According to recent U.S. Census statistics, 47 percent of the adults in the United States are single. Of that 47 percent, 36 percent have attended a church in the past seven days. Because many of those singles are women, is the church adequately serving the needs of this demographic? Author Diane Sims answers this question and provides keys to a fruitful life of singlehood for women in her release Single, But Not Alone.
Infused with creative analogies, Sims provides single women with keys to enjoying single life and reminds them of what to do when meeting potential mates. Drawing from both theoretical and practical positions, Sims validates women and gives readers new approaches to living a single lifestyle.
Sims also addresses the issue of "waiting on God for the mate of your dreams." She writes, "Many women say they are waiting on God for their husbands because it makes them feel good and makes others think well of them...sadly enough, waiting for God has become a cliché that is used when convenient...women fear waiting on God because they think it will take longer than they are willing."
Poignantly written, Single, But Not Alone benefits women of all ages and backgrounds.