Blind dating 2016

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This book is a delightful telling of how God, in his kindness, allows himself to be seen.

Wise, warm, funny, and deep—Stephanie Rische writes in a way that will draw you in and keep you reading.

Through eight blind dates, God did not change his answer. And if you read her book, I’m pretty certain he’s going to change you, too.

If you’re struggling to hope that you will ever find “Mr.

Stephanie couldn’t help but wonder if there was something broken in her—was she not pretty enough? But amid the most cringeworthy setups and awkward encounters, Stephanie found God’s grace and love meeting her there in ways she never could have imagined—once she opened her eyes to see.

All around her, her friends were getting married, and she found herself decidedly alone. So she started praying in earnest for God to bring the right man into her life. ) often mortifying true story of a girl who tried really hard to find someone to fall in love with—even when she mostly just ended up falling flat on her face.

I really enjoyed this book, and highly recommend it!

Ok guys, as the hearts-and-chocolate aisle at CVS/RITE-AID/ANYWHERE will not let you forget-Valentine’s day is a mere 5 or or so days away. We did some of these guides before but decided they deserve updates SINCE DC IS A HOTBED OF NEW VENUE/RESTAURANT/BAR activity and there is PLENTY OF NEW OPTIONS TO TALK ABOUT. Taylor Tomlinson is coming back to the Improv in 2018, and this time she has top billing.

Given that, you can imagine my delight when I found out that she is also a gem of a writer.

An encouraging and thought-provoking read for anyone navigating singleness and dating.

This book has a piece of my heart, and Stephanie now feels like a dear friend who knows my Starbucks order and shows up at my front door in her pajama-pants just to talk because she knows I’ve had a rough day.

(Some of which she’s still trying to figure out.)Stephanie Rische was starting to feel invisible. Beloved blogger Stephanie Rische debuts with this charming, vulnerable, and (who are we kidding?

If you’ve ever been brave enough to outright ask God for the desire of your heart only to be met with what feels like stony silence, this book is for you.

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