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Let’s Talk Relationships – A Monthly Seminar/Talk Show held in London, United Kingdom that aims to create a platform to deal with issues surrounding singleness and relationships.

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Let’s Talk Relationships – A Monthly Seminar/Talk Show held in London, United Kingdom that aims to create a platform to deal with issues surrounding singleness and relationships.

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Part 2 of the Home Again: Stories of Restored Relationship Podcast Uncovered by Shenette Jones Jake and Eric by Bernard Boulton Confidential Relations by Tavares S. Carney Flavorful by Linda F. Beed

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UNDISCOVERED TREASURES: God’s Take on Multicultural Relationships

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When the first church convened in Antioch, little did they know what the current church will be facing today in terms of marriage relationships. Christian singles have found it rough to juggle their Christian beliefs and the pressure of modern living. The complex nature of modernity and the busy lives we live sometimes mean that we might not have time to socialize often, which is one of the immaculate ways of meeting Christian singles like us and starting viable dating relationships. Career issues and work related complexities has meant that we have no choice but start relationships with anybody, which is the wrong decision for a born again Christian to make. The church has the sole role of making sure that its flock and community does not engage in sinful actions all in the act of finding the right person to forge the right relationship with. The many divorces that are experience in the church today are a testament that there are some discrepancies in the church that has cropped up and has affected Christianity in a way. A divorce means that there was some fornication or adultery involved which made one of the partners to take a step towards ending the failed union. Christian singles who see some of these things have been left at crossroads, and they might not believe in the church if it does not cement its rightful role in issues of relationships. The first thing the church should do to help you to meet your right partner while at the same time you don’t compromise your belief in God is making sure that Christian singles are meeting often. We are human beings, which mean that we are social beings and we occasionally want to meet new people and forge new relationships. The less we meet new Christian friends, the more the pressure to meet any new people, believers or not, and as years carry on, the pressure to just be in any relationship. The church comes up with bible study lessons, youth activities and conferences, plus youth choirs and praise teams, which you should actively involve yourself in to make sure you don’t face the danger of engaging in any relationship with anybody, but the right person. Christian singles who are busy in life with matters pertaining with careers and making a living should also be convinced to make use of avenues that will lead to socialization instances. These are very many. Some of these Christian singles are going for lunch hour church meetings and visiting each other later in the day to make sure they motivate each other in the Lord, and have forged viable relationships. It helps them in releasing unnecessary tension from work and making them appreciated. It is this kind of caring for one another that will make them begin Christian dating among each other as they look forward to formulating that inherent responsibility and attraction towards each other. The church also makes sure that its Christian singles flock is catered for by holding counseling sessions in many occasions and always having feedback sessions with them after church meetings.

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