First of all, thank you for reading my blog! I appreciate every comment, view and share of my posts more than you know. I started this blog back in 2013 because I had so many thoughts floating around in my head that I wanted to share with others. I have always been into journaling so blogging was a natural extension of my love of writing.
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What is one topic you wish the church talked more openly about?
Perhaps it’s sex?
Continue reading “Sex, Jesus and Conversations the Church Forgot Book Review”
A few weeks ago we were visiting a couple from our church who have a young baby. As we were talking a sad reality came to light. It seems that social connections at church are largely determined by the presence of children or one’s marital status.
Continue reading “Enough with Cliquey Church Social Groups: Why we Need to be Intentional in Creating Community at Church”
I recently read an article by a man on a popular Christian magazine site giving advice to the ladies in waiting. To be honest I thought his advice was a lame excuse for men choosing to act like adolescents and waiting for a woman to fix their problems. I fear this sends a message to women that men have pretty much just given up on maturity and you must take the lead. To this I say wrong! Please don’t settle for a man-child, because real, godly, mature men still exist.
Continue reading “To the ladies in waiting…”
I write a lot on this blog of marriage and my experiences being married. I write about this topic because it’s relevant to my life at this point. However, before this current season, I spent a lot of time being single.
I’ve written a few posts about those days: Just Wait, When Everyone Else is Getting Engaged and Encouragement for Single Women. Although those were not the most favourite times in my life, they were necessary.
One lesson I learned was to be content on my own.
Continue reading “Thoughts on Singleness: How I Conquered Feeling Lonely, Unwanted and Not Good Enough”
Everything in life takes time. Yet I want life to happen just like I’ve planned it:
- Meet a cute guy
- Get married
- Have kids
Continue reading “Just Wait”
We are all trying to convince each other we’re content by saying:
“I’d love to be dating but, I’m good right now.
I’m not looking for a boyfriend.
God will bring me my prince charming.
I’m just really content with my life.
I’m too busy with school, this would not be a good time to have a boyfriend.”
Continue reading “Are You Really Content?”
Within the past two years, it seems I’ve known a lot of couples who’ve gotten married or engaged. (Just today I found out about two young ladies at church that had recently gotten engaged).
This is serious, people aren’t just dating anymore. I think I could’ve handled dating. Marriage is a huge step, it’s almost mind-blowing to me. Most of these couples are in their early twenties or late teens. It just seems almost preposterous to me, especially when there are virtually no potentials on my horizon.
Continue reading “When Everyone Else is Getting Engaged”
A lot of times I feel very discouraged that I haven’t met the right guy or have never been in a relationship. Especially when I see other couples holding hands, working out at the gym together or at a party. It’s hard not to feel sad and lonely.
Continue reading “Encouragement for Single Women”