28-year-old single." Singleness is a lonely path. But does it have to be a form of hell on earth?

What I'm Learning from Single Parents

Whether by death or divorce, being a single parent carries with it a unique experiential perspective that cannot be fully understood unless you are one. And from that unique perspective, there is much single parenting can teach all parents...

The Men in Christ's Life: Father of a Boy with an Evil Spirit

"Lord, I do believe, but help me to overcome my unbelief," said the father of the boy with an evil spirit (Mark 9:14-29). Do you ever doubt? Doubt that God is in control? Do you question God's work in your life? His decisions of what is best for you? I do, all the time.

Loving Others Well

The love that Jesus talks about is not a passing or temporary emotion. Rather it’s a choice, a decision, a commitment, an action. In order to love others in the same way that Jesus loves us, we must learn how to love the Lord, and then how to love ourselves.

He Said-She Said: Fighting Over a Man

"A younger guy, who is chasing me, has an admirer who happens to be his friend and she often tries to hinder me from being too close with him. How should I face this kind of situation?" Read what "he" and "she" have to say in response.

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • March 05, 2009 |
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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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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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