Let’s be real: romance and dating can be difficult for Christian women. One possible solution to this is online dating. And for certain demographics, Tinder is one of the most common ways to try online dating.
But does Tinder work for Christian women, or is it just for "heathens and hook-ups"?
You’re single. The novelty of a bachelor/bachelorette lifestyle wore off long ago, and you’re ready to meet someone and settle down. Here are some ways to help you determine if you're ready for a relationship....
While I certainly haven’t completely figured out how to navigate the time period from November to early January, there are a few things I’ve learned as a single adult that make the season more enjoyable. It’s certainly not a definitive list—mainly because everyone’s situation is different—but it’s a good place to start.
Since Proverbs 31 paints a picture of an excellent wife, does that mean there’s such a thing as a non-excellent wife? If you’re a single man, you should want to know. If you’re a married woman, or a woman who one day wants to be married, you should want to know, too. No woman wants to be a bad wife. No man wants to marry one, either.
So… what type of woman makes a “less-than-excellent” wife?
Oh, the ol’ bugaboo of dating as a single mom. Should you? Shouldn’t you? There is a line of thinking among some Christians that all dating is wrong. There are others who would say that dating is perfectly natural and okay, but boundaries should be set forth in Christian dating.
If you're looking at dating as a single parent, see if these points have validity.
No matter how busy your day is, take your to-do lists and try to look at them with God’s eyes rather than your own. When I do this, I always find myself making some changes to what I thought were the number-one priorities.
We are in constant comparison of what someone else has and what we don’t. Comparison is a joy-stealer. It’s a bottomless pit of self-doubt and self-deprecation. If you find yourself in that pit, here’s some Biblical wisdom on how to handle it
Lonely isn’t fun. Too often, single women will look past the obvious in a desperate attempt to create a relationship that simply isn’t there. Be aware of some of the signs of a disinterested man; it's crucial to avoiding unnecessary heartache.
Here are 10 red flags that may show you -- He's just not that into you.
When the outfit becomes more important than the attitude we wear to church, we are in big trouble! Here is something to think about before Sunday: Should you wear your best to honor God, or come as you are? YES.
If you are a single guy who is following Jesus, we understand that you probably don’t mistreat us on purpose. We also know that there is no such thing as a relationship without risk. But here are five things that would help our hearts tremendously for you to be more diligent about.