By Dana Anders, Chris Conti, Nathan Clement, Lana Trent Can you really be single and content? Single and Content, instead, offers candid conversation about the authors' own lives as singles and intersperses first-hand stories gathered from Christian music artists such as Avalon, Rich Mullins, Heather Floyd from Point of Grace, and Jeff Frankenstein from the Newsboys, all addressing the issues of singleness.
She understands how frustrations, desires, and longings can lead to mistakes and offers practical, biblical solutions. As a single woman herself, Mary Whelchel is familiar with the pitfalls that ensnare single people.Whether readers are or have been single for years or find themselves newly single, whether they are happy or unhappy in that state, ONE LIKE JESUS offers encouragement, support, and practical suggestions for leading a rich, full life.By Roberta Rand This book has been a real breath of fresh air.Whether dealing with such topics as eating habits, money decisions, or loneliness, Single and Content's candor will help you to appreciate and enjoy the life with which you've been blessed.
See the book's official site at Single and Content.By Harold Ivan Smith In a book proudly celebrating singleness in a "couples world", Harold Smith suggests 51 specific ways to live a richer and more satisfying life as a single person. By Michael Cavanaugh The book made me cry time and again as I recognized my selfish attitudes about my singleness.He offers biblical teaching on taking advantage of every opportunity for happiness. I now realize that being single is a unique opportunity to get to know God better, free from distractions.While acknowledging the pitfalls singles sometimes face, they celebrate the advantages that also come with singleness and validate it as a true gift from God. Sala Contentment in life is more than finding the right person but being the right person. Williams Two young women have combined their life experiences and writing talents to create an invaluable handbook for single women.Joyfully Single helps those who are unmarried to come to grips with life as it is and to find fulfillment "as is" instead of waiting for the right person to come along or to be involved in sexual relationships which leave you frustrated, lonely, and hurting. Melanie Dobson and Tosha Williams examine five areas of life: dating, wellness, relationships, pursuits and finances.In a conversational "big-sister" tone, they present sensible tips for success in each area.