Single and Marrieds - Together in the Faith - Kathleen Lubeck [April 1987]
Whether single or married, most people want to be loved and accepted for who they are as human beings, but not categorized because of their marital status.
To My Single Friends - John K. Carmack [March 1989]
No one road map serves every Latter-day Saint. But basic principles can successfully guide each individual.
My Refuge in the Gospel - Name Withheld [December 1994]
One member learned being single doesn't mean you're broken needing to be fixed, but you do need Heavenly Father's help more than ever.
A Single Parent, But Not Alone - Sue Blunt [March 1996]
Our communication lines with the Lord must remain unbroken so that we can ask and receive the help we need to carry our burdens. Attitude is key to keeping a positive atmosphere in the home.
Let Us Be One - Jeanies McAllister [March 1996]
Being single and being married are both natural states, but if we are not careful, Satan can use our life situations to discourage or divide us.
Flying Solo - Kimberly Houston Sorenson [June 1996]
Faith, humility, and a new perspective allowed a single mother to recognize her blessings.
A Conversation with Single Adults - Gordon B. Hinckley [March 1997]
Uplifting counsel to serve and be grateful. The Lord will not fail us. Do the best you can and plead for the Lord's help. Then the day will come when you'll thank the Lord for your blessings.
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Brigham Young University