God’s Will in Your Singleness

While the “why” behind God’s will and His plan may always burden our single minds, the truth is that we may never fully understand why God has put us in the season of life that we’re in, this side of heaven. The other thing to remember, though, is that the “what” is just as important for us to think about.

5 Bible Verses for Singles: Hope

In those moments (when I feel inadequate, self conscious, and unworthy) all of my insecurities about being single rush to the surface and I’m overwhelmed by emotions tied to my dwindling hope of a brighter future. Those are the moments when I need to remember to seek the truth in God’s word, rather than listening to the lies of the world.

Single’s Survival Guide: 5 Techniques to Help with Handling Rejection

Whether you’ve been rejected verbally, physically, or mentally, it never feels good and can cause you to question many things about your life. So here are 5 ways to handle rejection without letting it get the best of you.

Tulips or Tuscany

Welcome to Holland is a poem that describes how our previous expectations can impact our ability to enjoy our current reality. While the original intent of the poem may be about a life situation that is more serious than remaining single, the message can be applied to many different situations because we have all experienced … Continue reading Tulips or Tuscany

Wait for It

Unless you've been living in a cave in the wilderness or jetting through the galaxy trying to find Luke Skywalker on a remote island hideaway, you've probably heard of the musical Hamilton. I know what you're thinking, “What does a Tony Award-winning hip hop musical about Alexander Hamilton have to do with being single?” I'm … Continue reading Wait for It

Enough

Have you ever been made to feel “less than?” I think that it's just part of the human experience (not necessarily specific to your relationship status). Other people will find any excuse they can to put you down, especially when you're doing well (or at least projecting that you are doing well, even if you're … Continue reading Enough