Are We Missing the Mark with Singles?

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Book tackles important issues presently being ignored by Christians.

Three committed celibate Christian women are growing weary while waiting for their future husbands, they decide to journey on a quest to find their mate. Kim is 28 and a virgin. She has prayed to God to send her a husband just like her father. But will her pastor-father support her when she falls for a Christian womanizer? Karen is 42 and a divorcee. Her son's coach, a former NBA player, falls madly in love with her. Will she follow her heart, or listen to her ex, who is opposed to a white man rearing his son? Barbara is 47, never married, and has a 24-year-old daughter. She has a tall order for her desired mate; will she maintain her high standards when she falls for a younger man, who falls short of her criteria?

In Billie Jean King's At Last (paperback, 978-1-60477-336-1), readers will watch as the author tackles important issues presently being ignored by Christians at large, particularly with women. Issues that are directly associated with the downfall of the family within the body of Christ.

Says King, "Singles are still missing the mark; in spite of the vast amount of church attendance that takes place every Sunday; At Last will heighten awareness and invoke dialogue for lives to be changed. The lifestyle, commitment levels, relationships, [and] behaviors of the characters portrayed in At Last are consistent with my personal testimony of my life as a Christian. Being an unmarried woman, I bring hands-on experience [of how], after we submit our lives to God, he can keep us from succumbing to our lustful desires."

King, a reverse mortgage consultant for seniors from Castro Valley, California, decided it was high time for a change in the body of Christ.

Xulon Press, a part of Salem Communications Corporation, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 4,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order At Last through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors.


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