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Thursday, June 8, 2017

Flying Solo in a Family-Centered Church


BOOK REVIEW
Flying Solo in a Family-Centered Church
Gina Dalfonzo shares an insider's perspective on the frustrations of long-term singleness
Joy Beth Smith
This was never the life I imagined. My friends and I often sit around wondering how we got here. What boys did we pass up? What routines did we neglect, leaving us sleeping alone while the ticking of our biological clocks lulls us into fitful dreams? I don't feel equipped for singleness. All the youth group dating advice was predicated on the idea that marriage was in my future, that if I made all the right choices, kept myself pure, and sought after God, he would reward me with a husband. I've only recently gotten to a place where I can ask myself, But what if he doesn't? continue reading >>


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