This is the final installment of the blog series: 4 Lies Single Women Believe About Sex. Feel free to check out the first, second, and third posts in this series as well.
Prayer seems archaic when you could easily be one text, call, or car ride away from companionship. Wasn’t Jesus supposed to evict your feelings of rejection and loneliness when He moved into your heart?
Welcome to the third installment of my 4-part blog series entitled, “4 Lies Single Women Believe About Sex.” Each post is written so that you can jump in at any point, but feel free to go back and read the first and second posts as well.
In a father’s absence, he leaves behind some unanswered questions about your worth and what it looks like to be loved by a man.
Welcome to the second installment of my 4-part blog series entitled, “4 Lies Single Women Believe About Sex.” Each post is written so that you can jump in at any point, but If you’d like to read the first post, you can do so right here.
These days everyone is a self-professed love guru, so we pick up tips and methods here and there to construct our own personal plan to successfully land a lasting,
You’ve been taught to use sex as leverage to get what you want your entire life . Now you’re asking yourself, “What will sexual purity do for me?” You know the Bible verses, you know that God disapproves, but what you don’t know is: “Can I trust God to provide the love, intimacy, and wholeness that I’m desperately seeking in my sexual relationships? Sure the satisfaction is fickle and temporary,
Pursuing holiness and forsaking legalism can feel a lot like tightrope walking. How do you find the balance between accepting your responsibility to live righteously without treating personal holiness like a quest to earn God’s approval? How can Christians communicate God’s loving and just nature to those outside of the faith without leaning to one extreme? Today we’ll discuss how to avoid a one-sided pursuit of holiness by actively partnering with God in spiritual growth.