Be Complete In Christ

You are Never Alone

Michael Cavanaugh in his book The Power and Purpose of Singleness said it best when he said singles are not a half cookie. Somewhere in history the idea that person was not complete unless they were married became “common thought.” This is nothing new! Jesus even talks about being complete in Matthew 19 when the Pharisees asked why Moses had to grant divorce and Jesus went on to say that those who have been given the word to live like eunuchs should do so for the sake of the Kingdom. Jesus could have responded that yes, all people should marry have 2.5 kids and that would complete their lives. But He does not!

Singles can be complete in Christ. Not in a relationship with another person or in having children. Being complete in Christ is not a relationship status at all; it is a commitment to Christ to live for Him and have a growing relationships with Him. Yes, marriage is valued in Scripture. But equally valued is the idea that you are complete in Christ and that singles have the opportunity to go on mission for the Kingdom. In fact Paul encourages us to be single like he was so we can be free other commitments and worry marriage and family can bring. Paul equally talks about the beauty of marriage and how amazing marriage can be with Christ at the center.

At Table for One Ministries we want all singles to know they are complete in Christ. Join us and spread the word that being single does not make you broken and incomplete, rather it is a great opportunity to impact the Kingdom and this world for Christ.

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CollegiateBooks for Collegiate Singles
DatingBooks for Dating Singles
DivorcedBooks for Divorced Singles
Donate
EngagedBooks for Engaged Singles
For LeadersBook Recommendations for Leaders to Singles
Group Study
Ministry Review
Same-Sex AttractionBooks for Same-Sex Attraction
Single ParentsBooks for Single Parents
SinglesBooks for Singles
Speaking
WidowsBooks for Widows

Table for One Ministries is a tax-exempt 501(C)(3) (Non-Profit) and all gifts received are tax-deductible.  We have complete transparency with our supporters, and will disclose any financial statements as requested. This ministry will be held to the highest standards for non-profits and will include volunteers, a board of directors, and financial accountability.

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