The New Testament has a shocking view of singleness that is far different from what is held in our culture and unfortunately often in our churches as well. Many single and married Christians do not know how to properly view singleness, which seems to perpetuate the problem. This workshop examines the biblical data concerning being unmarried, the blessings and challenges of a single life, and some practical suggestions for helping singles see the grace of God at work in them and through them as well as some practical advice for how the whole church can better minister to those who do not have a spouse.
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ACBC – 2017 Annual Conference – Faithfully Protestant
CCEF – 2017 Annual Conference – Family