What’s it like to go speed dating? Guest blogger Missy Montgomery has the scoop: Who knew ten minutes could actually feel like ten years? Have you ever agreed to plans with your friend, but then find yourself wishing to back out as the day approached? Yeah, me too. When my friend first asked if I wanted to sign up and do a speed dating event … Continue reading That One Time I Went Christian Speed Dating
Featured Photo Credit: The Rivers How do you know when you’re ready to get married? Guest blogger Victoria Piraino opens up about being engaged: Have you ever reached the point when reality sets in and you don’t know how to respond to your raging emotions and thoughts? Well for me, one of those moments was when I got engaged. Change for most people can be … Continue reading How I Knew I Was Ready to Get Married
Aww look at this picture, Rachel, Garrett is the epitome of heart-eyes emoji and you’re just….oblivious. Photo credit goes to Yury Kim, thanks bro for taking so many photos over the years even when we hated it. “NOOOOOO!!!!” Rachel has always assumed that was my reaction when Garrett told me that Rachel and him were dating. Though admittedly that word was said, it was meant to convey … Continue reading When Your Best Friend Dates Your Brother
“I’m Christian, but I am a feminist.” This is a statement made in Buzzfeed’s cringeworthy video, “I’m Christian, but I’m not…” (Journalist Mollie Hemingway can explain why it’s cringeworthy here). Anyways, you don’t have to be a literature student to read that statement and realize it’s implications. Being Christian – a follower of Christ – and a feminist – one who believes in equality of the … Continue reading Christian AND Feminist?
Photo by the lovely Jess who pretty much takes all of my photos. Check her out. It began intellectually, me pondering about identity, how we can define it for ourselves and if we can accurately define it for ourselves, but now I’m ending my thought-process in a more vague tone. I’m not too sure how I want to write this blog post and how I want to … Continue reading Identity Crisis
“What is the secret to a good marriage?” I asked. “Communication,” one woman said. “Yes…” a few other women murmured in agreement. This was around the bonfire at church camp. I mentally added this answer to the wealth of advice I had collected over the past month, when my relationship with a very committed guy was still a new thing. That was six months ago … Continue reading Christian Dating