There are more singles now than any other time in this nation's history. While this reflects an abundance of "available" men, why are so many Christian women who desire marriage still going through their lives alone?
Author A.J. Kiesling explores this dilemma and how our culture, church subculture, and the behaviors and beliefs of both genders shape the outcome. Kiesling's personal experience, extensive research, and more than a hundred candid interviews with single women help readers discover: who these women are, their circumstances, and experiences why there are so many non-marrying men the influence of sex, feminism, expectations, and other factors on this trend what men and women want in a mate and why candidates often fall short how to date in a godly, intentional way while continuing to develop oneself
This fascinating, revealing look at an often glossed-over topic is filled with personal stories, "Girl Talk" questions and answers, "Man-Speak" comments and observations from men, and Kiesling's insight and compassion to help women understand their choices, their desires, and God's heart for their whole lives.