Last month, I created a short survey among friends and their friends about single men and women in the church. I gathered 50 answers and here are the results. Thank you for sharing your input and thoughts on this subject! Men and their status. Women and their status. Two men are single! I had to … Continue reading A Survey and Personal Curiosity
I have been writing about marriage. It is my hope that through my writing many will be encouraged to pursue it. That single friends will be reminded that it is not always fun, it can be exciting also as couples traverse the imperfections of being human. I had several conversations also with single friends about … Continue reading Courtship In Pedestal
It is expensive to fall in love with the wrong person. People face tradeoffs. There is not just a scarcity of men as in the ratio of men to women. There is really a scarcity of love. There is no equity in love either – there is no means to distribute it fairly. However, technology … Continue reading Economics of a Heartbreak
So.. You read the title right. You know us – the girls that grew up in a Christian home, or girls surrounded by Christian friends, whose weekend is spent in church. Yep, you know who you are. And you can replay this scene in your head because it has happened too often. A girl we … Continue reading I Think It Is Wrong To Ask, “Is he Christian?
Three years ago, I was overthinking about being thirty. I was single and I will not deny that there were moments when I think that not being single is cooler. I bet that many singles feel that their lives will be better if they are romantically involved with someone. I know of some friends who … Continue reading Single and Seeking