Why Christian Counseling May Be the Best Decision You Ever Make

I’m not at all ashamed to tell you that I have been to numerous counselors, therapists, whatever you want to call them, in my adult life. Four to be exact. The “How does that make you feel?” sofa in every counselor’s office doesn’t intimidate me. I find it quite comfortable. And if time and money were no obstacle I’d like to have a permanent counselor. But then that might make me co-dependent or something which would defeat the purpose.

Why Christian Counseling May Be the Best Decision You Ever Make

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Weekend Prayers and Links

I opened the iPad, and the text message meanest text message stared at me. It cut to my heart, and I began to seethe with anger. My heart started beating fast and my whole body shook. I went straight to my phone to text a friend. “You should see the email I got! I’m done! Done!” Then I emailed my husband, who was at work. “You won’t believe the text message I got!”

Over the next hours I calculated my response. All the while Jesus kept coming to my mind. I tried to shoo Him away. At that moment, I didn’t want Jesus. I wanted justice. Justice was my right.

But He wouldn’t leave me alone.

Weekend Prayers and Links for Single Women

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Do You Want to Take the One Year No Dating Challenge?

Are You Ready to Take the One Year No Dating Challenge?

Recently I have received several emails about the One Year No Dating Challenge. Many of you want to take the challenge, and need to take the challenge, but don’t know where to start. As I’ve said before, it’s the one thing I wish I had done when I was single. I recommend it to everyone! So I want to help you! However, I want to help you in the ways you need and want help.Continue Reading

11 Ways Single Women Can Serve Married Women

Last week I gave you 11 Ways Married Women Can Serve Single Women. Today it’s the single women’s turn. So here are 11 Ways Single Women Can Serve Married Women.

Honestly, when I was single I was not intentional about serving married women. I babysat some, but never for free, and I mentored a few of my friends’ daughters. But that’s about it.

However, I noticed a trend as I got older and remained single. Even then I verbalized it like this: “The longer I remain single, the more selfish I get.” I didn’t want to be selfish. I wasn’t setting out to be selfish. But by default I became more selfish. When you are the only person you have to take of every day, it happens. It takes intentional effort to not become selfish.

11 Ways Single Women Can Serve Married Women

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