Posts tagged servent
Uniqueness in Singleness

Seasons in life are inevitable: whether it’s becoming an adolescent or an adult, getting married or becoming a parent. These transitions are marked by a specific age or a concrete life change. But there is another transition that takes place, though no outward change is visible: when one goes from “student” to “single.”

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Should I Be Content with My Singleness?

For the single person there is a tension in learning to embrace singleness while still holding to a biblical view of marriage and even desiring it. Is it discontentment to want to be married? This article by Betsy Childs Howard is very helpful and encouraging to the person who desires to honor God in their singleness while simultaneously still hoping for marriage.

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Hospitality

If you are thinking, “This article does not apply to me because I do not have a house,” I would like to encourage you by saying that you do not need a house to be hospitable.  If you have a place to lay your head, you can love strangers with what God has given you.

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How to love your Co-Workers

God has proven His faithfulness and love to pursue us to the point of salvation, and he doesn’t stop there. Will you be faithful to pursue and love those unsaved coworkers you see every week?  

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