Dating With Devotion Coaching
A coaching program for Christian single and dating women desiring to be married and devoted to finding a husband.
This program is designed to help you navigate the complex and confusing world of dating as a Christian and guide you on the path from single to spouse.
Desiring to be married is one thing, finding a husband is another. The search for a husband doesn’t need to be dreadful, daunting, and difficult. Why add an additional layer of suffering in the search for a spouse? Feeling lonely, afraid, ashamed, and having to wait longer than you had hoped is difficult and painful enough.
I have worked with hundreds of single women in our Christian communities who are feeling hopeless, disappointed, and frustrated.
Who is it for?
This unique program is for the countless single women desiring marriage who struggle with the painful process of waiting and dating. Or whose weary hearts are weighed down and struggling to heal after heartbreak and regain confidence in who they are. It is designed specifically for women who are in an unexpected, prolonged season of waiting patiently for many months or even years to be intentionally pursued and find a husband who loves Jesus and pursues them with serious intention.
Dating with Devotion Coaching does not focus solely on dating well but healing well and marrying well.
Dating with Devotion is Designed for Three Types of Women:
Single women who want to date with serious intention to find a husband.
Dating women who are stuck in unhealthy, destructive relational patterns or who are suffering from cycles of rejection, heartbreak, and shame related to being single.
Women who are currently in a loving relationship and trying to determine “Is he the one I want to marry”? Or to obtain help dealing with an ambiguous dynamic where your significant other is not on the same page as you are with regards to seriousness of the relationship, timing, and commitment when it comes to marriage.
Through Dating With Devotion Private 1-on-1 Coaching, You Will…
Build a secure foundation for healthy relationships that coincides with your morals, values, and beliefs as well as your emotional needs, spiritual maturity, and heart’s desires.
Learn how to thrive in a season of prolonged, unexpected singleness.
Identify false narratives such as, “I’m too picky,” “I’m too much,” “I’m not enough,” dictating your dating decisions and relationship goals.
Discover your non-negotiables and learn how to practically navigate the daunting world of on-line dating so it is seamlessly fun and not an overwhelming killjoy or waste of time.
Learn how to dialogue with God in the most intimate manner possible related to expressing your true feelings and thoughts about being single.
Heal from unhealthy relationship patterns keeping you stuck in a continuous cycle of suffering in your dating life and choosing the wrong men.
Adopt new mindsets: Stop compromising and settling for second best in relationships and believe you are worth fighting for.
Break free from allowing your past failures, rejection, and heartbreak to influence your present moment choices and future relationships.
Face difficult feelings such as anger towards God, self-hatred, fear, loneliness, sadness, and grief related to unmet expectations, failed relationships, and unfulfilled heart’s desires.
Determine what a Christ-centered relationship that is authentic, romantic, and passionate looks like for you.
Understand your current God-given purpose in life and create a renewed vision for your future from a place of hope and confidence.
Diving Deeper Into 4 Core Areas that Surface in Dating and Relationships:
Find Peace: Eliminating Information Overload
We are living in a society of information overload. There is such a thing as too many voices even from well-meaning people (friends, family, mentors, and influencers alike) with regards to dating and relationships.
Get Unstuck: Removing Obsessive Overthinking
For many single women, thinking about your dating dilemmas and how to find a husband becomes all consuming, emotionally overwhelming, and mentally tormenting.
Break Free: Eradicating a Fix-It Mentality
You do not need to be fixed because you are single. You are not a problem to solve or a project. You are a person.
Co-Create: Experience Lasting Change
Dating with Devotion Coaching is not purely a method, a technique, or something done to us. Something must happen through us.
Common Questions Addressed:
Is there something wrong with me because I am still single?
What does it mean to “do my part?”
'What does putting yourself out there look like?
How important are physical attraction and chemistry?
How to do online dating, or should I do it at all?
How do I navigate the tension of trying, praying, and waiting?
What does purity look like and how do I make sense of scripture?
How do I trust my intuition in a sea of opinions?
How do I distinguish between my desires to be married and God’s will?
Do I have to be fully healed to be in a relationship?
Am I hoping for a fairy tale fantasy and not living in reality?
Am I too selective and picky?
If I’m interested in someone, who initiates - me or him?
How do I have meaningful conversations and maintain a healthy emotional intimacy?
How much do I share, and when is it appropriate?
4 Blockades to Finding and Maintaining Relationships Leading to Marriage:
I have developed a propriety, innovative model based upon based upon scientific research, psychological training, and theological expertise to guide single, Christian women through their internal battles, false beliefs, and lingering questions blocking their path from single to spouse.
Many single women grow weary in their extended time of singleness and are tempted to lose heart and give up faith believing God for a husband. Their original energy, passion, and excitement dwindle into despair, doubt, and unbelief.
Countless single women feel a deep sense of emptiness, loneliness, hopelessness, and disappointment. You are not where you thought you’d be at this point in your life. You experience an intense grief in this season of prolonged singleness.
Once a dating relationship begins, women tend to develop an unhealthy pattern of neglecting themselves receiving little or no reciprocation, carrying the emotional weight of the relationship, giving more than you are capable of, and saying yes when you really mean no.
A major theme that arises in my work with single women is their inclination to believe the man they are dating will change.
Through Dating with Devotion, you will learn to place your hope in God instead of in another person becoming the husband you desire and even in yourself for making marriage happen. You will learn to trust God’s timing in the midst of not knowing what the journey looks like, how it plays out, and when it happens. You will begin to believe He will go above and beyond your expectations, hopes, and desires while He works behind the scenes on your behalf to bring about the desires of your heart as you delight in Him. You will pursue your unique purpose, refuse to give up, and live with a new-found confidence in who you are and what you want.