I was in charge of outreach and small group ministries at my church.I was helping reach the lost and discipling the found. But then some single adults in the church tried to upset my world.Here’s how it went down: A couple of singles came to my office one afternoon with a deliberate request in mind: “Brian, we would like you to lead the singles ministry.” I gave them my “I feel your pain” look and said, “I wish I could” (yes, a big fat lie), “but I’m too busy with all my other responsibilities.” But they persisted. I went into singles ministry with these same thoughts.A few weeks later they asked again, and I made the mistake pastors never want to make. The moment they happily skipped out of my office, my head hit the desk. I had even told God that, which, if you don’t know, usually destines you for a career in that very field. But a couple of weeks into it, my attitude really began to change.When I thought of singles ministry, the thoughts weren’t happy ones. What comes to your mind when you hear “Singles Ministry”? The transformation grew out of a dream: I was looking over a huge wheat field.
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An owl in a nearby tree awoke and in a low voice said, “Who-oo!” Startled by the sound, the woman looked up and said, “Just anybody, Lord! But, if God wants you to be married, He doesn’t want you married to just anybody.We all know that the bottom line is that Christians must only marry Christians. What should be your motives if you’re seeking a mate?But beyond that, how do you know whom God wants you to marry? How can you know God’s will on this important decision?