I am sure all of us remember those first few weeks at seminary. You are asked the same questions about yourself over and over again. One of the most common questions you get asked is whether or not you are married. Now, if you answer no the assumption is that … ∞
There are a lot of really bad reasons to get married, and the internet seems bent on propagating them. I have been told variously that marriage is good for me financially and morally, that it’s good for society, that it will make me healthier, more attractive, and happier. While some … ∞
Paula Seales: “Relationships often find you when you least expect rather than you finding relationships. That’s my single, inner Christian voice speaking in response to silent but questioning minds of others at CTS, “Will I find love here?” Who has the time anyway? Good intentions to have meaningful, cordial relationships … ∞
Greetings from Student Senate! I would normally start off an article like this with a quip about ‘How busy the year has been’ or ‘My hasn’t time flown’, but that would likely fall on deaf ears; life is always busy. I digress. This article is supposed to be an update … ∞
Single or married: these are the two fundamental relationship states in which we usually find ourselves. In between we may have dating or relationships that aren’t marriage but can , in some ways,, feel like it. As Christians, we are all called first and foremost to pursue our relationship with … ∞
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