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When He Hands You an Olive Branch

February 17, 2014 by

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(As always, I assume that if you are dating someone, he is a strong believer in Christ, and you are, too. I assume that you are both completely submitted to following Jesus first and that He is your greatest priority in life by far. God commands us to be obedient to His Word and to […]

What a Compliment!

February 3, 2014 by

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From a precious sister in Christ – I appreciate her generosity in allowing me to share her story! I love this girl’s attitude towards God and her situation: Hey April, So I have been following your blog and Youtube videos (channel “April Cassidy”) for a few months now. I had a horrible relationship experience and broke […]

What Does He Want in Life?

December 3, 2013 by

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Here is a comment from JC, a Christian single man in his late 20s, that I believe would be a healthy and godly way for us as women to look at men we are interested in: So, one “romantic fantasy” I’ve heard from women I actually find commendable (even if it’s expressed in questionable ways): […]

I Don’t Want to Lose My Voice and My Identity in My Relationship

November 19, 2013 by

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1. I don’t want to lose my voice and power with my man. Many women are concerned that if they obey God’s Word to respect their husbands (or husbands-to-be) and to honor their husbands’ God-given leadership, that it means they will become “doormats” or that they will lose all power in the relationship. God’s wisdom ALWAYS […]

The Visit

November 15, 2013 by

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From a Christian woman who went to visit a man she is interested in.  I want to thank her for allowing me to share her story.  I believe that many other women are going to relate to her way of thinking and her responses.  Her words from her first email are in black, mine are […]

When He Asks What You Want to Do

November 12, 2013 by

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I talk a good bit about allowing our men to lead, us not taking control and us respecting them as the leaders in our relationships. Sometimes, it is easy to go way too far toward one extreme or the other. One one side, the extreme is that we could become controlling and try to take […]