Single: Complete and Fully Free CD Series

Single: Complete and Fully Free CD Series

Complete Series
$60.00
The Freedom Found In Singlehood
$10.00
Becoming A Kingdom Single
$10.00
Overcoming Struggles As A Single
$10.00
Fasting for A Mate
$10.00
Working for the Lord
$10.00
Sanctified Sex
$10.00
Throwing A Red Flag Out On God
$10.00
Contentment As A Single
$10.00

Series Description: In the Christian church today, much emphasis is placed on the value of marriage and in getting married. This places a burden on the shoulders of single Christians, who might be left feeling like second-class citizens in God’s kingdom. But the Bible has a largely different message about the value of singlehood. In this seven-part series by Tony Evans, being a single person sold out for God affords you the opportunity to serve Him in a unique way, undistracted by the matters of family. As such, the question for singles shouldn’t be “How long do I have to wait until God finds me a mate,” but rather, “How can I be a successful single in the kingdom of God while I wait?” 

#1: Becoming a Kingdom Single (1 Corinthians 7:25-33) – Single Christians struggle today to identify their value in the kingdom of God. This happens in part because the church has placed a greater emphasis on the status of marriage over the status of singlehood. But according to Tony Evans, not only is being single of great worth in the eyes of God, in some ways, singlehood is even nobler than marriage. Listen as he describes the high calling of becoming a kingdom single.

#2: Keeping Sex Sacred (Exodus 20:14) – Sexual promiscuity has become the American drug of choice. It saturates our daily music and movie choices. Society has turned it from a sacred covenant into casual recreation. If you are a single Christian, you face unique challenges in the world as you strive to live in purity for God while trying to embrace a life of abstinence. Tony Evans explains that once you truly accept that you belong to God, only then can you begin to find deeper spiritual satisfaction beyond the desire for physical pleasure.

#3: Single and Satisfied (1 Corinthians 7:25-37) – So many single Christians today spend a lot of time looking for the right mate. This search often goes on for years, leading to frustration and disappointment. But Tony Evans points to the pages of the Bible, which reveal how true satisfaction comes not from trying to change your status but rather finding purpose in it. Discover the absolute contentment found in being a kingdom single.

#4: Fasting for a Mate (Genesis 24:32-49) – Like all believers, God calls single Christians to be content in whatever situation He has them in. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t pray for a spouse or even fast for one. According to Tony Evans, if your motives for wanting a spouse are holy and God-honoring, fasting and praying for God to bring you the right spouse can prove a worthwhile pursuit.

#5: Waiting on the Lord (1 Corinthians 7:24-28) – If you’re a Christian single today, you might find yourself in a holding pattern. In your heart, you want to serve God, but because of your desire to find the right mate, you can become frustrated waiting on God to come through for you in your desire for marriage. Using Paul’s letter to the Corinthians, Tony Evans demonstrates the benefits that come from actively waiting on God’s timing by listing the many benefits of being a kingdom single.

#6: Working for the Lord (1 Corinthians 7:32-40) – One of the benefits of living out the great calling of singlehood for God is the freedom to focus the work of His kingdom undistracted with the burdens of family life. From the world’s perspective, a lack of marital companionship or romantic encounters is seen as something sad. But Tony Evans wants you to know that through good works, you have every reason to celebrate your higher calling.

#7: Wedded in the Lord (1 Corinthians 7:36-40) – It is true that God places the same value on singlehood as on marriage. But Tony Evans says that while you should be content in your status while you are single, it is also natural for you to want to be married and to pray to God for a godly partner. During this time, he warns of not falling into the temptation of thinking of yourself as a second-class citizen while you wait for your future spouse.