This is the time of the year when we celebrate our “good things” and choose to learn from our mistakes. An equally useful exercise for Passion374!
Despite the pandemic and international lockdowns, Passion374 offered more than 80 events to singles this year. Several of them had to be presented online, but our annual conference was held in a theater and was a real miracle! Our “A Mug and a Bible” project also had to be done online, but it was for the best, as this method will have allowed us to reach more Christians. We were even able to feature the project twice in the year, then leaving all of our Bible studies on our site, for future free use for anyone who wishes.
We, unfortunately, lost the participation of some volunteers in our local groups, but we gained others. Our association with the ministry La Cause, in France, will have created a beautiful friendship that will continue to flourish in 2021.
We also produced 50 short videos this year, as part of our VLOG, and available on our YouTube channel. And our blog now has over 300 articles, including those from our contributors. Here are the five most popular English articles of 2020.
The danger of “hyper-spiritualizing” everything
It is important to consult God in all things. We are at His service, so we must follow Him. The Holy Spirit is by far the best counselor in any situation. But beware: we must not neglect the part we have to play in every decision.
Gain a marriage, but lose your soul
When we wait a long time for a partner and loneliness becomes heavy, we may be tempted to make significant compromises. However, despite our exasperation, we must keep the price of our soul in sight.
I am fine like this…
Not all Singles want to be in a relationship. Some live very well alone; it’s a grace given to them. But to ensure that this comfort is legitimate, a little introspection is necessary.
The sexuality of Christian singles In most Christian circles, there is simply no sexuality for Christian singles. However, completely denying the sexual needs of singles is not healthy at all, as explained by a Christian sexologist.
The danger of being perfect
Always striving for excellence is a great thing. But demanding perfection in all things is not only hard on our mental health, but it can also break or abort a romantic relationship.