Browsing All posts tagged under »prepare for Christian marriage«

Seeking to Understand and Bless Our Brothers in Christ

June 1, 2015 by

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Today’s post is a guest post by a single sister in Christ in her 30s. I so appreciate her willingness to share with us what God is showing her! I have often heard of the battle of sexes. There are jokes, books, television shows, and frequent general conversations about this very topic. I am actually […]

“God, Please! Ask Me for ANYTHING but THIS!”

March 26, 2015 by

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From a precious Christian sister who is currently single and in her 30s: It’s Thursday night. You’ve had a productive day at work; you’ve met deadlines with time to spare, put out fires left and right, found a mistake that everyone has been searching for, for months. You’ve hit the gym and killed your 4th […]

How Can You Know if You Are Ready to Be a Godly Wife?

May 20, 2014 by

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I believe it is very wise to prepare and study and to seek to learn and understand all you possibly can about God’s design, His wisdom and His purposes for us as women and as wives – before we get married if at all possible! But, there is an element of being a godly wife […]

From Clark Kent to Superman

February 26, 2014 by

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The gentlemen are welcome to comment on this post in ways that will edify the ladies by helping us to better understand a masculine perspective on this issue. 🙂 This is a post I wrote for http://www.peacefulwife.com. in the summer of 2012. I think that there is a lot here for the single women, too. […]

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 […]

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): […]

If You Fall for a Man Who Doesn’t Do Much Talking – Part 2

October 17, 2013 by

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Something that really helped me – women tend to take silence as meaning “hatred.” But most men do not intend silence to mean that they are angry. I’m sure there can be exceptions – and they may be extra quiet or withdrawn if they are angry or feeling disrespected. But there can be plenty of […]