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BEncouraged | Taking a TKO

“3rd time down…and love wins, again.”

When a relationship doesn’t turn out the way you expected, it can be difficult to embrace the disappointment. It seems that love at times catches us off guard, and then blindside us, knocking us into disillusionment and disappointment. 196 more words


The Single Truth

(Warning: This post might seem tongue in cheek or angry in certain cases, but let it go, don’t take it seriously, but at best, take the points I make as something to actually consider. 2,132 more words


All the Single Ladies {Part Two}

This is the second part of Alida’s honest words on singleness and the church. I pray it continues the conversation for you. As for me, I’m working on something beautiful that I hope I can share with you next week. 1,275 more words

Church Culture

An article on singleness

I’ve been thinking lately the topic of singleness. Again. (And the topic of marriage occurs obviously in my mind as well.) So singleness. The dreaded s-word. 263 more words


Just Wait

Everything in life takes time.  Yet I want life to happen just like I’ve planned it:


If I Was Ruth

A strange title – I know. And no, I’m not talking about Ruth in the field, waiting for your husband, or even how awkward it must have been to take advice from your (technically) ex mother-in-law on how to “receive” your husband. 1,615 more words


April’s second point—about the way that marriage features in our cultural scripts about adulthood—is an important one. Within such scripts, perhaps especially in evangelical Christian circles, marriage is a matter of course. 661 more words

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