“I have come to realize that making a home looks different for me than for others – even other single women. In His great goodness, God is the designer of all and is pleased with the faithful, trusting obedience of His children whether he has called them to singleness or marriage. The Father of Lights, who gives good gifts, does not give second best. His will is good, pleasing, and perfect.”
…Which in God’s Sight is Very Precious… Let your adorning be the hidden person of the heart with the imperishable beauty of a gentle and
This past week was Valentine’s Day. Hard to miss, with all the pink, red, balloons, flowers, candy, stuffed animals, fancy dinners… and that was just
“How was your week?” I felt rather awkward making small talk after this past week. I was pretty certain my answer to that question didn’t
As I’m wrapping up this blog series, I want to share some hope and prayers for myself and other single women. My homemaking has not
While I knew of a handful of single women who were homeowners, I didn’t think I had the courage to do it. I was afraid that buying a house as a single woman in her late-20s would send one of two messages. The first message I was afraid to send was that I was too strong to need a man or that I’d at least be difficult to lead. The second message was that I had resigned to my singleness by giving up and buying a house.