Question to Discuss: In your experience, are single men avoiding dating women in their own churches?
Roundtable: Don’t Pass Me By
The cry of Christian women everywhere has been heard: “The single men in my church aren’t asking me or my friends out! They’re searching elsewhere for mates. Are we not good enough or what?” Ladies, we decided to go to the men themselves for an answer. Is the complaint valid? Is there a reason behind the apparent slight? Our panel of men weighs in.
It’s no fun to discover you were the one person left off the party invite list. Whether it’s on the job, in a friendship, a dating relationship or from a family member, rejection is a tough pill to swallow. Lysa TerKeursthas been there. In her book “Uninvited,” she shares some of the biggest “less than” and “left out” traps, and shows us how living loved is the one thing powerful enough to defeat the rejection monster.
Inbox: Worth the Wait?
She’s dated him for a while, but he’s still not quite ready for marriage. He has a few more things to get in order — like finding a job. But he’s been stuck in the same spot for as long as she can remember. Should she continue waiting — and waiting? She doesn’t want to kick him while he’s down, but she doesn’t want to spin her wheels forever, either. Candice Watters offers advice.
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