Every single relationship experiences disagreement, however, the ones at the initial stage of the relationship can become big indicators of whether single Christians should pursue a deeper relationship or move on. Dr. Jim explains the best actions to take.
Some Christian singles have a hard time making friends. What should you look for in new friends? Should you look for friends from your gender or is the opposite ok, too? Dr. Jim gives some insights in looking for the right kind of friends for you.
Dear Jim: Whatever happened to friendships and what should you do to make new friends?
Building friendships has become a lost art in today’s society. I am not sure why, but so many do not have genuine friends whom they can turn to for support and encouragement.
Being a Christian means things like giving and walking the extra mile for others. But does it mean that single Christians shouldn’t be careful about whom and how, and even if they should help others? Dr. Jim gives guidance for those searching for the “Christian” thing to do.
Dear Jim: Where is the line between helping others and being taken by others?
Most Christian single adults are very caring and giving individuals. They try to live their lives the best they can according to the Bible and the leading of His Spirit. At the same time they are also dealing with the reality of the world around them and the effect the choices of others has and continues to have upon them. This combination too often generates some events that are not always healthy ones.