Even in a world that is wild and uncertain and hard, when our hope is rooted in God, we can become people of joy and people of gratitude.
Alli Worthington shares what we can learn from the Proverbs 31 woman to enter this next season of life with strength and dignity.
What do you do if you need a hug, but there's no-one around? God created us with a need for touch, writes Lore Wilbert.
It is not my calling to make you like me. It is my calling to love you.
Dorina Lazo Gilmore-Young
When you're solo, scared, and stuck; God will help you to find your way again.
We can leverage social media to inspire us and help us stay connected to the people, ministries, and organizations we care about—but it will take intentionality and self-awareness.
Four questions to ask yourself to find your purpose in this season.
Singleness is not just a time for "waiting". It's a time for living.
Do not give the dregs of your energy to what you care about most. It’s difficult, but don’t wait to invest in your dreams. The truth is: you make time for what you value.
How can we build community when we're supposed to stay distant? Single women have experience and wisdom to share, says Cheryl Luke: be creative and be intentional.
Debra Fileta, M.A., LPC
Confusing selflessness with passivity is something we as Christians often do. Debra Fileta M.A., LPC shares the signs that you’re actually choosing passivity when you may think you're choosing selflessness.
If you're looking for love online, Margot Starbuck says to remember this one thing: you're beloved already.
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