Single But Not Alone
According to recent U.S. Census statistics, 47 percent of the adults in the United States are single. Because many of those singles are women, is the church adequately serving the needs of this demographic? This book answers the question...
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According to recent U.S. Census statistics, 47 percent of the adults in the United States are single. Because many of those singles are women, is the church adequately serving the needs of this demographic?
This book answers the question and provides keys to a fruitful life of singlehood for women.
Infused with creative analogies, single women will be provided with keys to enjoying the single life, and know what to do when meeting potential mates. The issue of waiting on God for the mate of your dreams is addressed and women's fears that God will take longer than they are willing to wait.
Drawing from both theoretical and practical positions readers will be given new approaches to living a single lifestyle.
Women of all ages and backgrounds will benefits from reading this book.
About the author:
DIANE SIMS has a strong foundation in the Word of God and serves Him with a fervent heart. She has played an active role in singles, prayer, youth, and street ministries at her local church in Kansas City. She holds a Bachelor's and Master of Science in Nursing with an emphasis in women's healthcare. She is a board-certified nurse practitioner.
Diane Sims, now living in Stratford, grew up in Sault Ste Marie. She has worked as a journalist/editor for newspaper and magazine media, as a writer/broadcaster for CBC radio, and as corporate editor for a Crown corporation. She has been living with MS and ovarian cancer for far longer than anyone expected possible, and her previous writing has reflected this. "Gardens of our Souls: A Correspondence of Gardening, Friendship and Healing", with Marla Fletcher (Macmillan, 1998, ISBN 0-7715-7582-3), was translated into Chinese and Japanese for distribution in those countries; "An Ovarian Cancer Co