Looking for my life-long friend and marriage partner.
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- A Marriage Partner
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- Abundant Life (working on weekly attendance)
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- Once or Twice a month
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- Southern Baptist
- Do you drink?
- 1 or 2 on occasion
- Willing to relocate?
- Possibly, who knows
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- Do you want children?
- Education Level
- 4 Yr College Degree
- My Profession
- General Clerk II
This year I have been working voluntary and mandatory overtime. Loving the pay, I was getting drained on the hours. I am looking forward to my recent promotion I gained to a position of leadership with teaching, coaching, training and mentoring. I enjoy training others and it helps me learn different people's perspectives, I also learn what works and what doesn't and to be an advocate - a voice for others who choose not to speak up or are afraid to do so. I am hoping to rollout many things that would benefit not just myself but the whole team. My philosophy is when I help my fellow teammates to be better that makes my job easier, otherwise I'm just killing myself, the challenge then comes to remain as good, better or the best to maintain my position or move up. This year, all of this means I am a big homebody. I sometimes fall asleep with this app pulled up on my phone. (Sheepish smile)
Yeah! It's winter! I love how God can make the ugliest junkyard, trees and other things look so beautiful with ice, and freshly packed, untouched piles of snow! I am all about staying inside and keeping warm. Winter is a great time for hot chocolate, hot apple cider, slow-cooker meals, soup and crackers, chili and cornbread, warm fireplaces, blankets, snuggling up on my couch with blankets, my crochet and watching movies. Although I miss being outside making doughnuts while riding a 4-wheeler (ATV), sledding, making snowmen, snowangels, snowball forts, snowballs and snowball fights. (Sad, crying face) Oh! Let's not forget venison-summer sausage deer meat and cheeseballs and crackers! Where's my hunters? I'm craving some deer meat!
I'm looking to meet and hangout with some local KC Metro adventurers! I enjoy playing sports over watching them! I would really like to get back into camping, hiking, biking, walking nature trails, fishing, working out at a gym and if possible of course horseback riding! Or other obscure sports/games like bowling, billards, badminton, racquetball, tennis, volleyball, croquet and definitely family fun game nights! Is this something we could enjoy doing together for many years to come? I would like to find a partner for all parts of my life: spiritually, ministry(ies), friendship, leadership, companionship, encouraging, motivating, challenging, romantically, taking adventures physically, emotionally and spiritually, helping me get through household chores (cooking and cleaning), if and when: joining me in raising our kids - there is a very important value and need for both a mother and a father.
I also enjoy movies, retro video games like Mario Brother's and a newer Wii game, Zelda and the Twilight Princess.
I am loyal, friendly, sweet, smart, a saver, and an animal-lover with exceptions. I am looking for a Christian man who is caring, compassionate, fun, helps others to relax and laugh, knows how to lead, and he is working on his relationship with Christ. If we make a mess, let's clean it up together! :rolleyes:
Hello, I am Beverly.
There was a time in my life when, although I went to church, I realized that I did not have the joy and peace for eternal life with God that we were telling others about. I felt like I knew all of the "right" answers, but I didn't feel like I had that kind of joy and peace. One night my youth group traveled on an old school bus to a local theater to share about this joy and peace to others in the neighborhood. My own conscience would not let me leave the bus to speak about something I did not even know for sure I had. I was so insistent about not leaving the bus, that the girl sitting beside me talked me through the very same information that we were supposed to go through with those outside.
Soon afterward I was talking with five different leaders in the church about my reasons for feeling the way I did. Then we very slowly went through the information that the rest of the group handed out to the people in the neighborhood. I kept telling the leaders that I felt like I knew the "right" answers, but I didn't feel like they were true for me. On the ride home, I had a lot of time to think about what had happened that night. Once everyone arrived back at the church I said my goodbyes to those that were leaving for the night. The leaders, my mom and myself all met together to go through the information packet again. Finally, I realized what I needed to do. It was that day that I received the gift of eternal life and I knew that this joy and peace was true in my life.
Since that day I received eternal life, there have been times when I have not been very joyful. There have been times that have not been very peaceful as well. Yet, through the challenges I have faced in my life, I know without a doubt that I have peace with God and will spend eternity with him.
Do you have that peace with God and that assurance that you will spend eternity in heaven with God?
If "Yes": What do you base that assurance on? Why do you have that assurance?
If "No": Can I share how this can be true for you?
3:23 "For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God."
6:23 "For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord."
5:8 "But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: while we were still sinners, Christ died for us."
10:9-10 9"That if you confess with your mouth, 'Jesus is Lord,' and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. 10For it is with your heart that you believe and are justified, and it is with your mouth that you confess and are saved."
Now for information about myself:
I would describe myself as a straight-shooter, I do not like to beat around the bush - I may even miss those hints. I have a reputation for writing "novels" and I am detail oriented. I enjoy intellectual stimulation - a lively conversation even if I share a different point of view than the other person or small group.
It takes me awhile to open up to new people and new situations. I tend to have a handful of friends that I am comfortable with and I am very loyal to them.
My humor tends to be a mixture of Captain Obvious and sarcasm, or what others call dry humor. You need to know that I am not a big sports fan; I would rather play sports than watch them. I played volleyball in Middle School and High School.
I am passionate about life saving donations with blood and its components and the American Heart Association - such as "Jump Rope for Heart".
My faith, family and friends are all very important to me. I am concerned about humankind's environment and well-being.
I am a movie aficionado. A creator of crocheted garments - crochet is one hook. I have also made latch-hook rugs or pillows. (So I am not a big fan of expensive cards. If you want me to like it, keep it and cherish it, you better use some imagination and make it personal.)
I grew up on a farm with different kinds of animals. I come from an old-fashioned background which I adhere to many of those principals. Such as men and women do not live together or have relations prior to wedlock.
I want a marriage that the husband will be the leader of the family in as many aspects as possible: spiritually, financially, makes important final decisions, he is respectable and shows respect, chivalry or gentlemanly behaviors, the father who disciplines as the final authority when the children do not obey the mother.
I want to provide challenges and be challenged even in dreaded confrontations. I know there will be compromises, although I want our foundation to consist of friendship, trust, communication, respect, honesty, similar backgrounds or interests, similar goals or desires and of course our spiritual faith. I want a house - the home - the family to be built on The Rock and not on sinking sand.
I am looking for a man who has met and accepted my Jesus and actively works on his faith and actions, he needs to be close to my chronological age and maturity, if not a little bit older (ages 34 - 40; if you are younger than 34, you need to be really mature).
If you are interested, please contact me.
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