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Why Do We Need to Have It Our Way?

At Burger King, it's "Have it your way." I wonder how many of us have been deeply influenced by this “societally-infused” notion.

Can I Please My Parents and Still Be Myself?

A reader asks, "My parents see too many objections to ever approve of my desire to marry my boyfriend. What do I do?"

  • Kris Swiatocho, Cliff Young |
  • June 27, 2013 |
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I'm Scared: Fear of God or Fear From God?

Do you have a healthy fear of God? Or are you always looking over your shoulder, awaiting a lightning bolt?

You Were Made For More

Paul doesn’t describe singleness as a curse. He's convinced throughout 1 Corinthians 7 of the blessing of the single life.

Waiting for a Man? Change Your Focus From Here to Eternity

Life in God has a way of surprising you with an unexpected life that makes you happier than you originally planned.

He Said-She Said: Can I Be Poor and Still Invest in a Relationship?

"How can a man of integrity manage a relationship when he doesn’t have enough money? Could poverty be God’s call into celibacy?"

  • Kris Swiatocho, Cliff Young |
  • June 13, 2013 |
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Is Online Dating Biblical?

Online dating isn’t inherently evil or good. Sometimes things are less about what we do than about the heart we do it with.

The "L" Word: Harder Than it Looks

Oh, no. The “L” word. The “L” word with which married folks think we singles struggle the most. Not "lust," actually - "love."

Who Are You Listening To?

Do you believe everything you read on the internet? Do you listen to that “still small voice” or do you follow only your own?

All I’ve Dreamed of is Being a Wife and Mother

"Ever since I was little, I’ve dreamt of being a wife and mother. However, right now I’m single..."

What's Anger Got to Do With It?

How do you know when it's OK to be angry? Is all anger unrighteous? Can I be angry in a righteous way?

Is Hope Clouding My Vision?

A reader admits, "I truly love my boyfriend, but I somehow get the sense God has other plans. Why do I still cling? Please help."

  • Kris Swiatocho, Cliff Young |
  • May 23, 2013 |
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In Which We Have a Frank Chat About My Marital Status

I am a Christian. I am a woman. I am a leader. Remove any one of those statements and I believe I would be married.

Is Overcommitment Crowding Your Life?

Is it hard for you to say “No”? Have you ever considered that you might be overcommitted?

I'm Single, But I'm Still a Whole Person

I don't feel like half a person because I'm single. I only feel like that when my society pushes that half-hearted position on me.

He Said-She Said: I Can't Forgive Myself

A reader laments, "after my parents divorced my life took a downward spiral...I've never had a healthy relationship."

  • Kris Swiatocho, Cliff Young |
  • May 09, 2013 |
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Deconstructing Depression’s Taboos

We need to bring the dialog about depression and suicide out into the open, instead of staying in the shadows of misinformation.

Wanted: Christian Men Worth Waiting For

Young Christian women who want to get married say too few men are willing to cooperate.

A Fine Line: Don't Worry. Be Concerned

Worrying is a state of mind where you are anxious about something. Concern can look like worry. But how are they different?

He Said-She Said: I'm Too Chicken!

A reader writes: "Am I expected to put in a little work, or will my future spouse just 'fall into my lap'…?"

  • Kris Swiatocho, Cliff Young |
  • April 25, 2013 |
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