Many single brothers and sisters in the church long for the companionship and friendship of marriage. In this article, Jayne Clark offers her hard-won wisdom on what it looks like to wrestle well with the Lord about the desire for marriage. Along the way, Clark clears up the meaning of the familiar phrase “the gift of singleness,” and why marriage is not the answer to loneliness.
Struggling through Singleness
Author: Jayne V. Clark Date: April 16, 2015
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Other Articles Included in This Issue
- More Than a Proof Text: “Men—Treat Women as Sisters”
- More Than a Proof Text: “You Are Dust—And God Gets That”
- Why Is This Sordid Story in the Bible?: Four Reasons to Read about the Rape of Tamar
- Ten Questions to Ask before Starting a Counseling Ministry in Your Church
- How to Talk with Someone about Sin
- Entitlement: When Expectations Go Toxic
- Struggling through Singleness
- More Than a Proof Text