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New Season: Navigating Singleness in Church Culture

This podcast series is going to break the mold. It’s not weepy. It’s not depressing. It’s full of joy, hope, contentment and laughter. Singleness can be all those things and that is what we are here to talk about in this new series. This series is specifically created for single women.

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Sherri Lynn:

Hey there. I’m Sherry Lynn, host of the podcast Snacks and Good Company. Season two is coming up and we’re tackling a very scary topic, being single in the church.

Speaker 2:

At church. When you reach a certain age, it’s no longer that God will ding you the right person, or he’s just waiting for you. No, it’s let me pray for you. That’s what I’ve gotten.

Speaker 3:

Man. There are lonely married people, y’all. I mean, it is like loneliness is not equated to singleness. It is equated to lack of relationship and lack of connection, and in the body of Christ, we should go after that whatever season we are in relationally,

Speaker 4:

I would say I used to be even more discontent and definitely thinking that there was something wrong with me. I’m in this unique situation where I have never dated either, and so there’s just that sense of “What is wrong with me? Why am I different?” Because it is something that I thought I wanted

Speaker 5:

With Jesus, He redefined who our ultimate family is. Where we ultimately belong. My ultimate belonging is in the family of God.

Sherri Lynn:

It’s raw, it’s real, and you know what? It’s actually joyful. Let me ask this, y’all. Is it the Hallmark movies? It’s Hallmark jamming you up, ain’t it? Oh, Satan is so slick, so slick with the Hallmark. That’s the devil. I knew it was him. That’s why I won’t let him in. I won’t let… Talking about singleness in a raw, real, and joyful way. If you think that can’t be done, watch us Snacks and Good Company. Go subscribe right now so you don’t miss an episode. It’s going to be epic.

About Sherri:

Sherri Lynn has been a radio professional for well over a decade. She has her degree in Communications as well as Biblical Studies. Sherri is a writer, comedienne, and former youth pastor. She wrote and produced a comedy DVD entitled “The Very Funny Church Comedy Show: Together We Laugh”, wrote and starred in the stage play musical “The Bold and the Sanctified” which starred American Idol Winner Ruben Studdard, and authored the book “I Want To Punch You In The Face But I Love Jesus.” She is the producer of The Brant Hansen Show and “The Brant & Sherri Oddcast.”

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