Relationships

By Drew Larson

If you’re at all like me—and if you are, you don’t want to talk about how hard the table games at Cracker Barrel really are—you probably have some questions about finding a mentor.

By Christine Twedt

One way to ensure that there is good momentum in a conversation is to ask questions that help the other person reveal more about who they are and what they value.

By Christine Twedt

When Christ-followers learn the art of good conversation, people will feel valued, which may give them a more positive perception of Christians. This can only help to increase the effectiveness of our ministry, allowing more people the opportunity to know Jesus.

By Casey Beckley

In my more than 13 years with InterVarsity, I’ve walked with dozens of guys through their addiction. 

By Lisa Liou

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard these words from a wonderful college-aged woman in a dating relationship: “He’s just so lazy.”  “He’s not motivated and doesn’t have any goals.” “I’m just not sure I respect him.”

By Neal Samudre

My girlfriend and I have been dating for two years, and she still remembers vividly the way I pursued her in the beginning. I believe she’ll remember it forever, not because it was extraordinary or unique, but because it was strategic.

By Debra K. Fileta

I’ve met more than my share of singles who are sitting around, waiting for their soul mate—as though one day, there will be a magical knock on the door and “poof,” their soul mate will be standing on the other side. But I think this philosophy of a “soul mate” has done far more harm than good in our society.

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