#christiandating | The most popular articles of 2019


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As another year (and decade) comes to a close, we look back at the most popular articles of 2019.

#5 – Overcoming loneliness

by Jennie Pollock

“Love is all about considering the needs of others – giving of ourselves, dying to ourselves, humbling ourselves, and seeking others’ good as much as our own. And as we all – singles, couples and families – begin to live like this, to truly love one another, we will begin to see the fungus shrivel and die and the fruitfulness of a godly life begin to grow and flourish.”

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#4 – 5 reasons your breakup may just be a blessing in disguise

by Urenna Kiwanuka

“I truly believe that the end of a relationship, for the right reasons, does not have to be a bad thing. Break-ups can and should be seen in a positive light, and I’ll share five reasons why.”

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#3 – 10 questions to ask before you get engaged

by Urenna Kiwanuka

“After talking with one couple recently I realised that there are some questions people don’t think about asking each other unless prompted. It could be because they don’t want to be awkward, or don’t want to seem like they are in a rush. But if you’re a Christian in a serious relationship, the chances are you do want to get married. If this is the case, it is definitely worth asking some serious questions and knowing where you stand. ”

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#2 – How to find someone to love

by Katherine Baldwin

“I often hear the complaint that all the good men or women are already taken. I used to say the same myself. But I believe this is a red herring. It certainly was for me. I was looking in the wrong places, dating in the wrong pool, searching for the wrong kind of person. And I was terrified to risk my heart.”

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#1 – Mixed messages: when your date blows hot and cold

by HopefulGirl

“I think we’ve all encountered someone like this. Those random changes of heart, the mixed messages and ever-changing excuses, bouncing between being effusive and unresponsive… it can make you doubt your judgement, question what you’ve done wrong, and even wonder whether you’re losing the plot.”

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