You've read all the books, attended the seminars, and still Mr. Right doesn't seem to be on the horizon. You're not alone. Three out of 10 women are still single at 30. So what do you do while you wait? Learn to make this season of singleness one of contentment and purpose instead of a holding pattern.
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Review 1 for Now and Not Yet: Making Sense of Single Life in the Twenty-First Century
Date:December 21, 2007
As a single, soon to be 26 year-old, this book was a real challenge and encouragement to me. It pointed out how important it is to submit to God's will for our lives, no matter in what station of life we find ourselves, and that our primary focus should be on serving God to the best of our ability where he has us RIGHT NOW. Life is often very different from what we expected or hoped for, but God is sovereign and has our best in mind. I loved all the real-life examples and stories from single women, and I would definately recommend this book.
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Review 2 for Now and Not Yet: Making Sense of Single Life in the Twenty-First Century
Date:July 30, 2007
FABULOUS BOOK! I highly recommend this book to every Christian single female! It is both insightful and encouraging. Jennifer has a masterful way of communicating her thoughts. A must read!