Compatibility: Is it about me finding, or us building?

By Andre Adefope 

When I was dating, I remember thinking that if I was like an alpha male, I would get a girlfriend. I had to be the life and soul of the party, be really funny, then it would work out. Then after attracting these many women (I cringe looking back now), I would find someone.

The problem is, I’m not an alpha male…

To read the full article on the Christian Connection website, click here.

Book Review: Online Dating, Top Tips for Success


By Andre Adefope

As someone who writes, teaches and delivers presentations around singleness and dating, I’m always inevitably asked about online dating. For example: “Is it safe?” “What websites are recommended?” “Can christians use it?” “How is it different from other types of dating?” These questions are all good questions, and I feel confident and happy to discuss them.

However, sometimes people ask about how you practically do online dating. Or how you set up a good profile. And this becomes a bit more tricky.

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By Andre Adefope

So Easter is finally here! I’m not sure about you but it’s often a strange weekend for me. The extra time at the weekend ends up as a combination of resting and catching up with friends.  Alongside this, I also want to take time to remember all that God has done for us by reflecting on treating Jesus’ suffering with reverence and respect, and then celebrating and rejoicing in the resurrection. All this, while convincing myself that eating too much chocolate during easter is justified, somehow.

It’s fair to say that I wake up on Tuesday feeling like I’ve done nothing well…….

To read the full blog, click here and go to the Visible Ministries website.

Does Singleness make Paul a failure?


By Rebekah Renshaw

I’m a Christian female in my twenties. And I’m single. I’ve just entered that typically Christian stage where a five-minute scroll through my news feed discloses three engagements and four pregnancy announcements. And that’s just from my own church. But the truth is, I don’t feel worried that I’m not there yet.

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