Living A Single Christian Life
Frightening to some, freedom to others, singleness is a fact of life for millions of adults today. But many of the issues surrounding singleness are unclear. For the Christian, what does godly living look like? What does God think of divorce? Is remarriage ever a biblical option? This series will answer your questions and help explain some of Scripture's most important passages on this timely topic.
What are you waiting for? If you're among the growing ranks of single adults, chances are you're waiting for Mr. or Miss Right. And while waiting is an important aspect of the Christian life, it's not easy. No one knows this better than Bill Thrasher. He spent almost two decades in adulthood before marrying his wife, and now shares the secret of successful single living-contentment.
In A Daughter of the King, Sarah Ehrsam shares her journey as a single Christian woman and challenges you to see life as more than an empty fairy tale but instead as a life that can be full of joy and meaning. Using the truths found in God's Word, she sho
GrandMamma's Prayers is a story of faith, a story of hope and a story of perseverance. Chapters 1, 2, 3 and 4 reinforce a single truth; Christianity is more than a Sunday to Sunday experience - it is a life, a relationship and a way of living unlike anyth
Memoirs from a single mother searching for a father for her children only to learn from her mistakes. Then she goes on to live a life of over a decade as a successful single. While living an exiting life & achieving lifetime accomplishments such as mentoring nearly 100 of her neighbor's children & teaching them how to read sheet music & play the piano while singing to the music they played.
Pastor of a fast-growing multi-ethnic church in Oklahoma City brings a message of hope that can change lives. But God. These two words have the potential to turn every single person's life upside-down. The phrase is short-just six letters long-but the implications are huge. Pastor Herbert Cooper was living a reckless lifestyle when he heard the gospel at a Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting-a meeting he hadn't even planned to attend-and gave his life to Christ.
English life in the thirteenth century was characterized by: a single Christian Church owing allegiance to Rome and living on the revenues of its estates; kingship with difficulty kept intact in the face of scheming magnates jealous of their privileges; a