In today's episode, we're going to talk about the importance of intention. If you would like to make an offer of your love, time, and affection towards another person, you must be clear about your intentions.
Sadly, single women often negate their responsibility in nurturing a relationship because they are afraid of experiencing rejection. They are afraid of doing too much and instead do too little.
Kgala asked a great question; "What is my role in going from just talking to a Christ-centered relationship that leads to marriage?"
To answer that, we are going to look at a few examples of women in the Bible who did not shy away from having hard conversations.
Also, I want you to consider how much time you spend on your phone. Go check your activity data and decide if that's the amount of time you want to continue to spend scrolling this summer, or whether you might like to take a digital break instead.
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Suppose you're ready to take the next step and commit to doing the work as long as it's in alignment with the will of God. In that case, I can help you start a healthy relationship, transition through the various phases, and ultimately enjoy a Christ-centered marriage. You can be a Godly wife, and I want to help you succeed.
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