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How to Bless Our Men with Respect

January 5, 2014 by

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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 […]