Just because you’re single doesn’t mean you’re alone. Shocking, I know. Let’s re-read that first sentence again–but this time say it out loud until you believe it!
I want to let you in on a little secret: after a year of marriage I can say with full confidence I now have less time for friendships.
My favorite February 14th was the one where I got together with a group my girlfriends. There were about eight of us. Some knew each other, and some didn’t. Some were single and happy and some–like me–weren’t. I don’t even remember the movie we saw, but I remember sitting at Panera Bread beforehand chick chatting away.
Some of my best chats are chick chats.
If you’re a girl you know what I mean!
Read the rest of my article on iBelieve here!
If you’re looking for a Valentine’s Day gift, check out these books from my publisher, Harvest House. And because it’s Valentine’s Day I thought it’s time for my second annual worst holiday sayings list.
Over the holidays I made up a list of the Worst Sayings For Singles and I couldn’t wait to write one for V-day.
As Christians, we shouldn’t let the calendars dictate who should and shouldn’t receive love on a particular day. God calls us to love Him and our neighbor each and every day.
Hallmark and Hersheys might overlook what the Bible says in favor for bigger profit margins.
Hey, as long as they’re making money–right?
Whether you receive a rose (hello, Bachelor fans) or not–I want you to know Jesus loves you and so do I.
If you can’t get enough of that list, I thought I’d splurge with a “Hey Christian Girl” list below. Enjoy and Happy Valentine’s Day friends. XOXO
Also this week on my blog I have a great line up of guest bloggers to talk about The Gray Areas of dating–so stay tuned!