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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.

Michelle McKinney Hammond on How to Make Love Work

Michelle McKinney Hammond’s latest book serves as a guide for nurturing a godly romance. In How to Make Love Work: The Guide to Getting It, Keeping It and Fixing What’s Broken, she takes a practical look at what it takes to develop and maintain a healthy relationship.

  • Stacy Hawkins Adams |
  • February 13, 2008 |
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Dating Jesus: The Single Cure for Loneliness

There’s nothing weird about thinking of Jesus like your greatest romantic interest, even if you’re a guy. He wants that kind of intimacy with you so that he can win your heart with his amazing, perfect love, and make you ready for the big day when you get to live happily ever after with him.

When You Have Two Good Choices

"How do you make decisions in life when both roads seem to be good?" the emailer asked...

Trusting God's Timing

I have discovered that God's timing is just as important as God's will. In fact, the Bible talks a lot about timing.

He Said-She Said: Time to Find a Husband?

"After putting my career on the front burner ... I've decided that this is the year when I will get married." Is this what you think or has God truly placed this desire in your heart? See what "He" and "She" have to say about knowing what to do when it comes to one woman's desire to find a husband this year.

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • February 06, 2008 |
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Smart Love

Love, like other primary emotions such as fear and anger, can easily overwhelm us and cloud our judgment. The key to creating a relationship that lasts past the initial "falling in love" stage is falling in love with your smarts intact.

Singles: Talk It Less, Watch It More

Why don’t we take the time to really get to know the people we’re dating? Instead, we’re relying on what they tell us about who they are instead of deciding the truth by how they actually live their lives.

Being Slow to Speak

Slow to speak. It sounds easy enough. But how easy is it when you hear something that you disagree with? What happens when someone is sharing something that you know a great deal more about? What if someone says something that’s offensive?

Reluctant Entertainers: Singles Can Offer Hospitality, Too

Connecting with others is so important to our faith and quality of life. Yet singles often feel reluctant to open their homes, while families hesitate to reach out to singles. But we can learn a lot from others, single or married, and others can learn a lot from us.

The Men in Christ's Life: Blind Bartimaeus

Bartimaeus decided he didn't want to stay where he was. He wasn't content sitting along the road, day after day, doing the same thing and basically getting the same result. He was ready for real change. So he not only prayed, but he yelled it from the mountain tops: "Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on me!"

Before Looking for a Partner, Look within Yourself

You can make a great choice of a marriage partner—and the place to start is with a careful understanding of exactly who you are. The more you know about yourself, the clearer will be your sense of inner direction when it comes to finding the love of your life.

  • Dr. Neil Clark Warren |
  • January 14, 2008 |
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