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[Podcast] Deb Fileta: The Most Important Thing Singles Need To Know For Marriage

I hope you will be encouraged by this episode as I have a conversation with my friend Deb Fileta. Debra K. Fileta is a Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in Relationship and Marital issues. She is also an author and speaker who is passionate about spreading the message that healthy people make healthy relationships.  I asked her to come on the show and …

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[Podcast] When You Have To Wait

I think this episode with speaker and author, Wendy Pope, has foundational wisdom to living in the peace of God and contentment for where He has you now. Wendy writes devotions for Proverbs 31 Ministries’ “Encouragement for Today” and is a content provider for the free online devotion app First 5 as well as a member of the Proverbs 31 …

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[Podcast] Loss, Grief & Loving Again With Brittany Price Brooker

Today we are talking to Brittany Price Brooker. She is a speaker, mama, wife and singer/songwriter. She lives in the Atlanta, Georgia, area with her family and just may be a super hero. She has an incredible story, and I’ve asked her to come and share her insight on how to love God in the midst of trials. I don’t know …

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25 Things Singles Hear At Christmas

Who doesn’t love a little laughter at Christmas? Founder of Single Matters, Jill Monaco, shares some funny things singles hear at Christmas (or around the year) and puts some commentary on it. Hope you enjoy!

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Single For The Holidays

Walking into the party by myself. No hand to hold. Feeling like everyone is staring at me. Trying to find someone I know to talk to. Spending the holidays alone can be tough. Others may feel sorry for you or think something is wrong with you. It can be awkward and uncomfortable. I spent many years alone and single at …

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The Single Christian And A Celebrating God

Every once in a while, I run into a Christian single who is chronically drab, dour or otherwise non-celebratory. Whether because of anger over being single, religious doctrine, personality, rebellion against commercialism and snarled traffic, or bad experiences with other humans (such as bad marriages), they’ve developed the attitude that there is really nothing special to celebrate. The current holiday …

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Single at Christmas: A Love / Hate Story

Dear Christmas, I am writing this letter to tell you how I feel. I have been bottling up these emotions for most of my adult life. It is time to show up and tell my truth to you. To put it bluntly: I love you and I hate you. The early years with you were so memorable. We would get …

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For My Single Girls This Christmas

Hey, single gals. ‘Tis the season for “Jingle Bells” and “Deck the Halls.” It’s a season full of laughter and fun, but I know the holidays can be tough sometimes too. There are so many parties to go to and dinners to get through. A lot of people are asking how your dating life is going or giving you unwanted …

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The Art Of Being Alone

Lord Help

There was a time in my life when I felt utterly alone. It was my first year of graduate school, and I was living off-campus in my own apartment. I was no longer surrounded by the hustle and bustle of college life. Though I had three roommates, we were each wrapped up in doing our own things, and our lives …

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When Love Doesn’t Go as Planned

When Love Doesn't Go As Planned

Sometimes love simply doesn’t go as planned. If you’re like me, you’ve watched enough movies and every romantic comedy known to mankind, and at some point you subliminally acquired the notion that love is your right, and that without it you won’t be happy. Unfortunately, most people’s love lives don’t follow a Hollywood script. Some people never find the big …

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