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The Voice of the Black Community
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Free Christian Singles Seminar
Meetings
Date: October 12, 2013
Time: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Location: Show map
The Venue @ 1801
1801 N. Tryon St. Suite 609
Charlotte

Contact: Christ Assembly Church
Phone: 980 224-0573
Email: church@christassemblychurch.org

The Curse of Singleness: Living in a Married World (10-11 am). This session will deal with the notion that singleness is a curse. This sessionís goal is to give attendees a more redemptive view of singlehood. Donít waste the joy you could now be enjoying by only looking for joy when you get married.

Dating and the Single (11 am-12 pm). This sessions will discuss principles on dating. Special attention will be given to single parents wanting to date and the wisdom needed in deciding to begin dating.

LUNCH PROVIDED 12-1pm

Sex & Single: How to Say No When Your Body Says Yes (1-2 pm) - The "s" word. This session's goal is explain a biblical view of sex, answer some tough questions about sex, and equip attendees with wisdom to avoid temptation.

Finding the one (2-3 pm) - This session is a discussion of the will of God and finding a spouse. How do you know that you have found the one?  An alternative view to the star-crossed lovers will be given, that will make answering this question easier.

RSVP
c1seminar.eventbrite.com or call (980) 224-0573 to register over the phone.
This seminar is free but requires RSVP. Respond by 9/28/13 and receive a free t-shirt. You may RSVP until 10/8/13.




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