In this candid, hopeful, and optimistic look at how to be single, Knobbe draws on the insights and experiences of her friends, colleagues, and other singles. Employing the insights of Scripture, spiritual sages, and ordinary people, Knobbe shows us that the single life can be a time of abundance and joy if we welcome it. She addresses the fears singles face, the assumptions people make, and the questions singles ask themselves. She includes practical and spiritual advice for finding happiness and contentment during the single years. Read by the author; 4 compact discs/4.5 hours (approx.)
Ever get stuck at the kids’ table at family gatherings? Does everyone want to "fix you up" with potential mates? Are your dreams on hold until you find someone with whom to share them?
In this candid look at being single, Beth Knobbe draws on the experiences of men and women who share their personal stories and reflections on what it means to be singlewith faith, purpose, and passion.
With insights from both Scripture and ordinary people, Knobbe shows us that the single life can be one of abundance and joy. She addresses the fears singles face, the assumptions people make, and the questions singles ask themselves. She includes practical and spiritual advice for finding happiness and contentment as a single person.
BETH M. KNOBBE, a campus minister at the Sheil Catholic Center of Northwestern University, has a master of divinity degree from the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. A member of the Catholic Campus Ministry Association, she speaks often about young adult spirituality. She has had articles published in U.S. Catholic and The Word on Campus. She wrote Finding My Voice: A Young Woman’s Perspective.
"...a new perspective on this often-misunderstood vocation and the wonderful people who live it intentionally and full of purpose and grace." -- Paul Jarzembowski, executive director, National Catholic Young Adult Ministry Association
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