I have come to discover that there are only two things that are important in a future spouse. The first was described in my previous blog post, “Resolved, Never to Marry.” The second is described below. “I couldn’t marry someone unless they had art flowing in their veins,” she said to him. “That’s impossible,” he… Continue reading I Couldn’t Marry Someone Unless …
I have come to discover that there are only two things that are important in a future spouse. A relationship with Christ as described below is the first. The second will be described in the next blog post. This was originally written on December 31, 2017, after hearing a message about Jonathan Edwards and his… Continue reading Resolved, Never to Marry
At some point in time (probably in the 40’s or 50’s), someone decided that it was better to replace the word “sex” with the euphemism “intimacy” or “being intimate.” And because of this, to this day, many older people will blush if you use the term “intimacy” around them, assuming you’re referring to sex. But… Continue reading Intimacy Re-imagined
This year when I set out to discover the deeper meaning of the word “relationship,” I had no idea where it would take me. I had no idea of the lessons awaiting me that would begin to break down my selfishness, my pride, and my desire for attention. I had no idea that I would… Continue reading Single & Seeking a Barnabas-Like Community
Dear Church, We need to be a little more careful with the messages we’re sending to our young ones. We need to be more select with the words we use that send subliminal messages to innocent, fresh-eyed children. For those children will grow up to be young men and women with expectations built up from… Continue reading A Spouse is Not a Reward
I just want to start off by saying that I am so grateful for your good intentions. I’m grateful for people who think to pray for me at all. I’m grateful that you care enough about me to want good things for me. But I also want you to know – because I care about… Continue reading Different Kinds of Prayers for the Single Person
I realized recently that because I’ve written so much about the challenges and struggles of being single that some people might have a certain perception of me. A perception that might not be entirely accurate. A perception that I am sad and miserable all the time – if not on the outside, then on the… Continue reading Is It Possible to Be Happy in My Single Years?