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Coaching Corner: Watch Your Language

The quieter confessions we reserve for the bathroom mirror or the privacy of the car on our daily commutes are powerful. They flow out of us in raw form, in those unedited moments when our hearts are closest to the surface.

Trusting in God's Greater Plans for You

We fall short of reaching God’s potential for ourselves when we do not take advantage of the opportunities that God puts in front of us. When we do not believe in ourselves and the gifts He has given us. And when we fail to see how we fit into God’s plan.

Are You Really Ready for Love? See Your Mate Realistically

To be ready for love you must be willing to accept your mate for who they are, warts and all. When you can honestly love their warts, and insist that they love yours, you may be ready for love.

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • May 20, 2008 |
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The Men in Christ's Life: Zacchaeus

Zacchaeus, was another person who had a bunch of junk in his life. The town did not like him for the kind of work he did. But like myself, I believe he had one foot in the world and one foot in Christ. And he needed one step (up a tree) to cross the line where he, too, would know his purpose.

He Said-She Said: Is Casual Dating Okay?

A reader asks: “Is casual dating okay for a single Christian?” Find out what “He” and “She” have said in response to a question that more singles are asking, as they navigate their way through murky relationship waters.

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • May 08, 2008 |
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Are You Really Ready for Love? Developing the Capacity

We each must examine ourselves to be sure we are ready to love. We must let go of infantile attachment that narrows and expects too much and move to adult, mature attachment that enlarges us and the other. We must be ready to risk having our hearts broken again for love.

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • May 06, 2008 |
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How Can We Resist Temptation?

Do all singles struggle with the temptation of physical desires? For those of you who don’t struggle with this temptation, Praise God! For the rest of us, the Bible provides practical instruction and lessons on how we may be able to handle this and other temptations.

8 Characteristics of Mr. or Ms. Right

Determining the person God wants you to spend the rest of your life with is a critical decision, one that requires putting put aside personal desires in order to consider this: What is God trying to tell me about this relationship?

A Longing Like Starvation

The God who loves me is working all things together for good. So when this loneliness feels like death, aches like starvation, I confess that I am alive and well fed. Time is not my enemy and waiting is not punishment.

  • Hudson Russell Davis |
  • April 22, 2008 |
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The Lost Girls

At the singles functions I’ve attended, I can’t help but notice how many attractive women mill around, trying to be sociable, likable, and noticed. So with so many single men out there, why are so many Christian women growing old alone?

He Said-She Said: What Is My Destiny?

A reader asks: “Is something wrong if, at 30 years old, you don’t know what you want to be when you’re already ‘grown up’?” Find out what “He” and “She” have to say in response to this question about destiny.

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • April 01, 2008 |
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Your University of Relationships

Our family is our University of Relationships. It teaches us whether or not people can be trusted. It teaches us what emotions are safe to express. It teaches us to count on other people, or not. How parents treat a child over the years imparts basic emotional lessons about how to interact with others.

  • Les & Leslie Parrott |
  • March 27, 2008 |
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Should I Wait or Date?

God doesn’t play games. If you are truly waiting on Him, He’ll be very specific and direct when He feels you need to know whether to wait or date. And remember, what was good for Isaac and Rebecca is still good today.

7 Ways to Live Out Resurrection Day Every Day

Resurrection Day happens just once a year. But it’s something we would all do well in observing every day in our hearts. Christ died for us. Now, how will we live for him today?

Why Choose Pre-Marital Counseling?

To the young, engaged couple life feels blissful. So why waste time with counseling when all is going so well? Counselors Beverly and Tom Rodgers share how pre-marital counseling programs can help couples identify relational blind spots and give advice on identifying a quality counseling program.

  • Drs. Beverly and Tom Rodgers |
  • March 12, 2008 |
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He Said-She Said: The Career or Child-Rearing Choice

A male reader asks: “One female recently told me that, contrary to my thinking, many professional single women would love to trade in their careers for a family. Is this true? Would they put their careers on pause to start families?”

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • March 05, 2008 |
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Make Your List Before You Go "Shopping" for a Partner

Suppose you could choose ten qualities that your future spouse will have. Which would you choose? But wait-let's sweeten the deal. Not only do you get to select ten positive qualities this person will have, but you can also identify and eliminate ten deficits. Which twenty items would make your list?

  • Neil Clark Warren, Ph.D. |
  • March 03, 2008 |
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Coaching Corner: Knowing Your Mission

God designed you—your desires, passions, and longings—for a specific reason. All of these, when brought together into the light of God’s presence, will point you to the true, God-inspired mission of your life.

  • Michael D. Warden |
  • February 27, 2008 |
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Exploring Your Emotional Baggage

If your psychological baggage was traveling on a conveyor belt at the airport, what kind of shape would it be in? How would it look? Would it be scuffed up? Tightly locked? Nondescript? How would you describe it?

  • Les Parrott & Neil Clark Warren |
  • February 25, 2008 |
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Looking For Love

In Ephesians, we have instructions for putting on a new life in Christ as we relate to others.

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