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Single & Content

waiting…waiting… and still waiting – Singleness in your 30s 

Four people did! I was engaged 4 times in my 20s, but none of those men were meant to be my husband. My sense of beauty and worth isn’t found in a man’s love for me, it comes from God’s love for me. Sometimes I wonder if I’d have a better chance at marriage if I was thinner, but I’m not interested in somebody who wants a stick – because I want to be a cuddly mummy if I ever am one. If it’s the Lord’s will for me to be married one day, He will provide the right man at the right time. If it’s not His will then so be it. Either way I need to be content and as useful for the Lord’s Kingdom as I know how to be, no matter what phase of life I’m in!

Single & Content

Christian Men Are Single Too 

Secondly, when I meet believers, their first concern is not for my spiritual well-being, but for my single status. Therefore, there is a social stigma, which is associated with singleness not only in the society, but also in the church. I have tried to inform my friends that my greatest need in my life is not my marriage status, but a spiritual rightness with Christ. Ask me about my walk with Christ and how I flesh out that relationship in the everyday nuances of my life.

Marriage & Relationships

Interracial relationships 

Every now and then, conversations come across our paths that push us out of our comfort zones. These conversations are not necessarily invited, but they are necessary. They can be uncomfortable and even painful. They expose our comfortable mind-sets and our justified heart issues. They get us thinking. They are hard work. But hard work always reaps rewards.