Single adults—the fastest growing household type in America—are leaving the church in droves because they don’t find it a place to belong. This unfortunate fact is equally obvious to an overwhelming majority of surveyed pastors who consistently rate their church’s ministry to singles as poor, or fair at best. God’s intent for a win-win relationship between the two may have been lost, but the map is still available.
This engaging book dares you to believe that things can, and should, be radically different between singles and the church. There is a way you can make the dream come true.
“Essential reading for singles looking for their place in the church and for church leaders wanting to welcome them.” —Albert Y. Hsu, author of Singles at the Crossroads
Published by Kregel Publications (2003). 256 pages
(This book is out of print. You can get copies on Amazon [affiliate link] or here, if you’d like it autographed!)