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Holly Hrywnak

Holly is a 30ish-year-old writer who strives to share honestly and transparently in hopes that it will encourage others to be open about their own struggles and lessons learned. She's been accused of being sassy, which she finds to be an admirable attribute. Her favorite things include: making people laugh, chocolate, sweatshirt weather and authentic conversations over coffee. One day she hopes to find herself a bearded lumberjack to call her own.

Interview: Aaron Shust Christmas Album “Unto Us”

Aaron Shust is a well-known Christian recording artist and songwriter who has received Dove Awards for Song of the Year, Songwriter of the Year and New Artist of the Year. His songs My Savior, My God, My Hope Is In You, and To God Alone are beautiful examples not only of his musical ability, but also of his heart of worship and His …

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Maybe I’m Single Because …

I’m 30 and have never been married. I’ve often asked myself how I could possibly be single. Friends have asked, too. And people at church. And those I meet on the street. It’s this phenomenon. I get it. I mean, I’m hilarious, fun to be around and can carry an interesting conversation for longer than five minutes. I’ve got gorgeous …

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Open Letter To Christian Guys From Holly H

Dear Single Christian Guys: I’ve been meaning to write to you for a while now. I’d like to offer some insights into the female mind (or at least THIS female mind). Do all of us single girls a favor: Read this letter and heed its suggestions. It may just help you in the long run. First, there’s a difference between …

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Interview: Author Allison Flexer – Truth, Lies, & The Single Woman

Being 30 and single, I’ve received lots of advice from well-intentioned friends and family. The problem is that most of them married young and can’t relate to the struggles, thoughts and emotions that I deal with on a daily basis. After talking with Allison Flexer the author of Truth, Lies, and the Single Woman: Dispelling 10 Common Myths, I felt like …

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Why Singles Need More Than Jesus

It was a night like many others. I was leaning against the kitchen counter, filling my mom in on recent events. I may be 30 now, but some things never change. She’d been out of town for a few weeks helping my grandmother who was recovering from a recent surgery. I told her about my long “to-do” lists and the …

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Interview: Kerrie Oles – Revived From The Me I Used To Be

If you’ve ever had the opportunity to talk to Kerrie Oles, author of Revived From the Me I Used to Be, you’ve instantly found yourself a fast friend. In one short phone call, I felt refreshed and built up in my faith because she shared the heart of God with me. I believe in reading this interview—no matter where you …

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My Online Dating Experience Doesn’t Define Who I Am

I haven’t been in a serious relationship for going on eight years now. I’ve gone on a few dates—left a few of those dates early. Yes, they were THAT bad. I’ve made a few bad choices. Got my heart attached to guys who had no intention of getting attached. I’ve tried meeting guys. All the places you’re “supposed” to meet …

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Interview: Polly Wright – We Are Cherished & Strippers

Polly Wright, the founder and executive director of the the ministry “We Are Cherished” is a former stripper with a heart for the men and women caught up in the sex industry. God has redeemed Polly’s past and is using it to bring light and love into dark places. In talking with Polly, one thing was clear: the heart and vision …

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Sex And The Single Person

I’ve got a confession to make. I want sex. This really shouldn’t be surprising. I’m a 30-year old, never-been-married, very single woman. I’ve got hormones. Correction: I’ve got *raging* hormones. Just because I’m single doesn’t mean that my desire for sex has stayed dormant. I certainly wish it did. On numerous occasions, I have whispered prayers to God asking Him …

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Interview With Jon Jorgenson: Who You Are

A few years ago, I stumbled upon a video on Facebook titled “Who You Are: A Message to All Women,” which to date has over 2 million views on YouTube. Guys, don’t let the title fool you. Jon Jorgenson, the writer and speaker in this video, may be addressing women, but the message of identity that runs through it is …

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