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More for the singles!

Yesterday’s guest post from Sam Johnson was a huge hit, and for the singles who liked that, I’m pleased to announce that there’s more!

Today, I’m happy to share some insights from another one of my friends, Anna Moran. Anna is one of those women who I look up to because peace, joy, and faithfulness just flow out of her. She and her husband JA are proud parents to an adorable and talented little girl named Andi.

Here are Anna’s nuggets of wisdom for the singles:

1. Know who you are in God.
2. Aim for excellence.
3. Pursue your dreams.
4. Live out your purpose.
5. Have a vision of the future family that you desire to have.
6. Wait for God’s best for you.
7. Honor God in all that you do.

She talks about each point in detail on two blog posts which you can find here and here. Lots of inspiring and encouraging stuff in there! I especially liked this part that she wrote: “…everything is much, much, much more beautiful when the time is right.” While the titles say that the posts were meant for single ladies, I think that her list reflects principles that all singles–not just women, but also men–can and should live by.

Do check out Anna’s blog! She’s an excellent communicator, and she has great insights on faith, family, and life.

Did you notice that there are a lot of friends popping up on the blog this week? Stay tuned for some familiar faces on tomorrow’s Tell Me Thursday post! :)

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What I’m Loving This Week: Thoughts on Love, Life, and Waiting

Some of my favorite posts from this past week:

1) Does God Still Restore Marriages? from Paolo Punzalan – my pastor just posted the video that made everyone cry at church last weekend (except for the men, of course….they don’t cry, their eyes just sweat!). I really hope you can take the time to watch this beautiful video. Oh, and prepare the tissues!

2) The Ultimate Poster Child For What Could Have Been by Steven Furtick – “What could have been” = scary words. I don’t know about you, but I don’t want fear to take over my life. This is another great read from Steven Furtick.

3) Waiting? (Read This!) from Anna Moran – I loved this beautiful poem by Russell Kelfer, shared by friend Anna.

Did you find any “treasures” on the ‘net this week? Do share!

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