Single Women Are Neither Unloved Nor Forgotten
Truth, Lies, and the Single Woman: Dispelling 10 Common Myths (Beacon Hill Press, 2014) combats the lies that destroy the joy and confidence of unmarried women.
“Because no one has chosen me, I’m not valuable.”
“Why am I still single? There must be something wrong with me.”
“I’m not beautiful.”
“God has forgotten about me.”
“My past can’t be forgiven.”
You’ll gain practical steps to accept and believe God’s truth. You’ll learn why the question, “Who am I?” is best answered by asking, “Who is God?” Through Scripture, advice from other women, and even a survey of single men, you will be challenged to reject lies, embrace your value, and gain a deeper understanding of the character of God.
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Truth, Lies, and the Single Woman equips women to fight the daily battle of renouncing lies and believing truth. As someone who faced these same lies, I learned that only God can satisfy my longings and bring me peace. My desire through my writing is to share truth with single women in a practical, application-based way. —Allison K. Flexer
What Others are Saying
“Beautifully written with warmth and transparency, this important book effectively dispels the lies that often blindside single women. Allison K. Flexer seamlessly blends her tender stories with fresh insights from timeless biblical accounts. You may laugh, you may cry, but I guarantee you will highly benefit from the wisdom of one who has been there.”
—Judy Gordon Morrow, author of The Listening Heart
“Here’s a book I wish I’d read when I was single and then single again after a divorce. Allison K. Flexer gets right to the heart of the problem many unmarried women face—believing lies about themselves that can only be overcome with the truths from God’s Word.”
—Karen O’Connor, author of In Step with Your Stepchildren,
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