Adult christian singles dating
Some singles desire a “singles only” group; others do not.
In an ideal situation, they would have both options.
The church urges these ministry groups to attempt to meet the needs of the members of their group before going to the resources of the church.
When this paper was first written, there were no singles-only groups available and singles were mostly getting put into groups at random.
Single adults, however, have different needs than married people.
Married couples with children, to some extent, have their spiritual path marked out for them.
One of their major spiritual goals is to raise their children in a Godly way; God laid that path out for them.
The wide range of needs and desires of singles fall mainly into four general areas: spiritual (their walk with God), physical (life’s daily needs and challenges), emotional (depending on their reasons for being single) and social (fellowship in the body of Christ).
The organizational structure of the church cannot possibly meet all those needs and it should not even attempt to.