I know men and women who are kind, smart, funny and compassionate. They long to be married but so far God has said, “No.” I do not know why but I believe that God does.
Christ can sustain the lonely with just a word!
“Three times a bridesmaid, never a bride” rang in my ears. Although I was thrilled to stand beside some of the best women I have ever known, I still felt the fear of being left behind.
God may not orchestrate a passionate romance on earth, but he does promise a life of passion to enjoy with him. And that’s all the love you’ll ever need.
Boaz didn’t simply see Ruth, he understood and honored her. He recognized that Ruth was more than her past or present struggles.
Don’t wait for God to bring a man into your life to “complete” you. You are already complete if you are a child of God.
Ah, Christmas. A time of peace, love, joy, and hope. Or something.
The church, they keep telling me, is all about community. That’s a lovely idea but it has not been my experience.
Singleness seems to only be understood as a terrible and undesired transitionary state to be left behind as soon as possible.
In a world of couples, being single can be tough. So let’s make sure that they are not left out of ministry, volunteer work, or living a full and purposeful life.
Don't just survive... thrive! Because singleness is a gift.
The Christmas season can be a frustrating and lonely time of year for many people — including single men.
Being single is not easy.