Here are 3 signs someone is trying to manipulate you.
Should Christian singles have friends from the opposite sex? In my opinion, yes!
Of course there are some complications to man and woman friendships, which I discuss in my article, “Can Guys and Girls Really Be Just Friends?”
In this article, however, I am going to focusing on 4 advantages you can have if you are a Christian single person with friends from the opposite sex.
Here are 6 signs someone in your life is mistreating you and taking you for granted. These signs can apply to any relationship, but when I was creating this content I was thinking of a dating relationship. While these signs are certainly red flags for any relationship, these are not insurmountable sins if someone is willing to repent and ask you for forgiveness.
By studying 2 Timothy 3:1-5, we can discover at least 19 red flags that Christian singles should avoid if they hope to enter into a godly relationship. This passage of Scripture is for all Christians and applies to a much wider context than just relationships for singles. However, by applying this list specifically to a season of singleness and dating, we can also gather an immense amount of valuable insight to help you avoid bad relationships. 2 Timothy 3:1-5 states:
Here are 3 signs that God is showing you that someone in your life is untrustworthy.
Is God trying to warn you about someone? Are you possibly missing the cautionary signs the Lord is sending you about someone who can bring massive damage into your life?
Here are 3 clues God might be sending you to help you to avoid someone he does not want you to be with.
Here are 3 common ways Christian single women often send the wrong signal to the guy they are interested in.
I believe there are basically three big phases that Christian single people need to go through if they want to get married one day. You have to meet, date, and then get engaged.
When you see another engagement announcement on social media, how does it make you feel? What should you do when another friend asks you to be in their wedding but inside you are grieving that you are still single? How should you respond when many of your friends are beginning to have babies while you have not even gotten married yet?
One of the most common mistakes Christian singles make while trying to date someone they like is that they express romantic intent before building a connection with this person.