My name is Zoie. I just turned 19 on December 22nd!! I am currently a college Freshman at the University of Georgia. My full time job is being a student and some hobbies I have include blogging, doing Holy Yoga, and spending time with my friends and family. What’s your singleness story? I guess I would have to say that my singleness story began in my senior year of high school. Up until that time period, I hadn’t really paid more » (31)

At various times in my life I tried to use a prayer journal. I would either write out my prayers like letters to God or I would make bullet lists of people/ situations for which to pray. Neither of these methods worked for very long. I realized back in September that I needed a prayer journal that I could be creative with. One that wouldn’t look the same on every page. One that I could record what I was learning more »


I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. Singleness is hard, y’all. It’s definetly not for the faint of heart. I’ve got 20 years of experience being single (despite the fact that’s how old I am), and so I’d be the first to tell you that it has not been easy. I chose not to date until I was 18. I didn’t want to have to deal with a dating relationship amongst the other drama of high school. But more »


Hey! My name is Kristen. I am 25 years old. I’m getting ready to go back to college to obtain a law degree, but for the mean time I am a medical secretary. I enjoy the simple things in life! Being with my family and my church are my favorite was to spend my free time. What’s your singleness story? My last serious relationship was about 4 years ago. My boyfriend at the time ended up being a totally different more »


The following is a guest post by Naomi of My dream of adopting began long before I met my husband. I clearly remember the moment I realized adoption was in my future. I had just finished Louisa May Alcott’s book, Little Men. In it, the main character, Jo, runs a home for boys. The picture painted of an estate overrun with rambunctious boys in need of a momma to love them, pulled my heart. It was then I knew more »