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How to Bless Our Men with Respect

January 5, 2014 by


Yesterday, we talked about disrespect.  Today, let’s focus on how we can bless others around us – but particularly our men by learning to speak the language of respect fluently.  Men and women both need love and respect.  A godly relationship will have love and respect flowing freely in both directions. Whether you are dealing […]

Sending Emails to Men

January 2, 2014 by


Ladies, When you write an email, text or message a guy – If you are not dating yet, it can be wise to only contact him after he contacts you.  I am sure there are exceptions. If you do send him an email first – don’t send him another one until he responds to the […]

Making Assumptions

December 12, 2013 by


I am sure we have all heard the results that often happen when we assume things. That is SO true in male/female relationships. ** Speaking about assumptions 🙂 for this post – and every post – I am making the assumption that you are dating a godly man who loves Christ above all else and […]

What Some Single Christian Men Wish Christian Women Knew (from the Archives)

December 9, 2013 by


This is our Christian brother’s response from a question I asked him after yesterday’s post (Why Asking About His “Five Year Plan” Can Backfire).   I asked him what he would suggest  Christian women might do when they believe they are having to wait too long for the Christian man they are interested in to “move […]

What Godly Guys Are Looking For (From the Archives)

December 7, 2013 by

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FROM JASON A Godly man…or man who earnestly follows Christ won’t be lusting after you…he will chat with you, and want to have a DATE with you to see if you have stuff in common, or more! He won’t be dropping sexual hints with you. A real “guy of God” will smile, will look you […]

The Powerful Concept of “Submitting Under Protest”

December 6, 2013 by


Whether you believe your man is watching “too much TV,”  shouldn’t look at certain things (in your view), is working more than you think he should,  is not “making you a priority” the way you want him to, or whatever the issue is – if you respond to him by yelling at him and demanding that […]