If you are a Christian and you want to know if there is such a thing as “Christian dating”, proper for a Christian, the answer is sure there is. But before I say anything about the typical, honorable “Christian dating”, I have to define what “Christian” means so that the definition itself will be a ground upon which I build my case.
Christian means, a person who lives or thrives to lead a life that brings glory and honor to the name of Jesus, not out of duty and obligation, but out of love. Continue reading Uh? Christian Dating?🤔🤔
I am not sure how many mirrors you have in your house but in my house, you can find at least one mirror in every room. Well, let me take that back. Only those rooms I spend most of my time have mirrors.
Why? I love to look at myself! I don’t think it is sinful for a woman to look at herself in the mirror to take care of herself; to keep herself neat, clean and beautiful. My husband is my number one motivator to take care of myself because he compliments me. I mean after all, I’m his bride; I’m his crown (Proverbs 12:4); I’m his glory (1 Corinthians 11:7). So I better look pretty for him. Continue reading “You Look Pretty, Baby!”
It is wonderful to see couples tying the knot to be one, never to be two.
As a married person and a teacher in the area of sexual purity, I can’t tell you how I rejoice whenever I see a wedding.
Yes, the Bible says that marriage protects us from being soaked in sexual immorality (1 Corinthians 7). What a joy then to see someone escaping such a “ruthless tyrant” as sexual immorality! Continue reading Heading Into A Mess
This is one of the messages I pass along to you with so much pain and hurt in my heart because I know that the message represents many homes and marriages, especially now after the pandemic. Continue reading A Charming Man But – – –
I wish I was there in Ethiopia celebrating Ethiopian Easter with my mom, families and with all beautiful Ethiopians! Uff! I so missed all Ethiopian holidays, especially when my dad was around😰. Continue reading Happy Ethiopian Easter!
While he is harboring sexual sins in his life, what benefit is there for the man of God to stand behind the pulpit to preach the Gospel or sing?
I think, nothing.
But why does a preacher/a singer choose to stand the pulpit while he is a prisoner of adultery, porn, prostitution and cyber-sex?
Many reasons! Continue reading Please Step Down!