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Receiving Singleness as a Gift from God - Part One

The Scripture teaches that both marriage and singleness, like children, are gifts from God. To some, He gives the gift of marriage; to others, He gives the gift of singleness.

  • Nancy Leigh DeMoss |
  • April 16, 2007 |
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Coaching Corner: Renewal and Rest

We are biologically wired to move from periods of engagement to periods of withdrawal and rest, and back again. Anytime we don't honor those natural rhythms, our health suffers, and our lives fall out of balance.

Know Your Assets and How to Use Them

You can squander your assets if you don't understand them and use them well. As singles, one of our assets includes flexibility, which also brings with it potential snares of laziness and greed in possessions.

Moments for Singles: Greener Grass

Could the hunger in your heart today have less to do with the “greener grass” of marriage or a family or an exciting career than it does with a desire for richer relationship with the living God?

Women Who Intimidate

In my limited experience, when men describe women as intimidating, they are most often referring to a woman whose spirit is hard and unyielding. They are intimidated by her contentious attitude. Such a woman makes them wary.

Are You Really Ready for Love? Take the Test

It's test time. It’s time to take an honest look in the mirror. Are you really ready, or are there a few areas that need improvement before you can really enter into a loving and committed relationship?

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • March 23, 2007 |
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The Gift of Singleness – Part 5

The Men in Christ's Life: Joseph, Stepfather of Jesus

We speak often of how amazing Mary was. How she was picked by God to have his only son. However, we forget that Joseph was picked to be his earthly father. God knew who Joseph was deep in his heart. A man of faith, honor and respect.

The Gift of Singleness: Part IV

There are advantages in being single just as there are in being married. One who is engaged may have questions in light of that which has been said, particularly if that individual finds himself/herself in circumstances that might fall under the heading "present distress."

You’re Engaged! Can You Wait? - Part 1

Before you get caught up in wedding plans, you may want to pause and take a breath. You’re about to engage in the biggest fight of your life, after all – and I don’t mean with your intended.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • March 02, 2007 |
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“They Laugh at Winter”- Facing Winter With a Smile

During these cold, dark, dreary days you need your spiritual armor more than ever. When was the last time you laughed at winter? How do you face winter with a smile?

  • Kathleen Hardaway |
  • February 28, 2007 |
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The Gift of Singleness: Part III

  • Dr. Paul J. Dean |
  • February 26, 2007 |
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Laughing at the Future

Why don’t we smile at our futures? I think it’s because we view that time with the vague dread of a blind date - we’re unsure of whom we’ve committed this time to, where we’re going, and whether we’re going to like this time together.

  • Carolyn McCulley |
  • February 21, 2007 |
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The Gift of Singleness: Part II

  • Dr. Paul J. Dean |
  • February 19, 2007 |
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What to Do When You Want "It" Now

Whatever “it” is in your life that you think you are missing, whatever “it” is that you think is holding you back, whatever “it” is that is your security blanket that you use as your excuse, ask God to deal with it.

Valentine's so Shallow Compared to 'The Deep, Deep Love of Jesus'

As florists, greeting card companies, and romantic restaurants ready their wares for Valentine's Day, many people feel lonely, forgotten, unloved, and unlovable. Well, that’s just not so.

  • Eva Marie Everson |
  • February 14, 2007 |
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Be Married or Be a Wife

It's not very common for us to say, "I want to be a wife." We want to be the chosen one and to be the heroine of a chick-flick romance, but we rarely say we want to "be a wife."

  • Carolyn McCulley |
  • January 31, 2007 |
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