Raising a Servant Child

  There is not much information in popular channels about training a child to be a servant, yet as Christians,...

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Finding Faith in The Eye of the Storm

It was early in September of 1979 when Hurricane David swept through Dade County, Florida. I was only six...

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Hope for Single Women

Note: In considering what to write for our book description, I deferred to Mike, who had researched this topic...

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Anatomy of a Great (Christian) Date

“What is it like to date a strong Christian man? I truly have no idea. I am honestly asking...

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Is Abstinence Really Worth It?

Before our wedding, we talked about writing an article on the benefits of abstinence from physical intimacy until marriage...

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Ten Tips for Dating a Single Mother

1. Pay for sitters. For a date that includes dinner and a movie, the babysitter could be over $60. Don’t...

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A Father Means the World to His Children

Being a step parent is a difficult and often thankless job.  Step parents often find themselves feeling as if...

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Give the Gift of Romance on Father’s Day

Spark Romance Through Snail Mail This year, in honor of Father’s Day, why not write a romantic, sappy, or heartfelt...

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Divorce Resistant: Building a Stronger Relationship

Romantic relationships were designed to be beautiful, pleasurable blessings that bring joy to our lives, and many do. However,...

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5 Things I Wish I Had Known When I Was Single

  I have been married for little over a month. Although I have been married to two other men previously,...

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