Monday, August 22, 2005
Writing Op - Christian Singles Website
From Focus On the Family
Focus' College Web site Expands to Reach Young Christian Singles
If you or someone you know is in their 20s, you recognize that decade as a time of transition: Transition from college to career; from their parents' home to the one they're making for themselves; from adolescence into adulthood. It's a time of adventure and discovery. It's a time of questions: "What's God's call on my life? Where am I headed? What will my contribution be, and how will I leave my mark?"
For all the excitement, there's plenty of anxiety and some serious hurdles to clear. That's why there's Boundless.org.
Boundless.org is here to encourage them not to languish. We offer practical suggestions and principled advice for making the most of the single years, while encouraging them to embrace the responsibilities and rewards of marriage and family in the season to come. At Boundless, we believe in living intentionally, by bringing your gifts, talents and resources to bear on every part of your life.
In addition to publishing three new articles each week, we're adding an HTML E-newsletter that will include links to the new articles, as always, plus mini articles exclusive to the email. This is a great time to sign up for this free service if you haven't already, and to use the "forward" feature to invite your friends and family to join.
Boundless.org is unique in its commitment to the single adult for the "long haul" Its goal is to establish a lifelong relationship with readers, equipping them along the way -- from singleness into married life and parenting -- while chronicling the unique joys and challenges of eacch season. Boundless' connection to Focus on the Family, with its unparalleled resources and ministries, makes this possible.
Boundless.org features stories, columns and reviews from a Christian perspective. Contributors to Boundless.org are renowned journalists from around the globe. They include Dr. J. Budziszewski, professor at the University of Texas at Austin; Roberto Rivera y Carlo, a fellow at the Wilberforce Forum at Prison Fellowship and contributing editor to Touchstone: A Journal of Mere Christianity; and Candice Watters, founding editor of Boundless and columnist for the popular "Beyond Buddies" series on dating and relationships.
We're here to help singles make sense of this season and enjoy the journey. For a fresh perspective on age-old questions about faith and friendship, dating and entertainment, career, calling and more, check us out at www.boundless.org
Posted by Louise Bergmann DuMont at 2:10 PM