Icebreakers and Team Games for your Singles Ministry
FIND SOMEONE: Each participant writes on a blank index card one to three statements, such as favorite color, interest, hobby, or vacations. Pass out cards so everyone gets someone else's card. Have that person find the person with their card and introduce him or herself. Order over 150 icebreakers and team games and help support The Singles Network Ministries. Only $4.99
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On Singleness: The Exclusive Love of God by John Mark Comer
From its inception, Christianity was the most radical movement of all time. The incredible nature of the love of God reshaped all cultural norms of the day. This became evident when Jesus took a child in His arms and said,
Whoever welcomes one of these little children in My Name welcomes Me; and whoever welcomes Me does not welcome Me but the One who sent Me. - John 9:37 Read More
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Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here! 2 Corinthians 5:17 NIV
Singles & Relationships Study, On Sale $10; $9 for 10 or more
In this study, designed especially for single adults (individual/small group/class), you’ll learn to appreciate what God has already given you, while knowing that God has yet more to give...as you trust in Him. You’ll learn to care about others and to avoid relationships that will harm you. Best of all, you’ll deepen your friendship with God--your very best friend. Order Now!
Dating as a Single Parent by Single Parent Leader, Holly Crain
Let me save you some time. If you search for dating in the Bible you won't find it. So, where are we supposed to find principles to establish a relationship that will last? Read More
“Jesus was a single adult and so are over 50% of the adults in the U.S. today. This is a population segment that calls for special attention and ministry, but has often gone unnoticed by the church. Kris Swiatocho has dedicated her life to reaching single adults for Christ and building them into multiplying disciples of Christ. She is a great communicator and organizer of singles ministry. I commend her to any church or group who is seeking to reach the many singles in our culture today.”
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Friendationship by Kris Swiatocho
The Urban Dictionary says that Friendationship is “the state of a relationship wherein the two people are clearly ‘more than friends’ but won't admit or don't know if they are a ‘couple’ or not.” There are several people online that say they coined the word including a good friend of mine who is a successful singer and writer. Several years ago I was sitting with her in a Dallas, TX coffeehouse (we were both in town speaking at different Churches) drinking a strong cup of decaf when I heard her talked about her friendationship. I was like, what did you just say? She went on to say you know, Christian friends with or without benefits depending on how you define it. Read More
Book of the Month: Single in Church by Aukelien van Abbema
Church leaders: Did you know up to 40% of the population is single? And did you know the vast majority of them rather would want to be married? And did you know that church congregations do not reflect those stats? And that for every 2 or 3 single women in church there is only 1 single man? This is where you as church leaders come in, and the single people entrusted to your pastoral care.
Single people: Have you been told by your church to just ‘pray and wait’? Or worse even, to ‘let it go’? Are you single and finding yourself among a group of single women with no single men in sight? Than this book is for you, and for your pastor! Read More
God's Great Work in Reaching Singles by Kris Swiatocho
Q: Do you want to reach every single person you can? Then let’s talk about how to reach every “single” person.
So, why aren’t our churches reflective of this 54%?