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3 Keys to Keep Christ at the Centre of Your Relationship

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Dating is fun. There’s no doubt about it. But for us as believers, Christ is the foundation of our relationship. Here are three keys to keeping Christ at the centre of our relationships.

What Do You Desire?

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Fights, quarrels, murder. James uses some pretty strong language in this passage. “Well, this definitely doesn’t apply to me. I mean, I’m not the argumentative sort and I don’t pick a fight for no reason,” you might think to yourself—or at least, that’s what I thought.

Quick, Slow, Slow

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As a journalist, I work in a hectic, fast-paced, and stressful environment. Lately, I’ve found myself growing resentful of my work, complaining often to others about how overwhelming it is, and feeling bitter about my heavy workload.

How I Knew My Husband Was "The One"

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As a teenager, I’d lie in bed and wonder what my future husband was doing at that very moment, wherever he was in this world. He was breathing, blinking, thinking, living, and I wondered: When would we meet? Would I know that he was the one?
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The ABCs of Battling Lust in Dating

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We did everything we possibly could to be pure before the Lord: we read articles and memorized verses, prayed and reflected over each struggle, and instituted physical boundaries. Yet almost every single time we met, everything we'd learned flew out of our heads. If you struggle with lust in your courtship as we did, I'd encourage you to take this season of self-isolation to pray and discuss with your significant other the basics—or what I call the ABCs—of pursuing joy in the Lord, and fighting sin.

Lust in Dating: The Secret Sin We Don't Talk About

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My husband and I have been married for more than half a year now. Before that, we were in a courtship for just over two years.

Where Our Love Story Went Wrong

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“What do you find the greatest joy in?” I paused, thinking about what puts a smile on my face, what keeps me going every day, and what gives me the most happiness. “I suppose I find the greatest joy . . . in you,” I said softly. “Me too.”

Tired of Bad News? You're Not Alone

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“Where is the evidence of your love?” His words pierced my heart. “Where is your love for the broken, for those who face injustice?” I felt offended and hurt by my friend's quick and harsh reproach, and wanted to remonstrate in my self-righteousness. But my breath caught in my throat, because deep down, a part of me knew that he was right.

When I Traded God for My Boyfriend

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It didn’t happen immediately, but so gradually and subtly that the both of us were completely oblivious to it. We became so blinded in our love for each other that we didn’t see it coming.