Singles

The Single’s Guide to Surviving Valentine’s Day

When Yahoo requested articles with an anti-Valentine’s Day theme recently, I felt right at home. Why? Because for about 10 years, I hosted an Anti-Valentine’s Day party for my single friends and my church singles group! For that reason I feel HIGHLY qualified to share some tips on celebrating an Anti-Valentine’s Day! Single’s Guide to Valentine’s Day THROW A PARTYThe first thing you need to remember is that there are a lot of people at loose ends on Valentine’s Day!…

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The Marriage

Okay men, I’ve got a little tip for those of you headed for the altar soon, and for those of you who are already married, this will be helpful, so pay attention. This is a two-fold tip so you are getting two for the price of one, what a bargain. Ad: The first part is that: WORDS MATTER, of course only those that come out of OUR mouths, remember, you must decipher of her words!! Now, the second part: BE…

Combat Cellulite!

Society’s obsession with cellulite is insidious and ridiculous. Pick up any woman’s magazine and you are guaranteed to find and advertisement or article outlining the horrors of cellulite and what you should do to rid your body of this blight. What is cellulite anyway? Cellulite has been defined as the dimpled or uneven deposit of fat as seen around the thighs and buttocks. This fat accumulates near the surface of the skin and pushes against the skin tissues. This gives…

Any Given Saturday

Okay, it’s Saturday morning. It’s been raining for forty days and forty nights. I awake at 9:30. Clothes are strewn all around my bedroom. The bathroom is trashed. The sink and tub are funky. Downstairs is even worse. My dog has been throwing up for a whole week. I try to clean the spots and sprinkle baking soda on them, but now I have white powdery places all over my carpet. There are no dishes in the kitchen, but several…

Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future

Ad: One of my favorite stories for the holidays is “A Christmas Carol” written by Charles Dickens. Since childhood, I have been fascinated by the ghosts of past, present and future, and the humanization of a man who thought better of himself than he really was and how humble he became by the end of the story. Even the name Scrooge conjures up scary, dark images of greed and pride that made him such a bitter man he was portrayed…

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Restaurants

Web www.christianactivities.com //–> onmouseover=”window.status=”ChristianCafe.com”; return true;” onmouseout=”window.status=””; return true;” > border=”0″ width=”468″ height=”60″ > Whenever one plans an outing or food for that matter, the first thing that comes to mind is a restaurant. Presence of innumerable food shops and eating places has always been a part of our social lives. The restaurants, a French invention, began to appear on the social scenario in the later half of 18th century. A Tavern and a restaurant are different from each other…

Forming A Love Map While Dating

Web www.christianactivities.com //–> While driving faster than the speed limit on the highway may get to your destination faster, is it worth the risk? Rushing through dating can be just as risky to your emotions. While some people believe that marriage is the only way to decide if a relationship is the right one, the creating a love map while dating is a safer way to be prepared for the inevitable potholes and detours on the road of life. If…

Act Like Somebody!

Web www.christianactivities.com //–> When Sheriff Andy Taylor sent his young son Opie off to school on “The Andy Griffith Show,” on at least one occasion his parting words were, “Do a good day’s work and act like Somebody!” This may sound odd or even pretentious to the modern ear, but in the South in the 1960’s, such an admonition simply meant: You are special. Act like it! So many times we singles don’t have close family to support us emotionally,…

Wishes

Web www.christianactivities.com //–> onmouseover=”window.status=”ChristianCafe.com”; return true;” onmouseout=”window.status=””; return true;” > border=”0″ width=”468″ height=”60″ > When I was growing up in the 1940’s, I loved reading the children’s fantasy stories by the English writer, Enid Blyton. They led me into the world of make-believe, and I soon had a strong belief in the powers of the wishing well, where wishes always seemed to come true. Hearing that there was a wishing well half-way up a hill in my home town, I…

Diamonds: Mighty Minerals

Web www.christianactivities.com //–> The diamond is so timeless that it outlasts even the longest marriages. Diamonds began to be mined in India around 800 B.C. Before the Middle Ages, diamonds around the world were seen as protective objects against evil or good luck charms, and valued for their ability to reflect light. According to an Australian diamond merchant, legend has it that some mine owners perpetuated a myth that diamonds were poisonous to prevent miners from swallowing them and taking…

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