Item description for Singleness Redefined: Living Life to the Fullest by Carolyn Leutwiler...
Overview Singleness Redefined seeks to encourage the single Christian woman to live an abundant life NOW with the knowledge that the Lord?s sovereignty covers her. He is not blind to her singleness, but has lovingly ordained this as the present ? and best ? situation for her life.
? Shows how single women can experience the joy of God and His goodness and be effective witnesses for Him. ? Reminds readers that God is sovereign no matter the circumstances in life. ? Encourages readers to listen to the truths of God rather than the lies of the world
Publishers Description Singleness Redefined seeks to encourage the single Christian woman to live an abundant life Now with the knowledge that the Lord's sovereignty covers her. He is not blind to her singleness, but has lovingly ordained this as the present - and best - situation for her life.
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Studio: P & R Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.2" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Jul 2, 2008
Publisher P & R Publishing Co
ISBN 1596381116 ISBN13 9781596381117
Availability 3 units. Availability accurate as of May 23, 2017 08:42.
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More About Carolyn Leutwiler
Carolyn Leutwiler resides in New York City where she is pursuing a career as an opera singer while working at Redeemer Presbyterian Church.
Reviews - What do customers think about Singleness Redefined: Living Life to the Fullest?
Great but too short Jul 2, 2009
I have read quite a few books on Christian singles and this is by far one of the best. However, like others have said it is too short and would have been better if the author had expanded upon some ideas.
Short But Rich Read Jan 21, 2009
Although this is a quick read, it's a timely reminder of God's sovereignty and His perfect purpose for our lives. As a single woman, I struggle with contentment. This book encourages and challenges the reader to "bloom where planted" through scriptural references and the author's own struggles and anecdotes.
Singleness Redefined Worth a Read Dec 7, 2008
This book was a quick read, and a great reminder that God is sovereign. The author backed all of her assertions with Scripture and was honest and real about her own struggles with being single. She also had a sense of humor, but never strayed from Biblical truth that God has His purpose for our time of singleness, whether that time be long or short.
Just What I Needed... Nov 21, 2008
I am so thankful that this book was written! The author does an wonderful job of sharing her own personal experiences, offering critical truth and advice and encouraging her readers to define their lives by so much more than their marital status!
Very practical advice. Nov 12, 2008
Although this is primarily written to women, I found the advice and stories to be pertinent to my situation. (I am a 36 year old single male). I had just finished reading Henry Cloud's "How To Find A Date Worth Keeping" and I didn't enjoy Dr. Cloud's book at all. In fact, I would steer any of my Christian brothers and sisters away from it as I was horrified that others were taking his advice to heart. His book was so unbiblical in the advice it gave.
I'm saying that because I felt that Singleness Redefined was completely the opposite. Scriptures are quoted throughout and tied in with whatever story she is telling. The author's reasoning is that if it is not our time to be married, then serve the Lord in your singleness. Yes, it can be very hard to be single and in your 30s, but make the best of it. She gives dozens of ways to serve and be productive for the Kingdom in your singleness.
The writing is honest and I also found certain chapters hitting closer to home than I would have thought. Like Ms. Leutwiler, I skipped more than one of my friends' weddings this summer because of the awkwardness I feel at what should be a joyous occasion. Unlike the other reviewer, nothing dragged to me and I skipped nothing. I have no problem admitting I need help in this area and I'm happy there are some Biblically based books to nudge me along.