Walking into the unknown can be scary, both for children and grown-ups. Today Candid Gal Jessica Schneider shares truths to remember when walking into the unknown.
Candidly Christian founder Heather Hart has been in the hospital fighting covid for almost 3 weeks. We don’t know what lies ahead, but one thing we do know…
Valentine’s Day is less than a week away, and Heather Hart is on our blog sharing six Bible verses about God’s love. God’s love for us changes everything. We are the bride of Christ.
Adjusting to a new normal brings about a lot of questions and emotions. Stephanie shares 6 ways to handle our upside down new normal. And we’d love for you to share your own ideas.
Betrayal in marriage can lead to a bitterness state, but God can help you process the hurt. Our guest blogger shares how she learned to overcome bitterness and love again after betrayal.
The front porch is an invitation to the things that matter most in life. But as times have changed, we have lost the value of the front porch. Join Sheila for precious childhood memories and lessons from her front porch.
Are you married to someone who’s really different from you? Have you ever asked God what on earth He was thinking when He chose this man to be your spouse? Jaime has and today she’s sharing 4 ways she’s learning to love her husband more like Jesus and reclaim the joy in her marriage.
Are you an imperfect sinner married to another imperfect sinner? Well, then I’ll meet you at Grace & Truth for the One True Rock on Candidly Christian so we can both find out How To Thrive in a Marriage That’s Far From Perfect.
Learning how to love, because it’s worth every ache and pain. Read more in this post by Laura J. Marshall.
Check out the friendship hacks in “How to be a good friend.”
Note: The opinions and references mentioned in “Looking For Love In All The Wrong Places” are the authors and do not necessarily represent that of the Candidly Christian ministry or other contributors. Written by Elo Claire Odogbo I struggled with approval addiction for a long time. I guess it comes with the territory of being…
The shades of love… if you’re wondering, I’m not talking about the 80’s dance music or lingerie. I’m talking about the varying degrees and different definitions we have for love.