Singles and “The Benedict Option”

Now more than ever, Christian single adults must live in connected community to tell our story to both ourselves and a restless world. Modeling the practices of ancient believers gives us a good place to start.  

Facing Insecurity, Finding Friendship

Discover why self-absorbed insecurity is the enemy of healthy relationships.

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How to love the people with whom we are friends or with whom we might start a friendship

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Is Your Punctuation Sending the Wrong Message? 

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Need some creative date ideas this summer?

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There are many good things we can learn from being in relationships, but we can learn just as much from going through a breakup and being single again.

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