If you're single, that doesn't mean you're incomplete. You can be whole in Christ. Clarence Shuler coaches singles to speak up and let your needs be known for the benefit of your local church.
Whether you're single or married, you likely subscribe to some popular myths about singleness. Matt Perman tackles these myths and mixed messages with practical suggestions.
Is it okay to be single? Is Christ truly enough? Sam Allberry affirms that our relationship with God does not depend upon our marital status.
How far is too far? How honest should I be about my past with my future spouse?... Jonathan "JP" Pokluda addresses questions along the path to a promise.
Who is "the one" for you? Jonathan "JP" Pokluda answers this question and outlines specific things to look for and to avoid when seeking "the one" to marry.
Robbie and Sabrina McDonald join Ron Deal and talk about the good and bad surprises they experienced as they were establishing their blended family.
Sabrina and Robbie McDonald married quickly but didn't take into account the grief her young son was still experiencing since his father's death. Ron Deal explains how children grieve.
It was difficult for Sabrina to keep the promise to her late husband, to remarry after his death. But today she is Sabrina McDonald. Her new husband, Robbie, joins her to tell their story.
Hear about the rejection singles often feel as they wait for the man or woman of their dreams.
Singles don't always have the free time married people think they do.
Have you ever wished single men could read your mind?
We often hear about the benefits of marriage, but what are the benefits of singleness?
Find out how to reach out to singles in your church by listening to Wendy Widder
Wendy Widder and various guests give practical advice to singles on how to become an active part of the Body of Christ.
Wendy Widder talks about what it feels like to be a single in a church made of couples.