How can you tell if God is trying to warn you that you are actually in a toxic relationship? What signs will be present if God is telling you that this person is not marriage material for you? And how can you know if this person just has some normal issues to work through or if this person is truly harmful to be in a relationship with?
Here are 4 signs that God is trying to protect you from marrying a toxic person.
Not all friendships were created equal. So what makes a good friend and what makes a toxic friend? How can you tell if you should continue a friendship or change your boundaries with someone? What are the signs of an unhealthy friendship?
Can Christians who are single and of the opposite gender really be “just friends”? Will single guys and girls inevitably like each other if they are friends? What does the Bible say about single guys and girls being just friends?
What should you do if you are a Christian who is starting to have romantic feelings for an unbeliever? Can Christians and non-Christians date? Is missionary dating a biblical option? Is it okay to be friends, witness to this person, and then date this person if they become a Christian one day?
Many Christian singles will need to navigate questions like these regarding their romantic feelings for an unbeliever. So here are 8 steps you can take if you are a Christian and you have romantic feelings for an unbeliever.
When I was a teenager in need of a summer job, lifeguarding seemed like the perfect fit. I could be in the sun, sit in a chair most of the day, and perhaps even be a hero if someone needed saving. What could be better than that?
What’s the difference between love and infatuation? If you are a Christian single, how can you identify when someone likes you too much? How can you tell if their desire for you is turning into infatuation? And how can you make sure you are not infatuated with someone else?
Discernment is the ability to decipher what is true and false, what is good or bad, or what is helpful or not helpful. People who have discernment are those who seem to have a knack for quickly identifying the “heart of the problem.”