Why Waiting (for God’s Will, Process & Timing) Had To Hurt

First, Martin and I would like to thank our friends and loved ones who sent their kind congratulations and well wishes. Thank you for letting us share this joy of answered prayers with you. Yes, we are about to get married! Praise the Lord! After I wrote “Why We Stopped Saying ‘I Love You’ To Each Other” years ago, Martin and I decided to honor … Continue reading Why Waiting (for God’s Will, Process & Timing) Had To Hurt

When God Says, “Wait A Little More”

  I have been praying for something personal for almost six years now.  I have cried to God about it, pleaded week in and out for it, and desperately sought God about it. And four months ago, I prayed that it would happen in December. I have two close friends and an accountability partner who know about this specific prayer, and I am grateful that … Continue reading When God Says, “Wait A Little More”

Confessions of A Single Woman Running Frustrated About Waiting

Before reading this blog post, you may read through these links first: “Marriage is Not THE Goal” “The One Question You Should Ask Yourself To Know If You’re Really Ready For Courtship and Marriage”: Part 1 and Part 2 By the time you reach the age of 21, you’ll start to have social media accounts flooded by friends and acquaintances getting married and/or starting a … Continue reading Confessions of A Single Woman Running Frustrated About Waiting

The One Question You Should Ask Yourself To Know If You’re Really Ready For Courtship and Marriage (Part 2 of 2)

Click here for Part 1 of 2 of “The One Question You Should Ask Yourself To Know If You’re Really Ready For Courtship and Marriage” It is also important that we do not base our identity in someone else other than Christ because when that someone else disappoints or dissatisfies, we will shatter. So if you can comfortably say “Yes” to the question mentioned earlier, … Continue reading The One Question You Should Ask Yourself To Know If You’re Really Ready For Courtship and Marriage (Part 2 of 2)

The One Question You Should Ask Yourself To Know If You’re Really Ready For Courtship and Marriage (Part 1 of 2)

About 10% of the ladies I meet-up every week for Bible studies are young working professionals aged 25 to 30. They, or rather we, have different but equal concerns and priorities compared to high school students and college student-athletes. Students are more concerned about how they should deal with their friends, how to manage their time and resources, how to complete their academic requirements and … Continue reading The One Question You Should Ask Yourself To Know If You’re Really Ready For Courtship and Marriage (Part 1 of 2)