Victory in Singleness: A Strategy for Emotional Peace

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Moody Publishers, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 206 pages
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An astounding sixty-two percent of African-American women are single! Often these women are saddled with envy, discouragement, and bitterness. Valerie and Jerome Clayton have written Victory in Singleness to help African-American singles find viable solutions to their real-life hurt so they can become all God has called them to be. Readers will find hope and learn how to develop a strategy for emotional peace by ridding themselves of the baggage weighing them down.
 

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Clayton serves with her husband in the counseling ministry of Faithful Central Bible Church, Inglewood, California, as a pre-marital counselor and teacher. She has over seventeen years of lay-counseling experience with churches and singles ministries.

Clayton serves with his wife in the counseling ministry of Faithful Central Bible Church, Inglewood, California, as a pre-marital counselor and teacher. He is a pre-licensed Christian psychotherapist and medical social worker with more than fourteen years of experience in individual and group counseling, and crisis intervention.

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