Remember, with God all things are possible to him that believes, trusts, and waits on the Lord.
God can do for you what He has done for countless others!
I’m so happy to share my recent conversation with Emily Stimpson, author of the fantastic new book The Catholic Girl’s Survival Guide for the Single Years: The Nuts and Bolts of Staying Sane and Happy While Waiting for Mr. I hope you enjoy our chat and that you’ll pick up this book for someone special in your life today!
It is not a list of rules but a lifestyle blueprint to guard your heart and your body.
I want to be married as much as the next person, but I also know that how I pursue marriage—from the men I date, to the things I do when I’m dating them—shouldn’t interfere with that ultimate goal.
Making unhealthy moral compromises that lead me away from God in order to enter into a relationship that’s supposed to bring me closer to God, just doesn’t make sense.
But over the past decade, it’s becoming clear that we’re on the verge of another kind of vocations crisis.
Fewer and fewer Catholics are getting married and many of those who are marrying are marrying later in life. But people in the culture aren’t also trying to find someone willing to date chastely, be open to life, and raise their kids in the Church.