As I searched for true intimacy, I discovered five things I could do to feel loved and give love, even when romance seemed elusive.
How can we integrate our faith with what we do with most of our waking hours: work?
Readers agree – celibacy sounds good in theory. Now for a little practical advice.
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The key to a successful reset is not taking matters into your own hands. Making healthy adjustments in your life should not be an attempt to “fix” yourself.
I confess that when I look back on my life, the fear of graduation paralysis often amounted to nothing at all.
It is an idolatrous belief that marriage will satisfy the longings of our hearts. We’ll only feel complete when we belong to God.
When I’m stressing about a fork in the road — or a wide open, empty prairie of possibilities — I often worry about being a fool.
God does tell us to be content, and singleness isn’t exempt from that. But he doesn’t tell us we have to be happy all the time.
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