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Thomas Nelson If Singleness Is a Gift, What's the Return Policy?

Are you just waiting around for a mate . . . or are you living your life to the fullest? Being single definitely has its pitfalls, but it also has tremendous advantages! The authors take a biblical (and humorous) look at loneliness, discouragement, bitterness, and more. Features a "Dating 101" section and "hot topic" questions-and-answers. 224 pages, softcover from Nelson.
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Date:December 5, 2004
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Elena
This is a great book. I have really enjoyed Michelle Mckinney Hammond books in the past so when I saw this book in the store I took a chance and I am glad I did. It is insightful and really does reflect the sentiments of singles every where. I really recommend this book if your single or if your married, it's a must have for every ones library.
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Date:January 20, 2004
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Gwen Unzicker
This book is one of the best I've read on the subject. It's not just a "be content and then you'll get a man" kind of book -- it really drives home how we should be living as Christians -- single or not. I haven't even finished the whole book yet, but already I can tell it's going to change the way I think about things. It's a must-read for EVERY Christian teen/young woman.
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