Maybe the differences between you and others in your church aren’t particularly obvious (or maybe they are!), but you’re bonded together now as the people of God (1 Peter 2:9-10). This one thing — even if it’s the only thing we have in common — makes the church a family.
Can the words “healthy” and “singles ministry” be used in the same sentence? Yes, if the ministry has these important characteristics.
A strong case can be made for churches having a singles ministry, but can having one unintentionally ostracize singles from the rest of their church family?
Don’t allow the enemy to win in his quest to maintain racial division and suspicion, especially in the body of Christ where it has no place.
It’s hard to walk into church and sit alone, never hear a sermon related to single adult life, and feel invisible when it comes to ministries and events.
While articles on self-care offer some wisdom and insight, I often find myself walking away with temporary fixes and a bigger to-do list.
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