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Since research shows that 30 percent of unmarried Americans attend church in a given week, we asked three church leaders for their insights into this group. As you will see, their thoughts are surprising and provocative. We welcome your insights in our ongoing discussion of this topic. http://LeadershipJournal.net/go/talkback/.

Rubbing Out the Singles Pastor

Why we do ministry mob-style.
by Chris Seay

Singular Hope

Don't tell the unmarried to "be content." Here's a better response.
by Kimberly Hartke

What to Say about Sex

"Just don't do it" is not the whole story.
by Harold Ivan Smith

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