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.
Marshall Segal talks to singles about the purpose of dating. Segal encourages singles to slow down and thoroughly get to know the person they are interested in.
Marshall Segal knows that most singles want to get married. Segal encourages young women to wait on the Lord and keep their eyes open for men who love godliness.
Author Marshall Segal explains what it means to live and date with purpose. Segalreflects on his single years and the lessons he learned while pursuing love and marriage.
Many people find themselves still single and wonder what they've done wrong. Emerson Eggerichs says, "You are here because you made GOOD decisions." Also hear from Gina Dalfonzo and Carolyn McCulley.
No one's life is perfect. Lisa Anderson makes a challenge to reconsider your assumptions about how others live, and Katie Davis Majors tells her courtship story.
Marriage is a gift from God, but so is singleness, and God Himself should be our rock in every stage of life. Hear Lauren Miller, Kimberlyn Fitts, and Tammy Trent tell their stories.
Clarence Shuler talks about his courtship with his wife. Clarence encourages singles to enter a relationship with eyes open and hearts guarded until they know for sure that they've found the one.
Are you intoxicated with romance? Clarence Shuler admits that he was too, at one time. But as relationship after relationship took a nosedive, Clarence wondered if he'd ever get married.