The best dating book

Elisabeth is very vulnerable and open about her struggle to hold out for God’s best and to trust His perfect timing in her life, and the love story between her and her eventual husband, Jim Elliott, is completely captivating and inspiring to anyone who has also struggled to trust God completely by submitting their love life to Him.I’ve read this book numerous times and every time it blessed me in a new way, and always renews my hope that no matter how uncertain my path might look NOW, God has a plan for my life that goes far beyond anything I could ever imagine. by Brene Brown – This book absolutely shook me to my core, and then shook me some more.I think this book will isnpire you to let go of the idea of what “Happily Ever After” is supposed to look like, stop obsessing about the destination, and instead, rejoice in the journey.The wild, adventurous, uncertain, often crazy but always magical journey of the single woman.

I wanted this book to be a complete snapshot of the entire experience of the single woman, not just one aspect.

I don't agree with all of Cloud's advice, and his tone can be a bit flippant, but he acknowledges the seldom-addressed dating drought in Christian circles.

He also debunks many popular myths, such as "dating around is unchristian" and "God will definitely bring the right one to you." Copyright © 2011 Christianity Today.

I’ve wanted to write this blog for a really long time.

Since I am a bookworm, the #1 way I get inspired in whatever season of life I’m in is through the written word.

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