As a Christian girl in the twenty-first century, is purity relevant? How can you do healthy relationships while you are single? Why does Mr Potential never reach his potential? Is the fear of singledom making you settle for second-rate? And why are so many Christians so Christ-less in their approach to dating?
Ditching the checklist for finding Prince Charming, this is an honest, amusing account of the true-life trials of Christian dating from journalist and relationship coach Carrie Lloyd. She guides you with wit and sparkle, through the tried and tested tools that help to create beautiful Christ-like relationships.
Released: November 2014 in UK & US
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Part 1 and Part 2 I talked to the ever so gorgeous Lorretta Andrews on Premier Radio yesterday. We talked boys, sex, and geenral girlfriend banter. Loved talking with her. If you’d like to see the whole interview unedited, you can visit www.premier.org.uk DO tune in to Loretta’s show www.premier.org.uk/Drive Enjoy! Any thoughts? Get(…)
*All people (despite names changed) mentioned in these posts give authority to the content before publicly posting. ‘Absolutely not.’ ‘OH COME ON GIAN! YOU’RE THE ONLY GUY THAT WILL BE HONEST WITH ME’. I ask standing on a sofa in moderately loud tones. ‘It’s a categorical no.’ ‘How else am I supposed to(…)
January and February found me pursued by a couple of men: beautiful, tall, handsome, my age, successful, hungry for Him. Men who made quite the delicious bee-line to see me from other parts of the U.S. But it was obvious I was on a mission of what Mr. Steadfast looked like, staying true to myself in(…)
(Pictured: Carrie – taken at the De Young Museum, San Francisco, May 2014). I’ll go back. To 6 months ago. I’m dressed as a flapper, donning a black Chloe dress and fake Chanel pearls. A glass of rancid Cabernet Sauvignon in one hand (I was at a bar that refused to believe in wine - who are(…)
The magnificent Elodin Pendragon, returns with another honest, real and hilarious account of his past experiences in the dating world. Thanks again Elodin for all your great tales. It’s good to know not just us girls face some amusing moments! I’ll be honest; I don’t photograph well. It could be because of the inherent insecurity deep(…)
The Importance of Covering Each Other in Community; Especially After the Break Up. The irony of writing about relationships, the trials, the tribulations is that to stay accountable, you must cover those you write about. So details in matters of the heart will always remain a mystery. You must protect them from gossip,(…)
It’s rare I manage to get my way, but some days it happens. This time my friend ‘Oden Wyle’ wrote a little something, possibly as a means of passive aggressive behaviour towards my blog, (tell me I don’t come across like this?) but his divine humour I can now share. Behold, the beauty of self-deprecation(…)
By now, I had filtered out some of the crazies and began interacting with some women on the site. I’d pour over emails, watching out for any subtexts indicating the presence of psychological disorders. There was one particular girl I’d been talking with that caught my cyber-eye. She was attractive, polite, charming and not really(…)