Breaking the Valentine’s Day Mold and Kindle eBook Winners!

valentines day
Isn’t he the cutest!!!

Happy Valentine’s Day!!!

There is no question that Valentine’s Day is one of the most difficult days for singles.

The tradition of Valentine’s Day involves romance, candy, and flowers. But there will be seasons when “tradition” just doesn’t fit where we are in life. Thankfully tradition doesn’t rule the world. God does.

Yes, traditions have purpose and value. However, our lives don’t always fit the mold of tradition. So what do we do?

We take the heart of it, and transform it. Use this day as a platform to show love to all human kind. Romantic love is nice, but not as powerful as agape (unconditional) love, that can thrive in every kind of relationship.

My good friend lost her husband right before Valentine’s Day many years ago. Today, as a single woman, she uses the season of Valentine’s Day to encourage people to say “I love you” to everyone important in their lives. Because we are not promised tomorrow. 

Resolve conflicts today. Call a friend you haven’t seen in awhile. Offer a kind gesture to someone who is lonely today.

Change the tradition. Break the Valentine’s Day mold. 😉

Congratulations to our Overcoming The Sorrow Of Being Single eBook Winners!!!

Stephan L.

&

Tamela S.

They won Thrive: The Single Life as God Intended (Kindle Edition) by Lina AbuJamra.

Thank you again to our new 2014 subscribers and our faithful subscribers of years past. I love you all so dearly. God bless and spread some love today!

Candra

Advertisements

3 thoughts on “Breaking the Valentine’s Day Mold and Kindle eBook Winners!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s