Posts tagged singleness
Uniqueness in Singleness

Seasons in life are inevitable: whether it’s becoming an adolescent or an adult, getting married or becoming a parent. These transitions are marked by a specific age or a concrete life change. But there is another transition that takes place, though no outward change is visible: when one goes from “student” to “single.”

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Should I Be Content with My Singleness?

For the single person there is a tension in learning to embrace singleness while still holding to a biblical view of marriage and even desiring it. Is it discontentment to want to be married? This article by Betsy Childs Howard is very helpful and encouraging to the person who desires to honor God in their singleness while simultaneously still hoping for marriage.

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Singleness Is Not a Problem to Be Solved

Singleness ought not be viewed as a problem, nor marriage as a right. God in His wisdom and love grants each as a gift.

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Singleness

When I was a college student, I had expectations that my life would look a certain way in a few years – I would work until I got married and then be a stay-at-home mom. Well, neither am I married nor am I a mom…

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