As a Christian single woman looking for a Christian husband, it can be slim pickings out there. (The same could be said to the Christian single men looking for a wife, but this article is for the women.)
By the term “situationship,” I’m referring to that type of connection you have with someone that is more than a friendship but less than a committed relationship. You are not just friends but you are not a boyfriend and girlfriend either. There is obvious chemistry between you two but your connection remains undefined.
When there’s a problem in a relationship, it’s easy to think there is only one option to solve it. Sometimes this true. But at many other times, there are multiple paths forward that will help you deal with this issue. The only thing God does not want you to do in these instances is nothing.
So here are 4 signs that one way or another God does want you to change your relationship with someone.
We can choose to get married even when we are not really ready. But throughout the Bible God gives us principles for how to have a successful relationship for his glory.
So here are 5 really important qualities God will develop in the Christian before releasing them into marriage. These are not the only 5 qualities needed to have a great relationship. These are just 5 really important ones.
Last week we went over 3 Signs God Is Revealing Your Isaac to You. In that article we focused on how a Christian woman will know when God is revealing her future husband to her. In this article, we will focus on how a Christian man will know when God is revealing his future wife to him.
So here are 3 signs God is revealing “your Rebekah” to you.
Here are 5 common things that will happen when God is leading you to date someone from your local church.
Here are 5 things God will show you when someone is just playing mind games with you.
Some Christian singles are perfectly content remaining single, which means they are probably called to a life of singleness. While we should all find our ultimate contentment and joy in Christ, it’s okay to not want to be single as long as your ultimate joy is in Christ. Marriage is a blessing for those who want it.
So if you are in a season of unwanted singleness, here are 5 negative thought patterns that could be keeping you single which God wants you to reject.
If you are a Christian single woman who wants to be married to a godly man, it is key to understand how God designed a man to desire a woman. So here are 4 things God designed a Christian man to strongly desire in a woman.