It was not an overnight process but a completed one nonetheless.She was able to become whole in her soul, healed from brokenness, and to find her identity rooted in Christ, not in having “Mrs.” in front of her name.She learned, God is never trying to take something from you, rather trying to get something better to you! Darren is tremendously blessed to have married a woman who loves God and desires to serve His people, something he had specifically told God he wanted. A great lesson learned in this relationship was this: in both marriage and singleness, “it’s not about us, but it’s about Him and His purpose.” If you know of other inspiring stories of those preferably 28 and older, that waited on God for their mates, and fought to maintain sexual purity (even if they fell and got back up) in the relationship before marriage, please email their contact information and highlights of their story to Rhodonna at [email protected] consideration in a similar write-up. This little girl preaching "Be A Funnel." This is disturbing.
Just a couple of months after moving to the same state, they were at the altar. They are running a house with twelve beautiful children who have backgrounds in deep poverty.The Beginning When Michelle, a college freshman, first saw Darren on the campus of their university, a thought came to her, “someday he’ll be my husband.” Little did she know how lengthy of a journey she had ahead of her before a “Mrs.” was in front of her name. They became pretty good friends, but he was not interested in having more than that with her.Over time, they did end up in a relationship, but it was toxic to say the least.They both desire for their marriage to be fruitful beyond themselves.Since marriage, they have worked side by side every day. To that, Darren says, “I guess some are not called to do it.” It is very natural to them and not a problem.