Botkin Sisters: Should I Keep Preparing for Marriage?

| February 16, 2017

“I thought marriage was coming, and soon. I thought I gave up the worldly approach to womanhood in exchange for a beautiful biblical picture that included husband, children, a home to be a homemaker in. And something went wrong. I gave up the world’s picture in exchange for nothing. I have nothing to show for […]

AiG: Table for One, Please…

| February 12, 2016

If there’s one thing I absolutely don’t want to do on Valentine’s Day, it’s to go to a restaurant by myself. Not that I begrudge the happy couples around me their status, chocolates, or flowers. As someone who is single, I’m not prone to notice whether most of the people in a place are paired […]

Courtship: Should There Be Only One Suitor?

| September 17, 2014

Imagine this: Marc has a female friend he’s known for years. Recently, he’s begun to realize what a good wife she would make and how much he enjoys her friendship. He talks to his parents who agree this looks like a wise course, then he calls her dad and makes an appointment to talk to him. He […]

10 Men Christian Women Should Never Marry

| February 15, 2014

Valentines Day is over, the chocolate is on sale and singles still on the market are wondering if they’ll forever be on the shelf. The sense of urgency to marry peaks on days like yesterday and you have to wonder if that is not proof enough that feminism is a lie. Putting off marriage, putting […]

Single and Grateful

| February 13, 2014

Two weeks ago I turned 26. It’s not old enough to put myself on the shelf and bury my hopes of marriage, of course. But it’s old enough to attract all kinds of attention and speculation about my single state, and it’s definitely old enough to take an interest in the articles that come my […]

To All The Christian Single Ladies Praying For Love This Year

| January 1, 2014

A year has come to an end behind us and hopeful anticipation ushers in another. What will this year be filled with? Will this be my year for love, marriage, and long held hopes fulfilled? Or a repeat of last year. Doom. Banish the thought and ignore the anxiety, here I come 2014… Sophia Lee […]

How Can a Single Person Hope to Live Pure?

| December 13, 2013

One of the most fascinating stories in the Bible is the life of Joseph. He spent many years as a single man separated from his loving father and his older brothers who had despised and rejected him. Although the LORD was with him and gave him favor throughout his “wilderness” experience, Joseph was not exempt from having to […]