The following post is another article written by Rachel Dinkledine, who wrote a popular post a few weeks ago called With Love, Your Single Daughter. Rachel works as a registered nurse in the Indianapolis area.
Many of you have liked and shared the article I wrote a few weeks ago. Some of you have thanked me for being vulnerable enough to share an open letter to my parents. Others have questioned the wisdom of a mid-20-something grieving the loss of her ability to give her parents grandchildren. I appreciate your thoughts, but the letter wasn’t really about my parents or me.
This fictional letter was based on the experiences of older single women who have shared their stories with me. In a way, the letter is about the woman who sits in front of you at church. However, it’s really about you. Could someone thank you for helping them live out God-honoring singleness?
The letter’s subliminal message is this: Regardless of your age or marital status, you need a biblical theology of singleness.
So I ask–how is your theology of singleness doing? What would you say if someone asked you: What is the meaning of Christian singleness? If marriage tells the […]