Christian Single Stages of Development

In many years of singles ministry, I have run into believers at different stages of their Christian walks. Their ages would vary, but across each stage, they would have similar questions and challenges. I thought I would share about them today so we could each see where we are at. Also, so you can recognize…

Are You the One?

Where are you? I know you’re here somewhere. I can hear you in the distance. You’re crying for relief from pain because you fell again. You’re hiding somewhere in the darkness, but I am determined to find you. I think I know where you are. I am hoping that you will willingly step out of…

Reverse the Curse While You’re Dating

Recently, someone posted the following situation on social media: If both spouses work and the husband comes home every day before the wife, should the wife still cook every day? The last time I checked, it had been up only five days and there were over 550 comments and climbing. Many of the women were…

Guest Blog Post: Concerning Abuse in Marriage and Divorce

To those who have been in abusive relationships, let me ask you this question: if a woman’s husband decides to set her on fire, do you think it is biblical for her to stay in that marriage? There has been heavy debate whether abuse is permissible as grounds for divorce. I have seen countless churches…

The Power of the Right Hope

I went to a Christian singles fellowship tonight (as I’m writing this) where a speaker shared clips from an upcoming media series and gave a talk about international events, Christianity, and prophecy. It was interesting and refreshing, and it sparked several comments and questions. It got me thinking, where is our hope in a world…

What If It Started With Us Single Christians?

11:00 a.m. was called out as “the most segregated hour of the week” by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in one of his final speeches which he gave on March 31, 1968, just four days before he was assassinated. In case you’re not sure what that means, it means that the most traditional hour of…

In 2018: From a Happier New You to a Happier New Year

Happy New Year, my single Christian friends all over the world! Happy New Year also to all my married Christian friends who have been reading, following, and supporting my blog, FB page and/or IG posts. Isn’t a new year fun? Refreshing? I like new years. I’ve been reviewing my life over the last several days,…

More Word, Less Lip, in 2018

The latest Happy New Year is almost here! Can you believe it? In less than 24 hours, we will jump over the hump of the Christmas holidays and land right at the start of a sparkling, fresh, brand new year. Before we get there, how did you do on last January’s new year resolutions? Can…

One Solitary Life

Here is a man who was born in an obscure village as the child of a peasant woman. He grew up in another obscure village. He worked in a carpenter shop until he was thirty and then for three years was an itinerant preacher. He never wrote a book. He never held an office. He…

Christmas Came to Send Easter

When I was a young child, I was very quiet, but observant and analytical. And, apparently, I asked a lot of questions. My dad once told me he used to call me The Question Box and shared examples of what that looked like on one occasion (“Why is the moon round?”). I guess I had…

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