Living Single

National Marriage Week And The Pressure To Marry

by Yvonne Chase

Virtues Of Marriage Did you know this week is National Marriage Week? I didn’t…never heard of it. National Marriage Week began on February 7th and ends on Valentine’s Day February 14th. At their website, all of the virtues of marriage are extolled; financial stability, greater happiness, healthier kids, and better health.  National Marriage Week Over […]

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I Could’ve Married An Unbeliever But I Chose To Obey God Instead

by Yvonne Chase

Married To An Unbeliever Last week I wrote a post titled Disobedience To God Will Change The Trajectory Of Your Life. The post was about Christians marrying unbelievers. After publishing that post, I woke up one morning to a detailed email response from a reader who is a follower of Christ and knowingly married an […]

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He Must Be A Christian Was Drilled Into Her Head Yet It’s Not Enough

by Yvonne Chase

Drilled Into Her Head Recently, I had a detailed conversation with a friend about marriage amongst Christians. She married at a young age. The only criteria drilled into her head when choosing someone to marry was he must be a Christian. Well, the man she married was indeed a Christian and even better, they met at and […]

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Falling In Love At First Sight Is Different Than Married At First Sight

by Yvonne Chase

Rooting For Everybody Black Are you watching Married At First Sight this season? I’ve been watching since season one and it just dawned on me while watching the current season six how ridiculous it all is. This season, we have three couples from Boston. Jephte seems to be the only one with his head screwed on […]

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Disobedience To God Will Change The Trajectory Of Your Life

by Yvonne Chase

Disobedience To God Sometime last week while reading my First 5 devotional, I read the following, “You cannot enter into a love relationship with someone without them not only affecting your mind and your body but also your soul.”  The devotional was about King Solomon and his disobedience to God.   Led Astray King Solomon had a love […]

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Remember This And Forget That In 2018

by Yvonne Chase

Powerful Message While going through my old posts, I came across a post that’s relevant no matter the year. Back in 2014, I went to church on New Year’s Eve and heard a powerful message from my pastor titled 3 Things To Remember And 3 Things To Forget. Still Relevant Today As I read the […]

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3 Bad Reasons To Get Married In 2018

by Yvonne Chase

Lessons To Learn Season 6 of Married at First Sight pulled into the station and I’m watching. For some reason, I can’t seem to get off of this ride. As much as I don’t believe in experimenting with marriage, there are lots of valuable lessons to learn.  Marrying A Complete Stranger Episode one introduced us […]

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Celebrating The Big Little Things In 2017 And Looking Forward To 2018

by Yvonne Chase

Celebrate The Little Things When we think about celebrating, we often think of events like Christmas, which we will celebrate in a few days. We also think about birthdays, weddings or a promotion. How often do we stop to celebrate the little things in life that often mean so much? Often times what we deem […]

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I’m Mad At God And I’m Even Madder At Myself

by Yvonne Chase

Her: Why don’t nobody like me? Me: Huh? What do you mean? (I honestly thought she sent the text to the wrong person. Keep reading…) Her: I’m never “the ONE” and I’m the one that always gets left. Not Into Her That’s a conversation I had with a sister-friend via text recently. Once I read […]

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Christmas Is Not About Your Relationship Status

by Yvonne Chase

Jesus Is The Reason For The Season This time last year, I was in a very loving relationship. This year I’m not. I’m single. What a difference a year makes. For many singles, this time of year sucks because you don’t have a significant other. Well, guess what, as the title of this post says, Christmas […]

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