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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.

Don't Judge on Appearances

I often struggle seeing how God is using me or those around me. However, if I continually look at my life and my surroundings through Jesus’ eyes and perspective, I will see myself, others and my situation with love, joy, peace and patience.

A Loss That Is Not a Loss - Part 3

The trouble for the beleaguered single is that their specter is ephemeral—it lacks substance, lacks shape, and lacks form. It is as difficult for the single to explain their sorrow as it is for some of our comforters to understand.

  • Hudson Russell Davis |
  • November 13, 2008 |
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When and How to Terminate a Relationship - Part 5

There is no way for a good person to feel pleased when it's time to end a relationship with someone they like, especially if it's clear that they really like you. But in order to marry the right person, you need to avoid marrying the wrong person. That means understanding when a relationship isn't going to work and ending it.

  • Neil Clark Warren |
  • November 11, 2008 |
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He Said-She Said: Letting Go of the Parenting Dream

One female reader asks: “How does a single let go of the parenting dream? Is it wrong to say I can be happy on my own without a child?” Find out what “He” and “She” have said in response.

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • November 06, 2008 |
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When and How to Terminate a Relationship - Part 4

If you are to look for a mate and finally choose well, you must master the skills necessary to assess a relationship and, if need be, bring it to a sensitive end. Part four in a five-part series in learning when enough is enough.

  • Neil Clark Warren |
  • November 04, 2008 |
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A Loss That Is Not a Loss - Part 2

We who are single must face the task of resting and hoping, of contentment tinged with dissatisfaction. What seeks to unearth us is the uncertainty of our situation. Life seems to involve few answers and a multitude of questions.

  • Hudson Russell Davis |
  • October 30, 2008 |
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When and How to Terminate a Relationship - Part 3

What if the chemistry between you and the other person doesn't appear in the first six months? Should you then say that that chemistry is probably not going to appear?

  • Neil Clark Warren |
  • October 28, 2008 |
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Country Club Singles

So many people are turned off by church—and singles’ groups—and I can’t help but think it’s because we’ve stopped representing Christ to the world and adopted a country club mentality instead. We expect everyone to be “like us” before we’ll accept them.

When and How to Terminate a Relationship - Part 2

If you're in a relationship right now in which there is any physical abuse, loud yelling, or in which you feel fearful for your own safety, it has been long enough.

  • Neil Clark Warren |
  • October 21, 2008 |
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Preparing to Marry Judas?

Many young women envision their future husbands as their prince or even a modified version of Christ. But we all marry sinners.

Realizing Your Dreams

There are many who wonder if they have been robbed of their dreams. However, if we spend our time lamenting over what might have been instead of what actually is, we will be blind and deaf to what God has for us today.

When and How to Terminate a Relationship

You've been going with someone for a long time and you're wondering when you have enough information to make a decision, perhaps to not to continue the relationship at all.

  • Neil Clark Warren |
  • October 14, 2008 |
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A Loss That Is Not a Loss - Part 1

That which plagues me lacks substance, shape or form. It makes it difficult for me to explain my sorrow to those who would comfort me in a way that they understand. I mourn a loss that is not a loss—an ambiguous loss.

  • Hudson Russell Davis |
  • October 09, 2008 |
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