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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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Sex and the Single Person

If the Bible addresses an issue with unrelenting frequency, and that issue is one of the strongest forces in the world, then ministers of the Word are obligated to declare God's will on that issue.

Coaching Corner: The Beautiful Facade

In this New Year season of fresh starts and new beginnings, what if you gave yourself permission to be who you really are, and fully engage with life from a place of honesty and brazen authenticity?

  • Michael D. Warden |
  • January 09, 2008 |
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What Does a Married Pastor Have to Say to Singles?

The single years were formative in my life. Much of who I am as a Christian man was shaped in the experience of singleness. I remember with great fondness the sense of freedom of being a single man, as well as the times of loneliness and longing for a partner in life.

Overflowing Love: 5 Ways to Be More Affectionate

The Apostle Paul knows the secret of building a great life: It starts with getting your roots way down deep into the soil of God's love, and it moves immediately to loving other people. With the help of these five tips, you're on your way to doing that in a big, wonderful way!

  • Neil Clark Warren |
  • January 02, 2008 |
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Keeping Romance on the Front Burner

It's easy to forget to be romantic as you grow closer to someone, and your relationship becomes more certain, more solid, and heads toward a real commitment and marriage.

  • Neil Clark Warren |
  • December 26, 2007 |
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Make Yourself Irresistible

People are often shocked to learn that the key to being irresistibly attractive is much simpler than the cut of your hair or clothes. I won't try and tell you that being attractive has nothing to do with your appearance, but if you can master a single skill, your appearance will seem more attractive to everyone.

  • Neil Clark Warren |
  • December 19, 2007 |
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Being Quick to Listen

Listening, in and of itself, may seem to be a simple act, but it does takes practice. Why should we become quick to listen? Three reasons stand out to me—understanding, learning, and remembering.

How Does One Keep a Vow of Chastity?

Chastity was a part of my Christian faith I dismissed as “dated” and counter to my personal growth in the modern world. Then, In my late twenties and searching for love, I decided to try a vow of chastity...

To Single Women: Men. Don't. Change.

When Our Plans Aren't God's Plans

Do you ever look at your life and wonder how you got where you are? Do you ever compare your life to your friends’ or neighbors’ lives? Do you ever wonder if you’ll ever reach those goals that you set for yourself or realize the dreams that you have?

Singles Q&A: A Word for Single Men & Preparing for Marriage

A single man asks: Why is it that most, if not all, singles advice is addressed to women? Do men not have the right to struggle with singleness? A single woman asks: What should a woman do in preparation for becoming a wife before she meets her future husband? Carolyn answers.

  • Carolyn McCulley |
  • October 22, 2007 |
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Coaching Corner: A Measure of Joy

How much joy are you experiencing in life these days? Your answer will reveal much about whether you are pursuing the life you were made for ... whether you are living in alignment with your deepest God-inspired values and identity.

  • Michael D. Warden |
  • October 17, 2007 |
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1 Corinthians 13: Wisdom for Choosing a Good Spouse

If we’re wise, we will diminish the “love is blind” syndrome by comparing our own behavior and our potential spouse’s behavior to the characteristics of 1 Corinthians 13:4-8.

  • Kathy Collard Miller, D. Larry Miller |
  • October 15, 2007 |
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You Attract to Yourself Relationships That Fit You

In The Secret Things of God, author Dr. Henry Cloud offers a positive Christian alternative to the best-selling The Secret. He reveals where Scripture transcends and differs from mainstream thought, as he points out spiritual truths that make life work. Read an excerpt.

If Your Parents Got Divorced

Studies have found that divorce rates are higher for people who grew up with divorced parents. Experts point to the unresolved issues kids have as adults with their parents and how they contaminate their own attempts at connection. So let us pass on a few pointers that may help.

  • Les & Leslie Parrott |
  • October 08, 2007 |
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Get Serious About Being Happy

What is within your control that would genuinely add to your level of happiness? Whatever it is, this week, I challenge you to do it. Why? Because happiness can literally prolong your life.

A Relationship Requires More Than Just Love

Sooner or later, every good relationship bumps into bad things. And that's when honest people discover that love, no matter how good, is never enough to keep their relationship moving forward.

  • Les & Leslie Parrott |
  • September 26, 2007 |
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Top 10 Qualities to Look For in a Wife

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