A guest podcast by Aukelien van Abbema, author of Single in Church and Dare to Date. Aukelien is a UK-based psychologist who speaks and counsels on singleness and dating in church. In this podcast she tells of her journey into singles ministry and introduces her new book Single in Church, which is now available on Amazon.
A guest podcast by Dr. Sara-Jayne Mcleod, founder of the Adam Meet Eve Agency. Sara-Jayne specialises in making Personal Introductions, Singlehood Coaching and Dating Advice for Christians. The 'Where the Good Men Are' podcast explores how Christian women can become proactive in increasing their opportunity for marriage. For more information, please visit: www.adammeetevehere.com.
A guest podcast by Dominique Anderson about the waiting that can take place before God grants us some of the chief desires of our hearts, with focus on the story of Ruth. Dominique is the author of The Little Book with my Big Thoughts and the creator and visionary of OPENBOX. She is also an ICU senior nurse in London.
Part 2 of a guest podcast by Andrina Davis, about handling disappointment in relationships, based on the story of Rachel. Andrina is a single mum from Birmingham, England and the founder of Divine Introductions, an agency that creates opportunities for single Christians to meet and connect. Connect with her at facebook.com/DivineIntroductions.
A guest podcast by Andrina Davis, about handling disappointment in relationships, based on the story of Rachel. Andrina is a single mum from Birmingham, England and the founder of Divine Introductions, an agency that creates opportunities for single Christians to meet and connect. Connect with her at facebook.com/DivineIntroductions.
A guest podcast by Carolyn Henry (South East London) in which she de-mystifies a phrase that has led many singles astray in their quest for a significant other. Carolyn highly values transparency and speaks openly about her experiences at various events, sharing her journey in relationships and ministry.
Carolyn currently serves as a member of NTCG National Youth Board, and mentors many young people on their journey through her own experiences. She is a very active and committed member within the church and has an MA in Christian Thought and Practice from Spurgeon’s College, London.
David talks about the biggest change that has taken place amongst employers, affecting their recruitment processes.
In this series, David analyses changes in the recruitment processes of some employers in the UK charity sector, in order to compare it to the quest for a mate. In this talk he begins a discussion on the job application form.