The peer pressure of being in some sort of relationship can be grueling and painful. The sheer loneliness of it all can be overwhelming at times. Many single women go for days, weeks, months, even years without one point of human contact other than a hug from a caring friend. Others have suffered abuse and rejection all their lives. They feel lost and unworthy of a good man's love. In “Date, Pray, Wait,” true stories will inspire you to find peace in your own search for real love. Besides sharing the ups and downs of her dating experiences, Londa Hayden offers insights and methods that worked for her. This book will encourage women to seek God first and wait for His best for them.
- Learn about your royal heritage and how valuable you truly are to God.
- Feel more assured and confident that God does indeed have a plan for you.
- Know what steps to take in order to prepare for your soul mate.
- Embrace your singleness as a gift that allows you to develop a deeper walk with God.
- Learn accountability strategies to help you set standards and keep them.
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