The Advice Single People Actually Want to Hear

Your weekly roundup :: April 25 – 29

As you head into your weekend, here are a few articles from the past week we thought you might enjoy.


Only 1 week left to join the summer session!

If 2022 hasn’t started off the way you thought it would, or you’re just wanting an extra set of eyes on your plans for this year, becoming a mentee in the summer session of the 4word Mentor Program is a great place to plug in! For 10 weeks, you will work one-on-one with a hand-selected mentor who will offer guidance on any and all issues or questions you’re having in your professional, personal, and spiritual life. Click the button below to sign up!


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Don’t Let Your Excitement to Hit the Road Overshadow Opportunities to Prepare to Follow God’s Call

Are you ready to set out on your Journey 4word? Don’t let your excitement to hit the road overshadow opportunities to prepare.

Did you know we have Monday blogs available in Spanish and Mandarin?


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Just released! – Part 2 of Favor Lee’s story

Listen to Part 2 of Favor Lee‘s journey to finding a beautiful way to join all areas of her life together under the umbrella of faith.


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How Women Can Thrive—Not Just Survive—In The Workplace

Rodger Dean Duncan with Forbes writes about why women face special challenges in the workplace and shares a specific set of practices can help them flourish.

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Five Things Single People Actually Want to Hear

Emily Brown with Relevant Magazine lists five friendly reminders that single people are actually going to want to hear from their friends and family.

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Trusting God in the Decision to be a Caregiver for a Loved One

Laura McGee with the Institute for Faith, Work & Economics shares how to seek God’s direction and wise counsel in your decision of whether to make major life changes to become a full-time caregiver for a loved one.

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Listen to the latest Mentoring Monday show featuring Margaret Grun Kibben, first female chaplain of the US House of Representatives!

Growing up Presbyterian, Chaplain Margaret Grun Kibben, 61st Chaplain for the US House of Representatives, went to church that was used as a hospital by George Washington during the Revolutionary War. Call it pre-ordained, she had a wonderful youth pastor who helped her understand her future role as a minister. She discerned where God was calling her and was grateful for the space that her mentors gave her, leading to her role as a Naval Chaplain. Listen to her legendary mentoring tips!


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