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Meet The Bachelors





MEET: Charlie Robinson

What do you like to do in your past time?

Charlie likes reading, singing, acting, photography and spending quality time with family and friends. He loves attending church and cooking various types of meals. “Thanking God for my gift of singing. Praying to Him for the return of my passion to use my gift to the fullest.”
An all too common misconception……Forgiveness is not a feeling; an emotion. It is not ‘forgetting’, but ‘pardoning’. Not justice of, but ‘in spite of’. There is no punishment or restitution.

What is something that makes a healthy relationship?

Forgiveness. Forgiveness is founded on a choice, a decision; an action.
Forgiveness dwells with faith, love, mercy, covenance…Christ.
I have forgiven, and been forgiven.

What quote best describes love?

“Love enables you to put your deepest feelings and fears in the palm of your partner’s hand, knowing they will be handled with care.”  Carl S. Avery.


MEET: Billie Miller

What do you like to do in your past time?

I would have to say writing. God has called me to teach His Word and writing is one of the main vehicles that I use. I love to write. I write books, Newsletters, articles, blogs, and I minister to thousands on social networks such as twitter and facebook. I keep a pen and paper with me at all times to capture what God drops in my spirit.

I also love to read, especially nonfiction books. I’m always learning, always digging, and always gaining information. I often keep a book nearby, because I don’t like to waste time. For example, I take a book with me to my doctor’s appointments, because I don’t want to waste time in the waiting room, especially if it’s a long wait. That’s all part of being a leader though. Leaders are readers…and they are writers too.

I also spend quality time with family and friends. It’s always good to laugh, have fun, and create memories. I Love them. They help keep me going. You can’t have a “Dream” without a “Dream Team” in your corner.

What is your definition of an ideal help mate?

The Bible says in Genesis 2:18, “And the Lord God said, It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him an help meet for him.”

God said that it’s not good for man to be alone. So His answer or solution was to make him a help that’s meet for him. Notice God didn’t use a compound word, “helpmeet”. God said that He would make man a helper that’s “meet” for him. The word “meet” means proper, suitable, fit, and comparable. Look at the Amplified version of this same Scripture.

“Now the Lord God said, It is not good (sufficient, satisfactory) that the man should be alone; I will make him a helper (suitable, adapted, complementary) for him.” Genesis 2:18 AMP

So my definition of an ideal help mate is a woman who is proper, suitable, fit, and comparable. And in order to be those things, she has to be a woman who Loves God. She’s a woman whose presence demands my attention—not because she’s dressed provocatively; not because she’s making a lot of noise…but it’s because she’s anointed, as if God breathed on her…which He did. She’s a woman whose words are filled with “The Word”. When she speaks, Life comes out. Not gossip, not slander…but Life. She’s a woman who has my back. Even if everyone left me, she’d be there when I turn around to heal my wounds. She’s a woman whose Love is so strong that even when she’s not around, I’d feel the residue of her presence. She’s not a perfect woman, but she is a winning woman…and she’s the woman for me.


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