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It can be hard to know how to be a godly girlfriend. It’s not something that is talked about a lot, at least not around me. So when I started dating my boyfriend Caleb, I didn’t really have a clue of how I could be a godly girlfriend. Last week I guest posted over on Abigail’s blog about 7 ways you can be a godly girlfriend, based from 1 Corinthians 13. Today, I’m continuing this topic and sharing 7 more more »

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I’m new to this whole dating thing. My boyfriend, Caleb, and I have only been dating a mere five months. Before that, I had always been single. So, when he and I started going out, I wondered how I could be a good girlfriend. After all, I had zero experience in that area. So, I did two things: I looked in the Bible for girlfriend advice I looked on Pinterest for girlfriend advice :P Confession: At first was able to more »

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For some reason, whenever I hear the words “the one,” I think of Gaston in Beauty and The Beast declaring that Belle is “the one… the lucky girl I’m going to marry!” Of course we know that Gaston shallowly decided that Belle would be his wife because she was the most beautiful girl in town… which makes her the best… and doesn’t he deserve the best? ;) Most of us are not as shallow as Gaston and know that we shouldn’t decide more »

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Y’all, this dating thing is no piece of cake. And it can be especially difficult if you have never been in a relationship before… or even if you’re in a relationship right now… or even if you’ve dated millions of times. Dating can still be confusing. That being said, here is a collection of 30+ articles answering your questions about Christian dating. Feel free to bookmark this page or pin this image so you can refer back to it as more »

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The following is a guest post by Keagan of keagankcollective.com For as long as I can remember, I’ve had a “boyfriend.” In kindergarten, I had those sweet, innocent little boyfriends that don’t actually mean anything.  As I got older, I thought it made me cool to have a boyfriend, even though we couldn’t do anything other than eat lunch together. As I got to high school, boyfriends began to give me a sort of validation and made me feel powerful and more »