Three Things I Learned As a Single

Three Things I Learned As a Single

I wanted to get married, but nothing was happening. I spent many years wondering what was so wrong with me that no one would choose me. The few relationships I did have never went anywhere. The loneliness left me shuffling between feeling desperate and hopeless.

But I finally grew up. There were things I finally learned as a single that changed everything.

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Blended and Blessed: Finding Peace in a Step-Family

Blended and Blessed: Finding Peace in a Step-Family

Over 50% of families in the United States are “re-coupled”, with one or both partners having been married before. Over 50% of children are being raised with one biological parent and that parent’s current partner (married or not). The 21st definition of family is different. Within a Christian context, is it possible to find peace in a step-family?

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Sexuality as a Single Christian

Sexuality as a Single Christian

Perhaps you look at married couples with envy. It seems they get to express themselves sexually any time they want, and you wish you could do the same. Surely God couldn’t have meant for you to survive long-term without getting your sexual needs met, could He? How far can you go? What can you do? How do you handle your sexuality as a single Christian?

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3 Guaranteed Ways to Change Your Spouse

3 Guaranteed Ways to Change Your Spouse

Oh, if it were only that easy! I hear every day from a husband or wife who says, “I can’t get my spouse to do . . . . And if they would change, everything would be great!” You cannot get married expecting to change your spouse. And yet you can change them. Sound confusing?

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Use the Conflict in your Marriage to bring you Closer

Use the Conflict in your Marriage to bring you Closer

Fights where you or your spouse use words or fists (or anything else) to hurt or manipulate the other is damaging. But it’s just as damaging to give in or become a doormat hoping to secure peace at any cost. Two human beings getting married will experience conflict. Rightly viewed, you can leverage that kind of conflict in your marriage to end up closer together.

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