From After Being Saved

Why Are You Still Single?

I get asked this question more often than not, and I get why they ask. I’m turning 31 soon, and I’m not married or have any kids at all. It’s not hard for me to get a date, and it probably wouldn’t be that hard to pick one and have a boyfriend. I got people sliding in my DM’s, so I know I’m not ugly. Haha! People say all types of things to me about my singleness, and I’m pretty sure I’ve heard everything.   “You’re so pretty and perfect, why aren’t you off the market?” “You must be crazy!”…

My First Time…

I am not talking about my “first time”. I am talking about my first “saved-Christian” relationship, which really means the first relationship I had after I was saved. It definitely wasn’t a Christian relationship, but just two Christians in a relationship. You get what I’m saying? I was enjoying life, seeking after God hard, I was hungry and thirsty to get to know Jesus and to build this relationship with Him. I was feeling brand new and a whole new person. It was only a little over a year that I had been in my walk with God when I…

Who I Am Now…

My name is Justine, and I am now 30 years old. I started this blog about two years ago to write down all my dating adventures and experiences of trying to find love. I didn’t know I would find true love through Jesus Christ during this journey. It was so unexpected as they say “when you least expect it”, and THANK YOU, GOD! My life has completely changed, and it has been a sweet struggle to learn who I am in Christ and to learn how to date differently than my way, but instead God’s way. The journey has not…

A different journey…

Yesterday I started to tear up as I expressed to one of my married BFFs with a daughter and a baby boy on the way how tired I was of talking to guys and how exhausting it is to try and date. I just want to find the one. She probably has no idea what I am going through. Since my last post, a lot has changed for the better; especially spiritually. Last year in September I was saved, which means I accepted God into my heart. I grew up Catholic, but I never felt connected to the church. I…