Sassy, Single, and Satisfied: Secrets to Loving the Life You're Living

Michelle McKinney Hammond

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Sassy, Single, and Satisfied: Secrets to Loving the Life You're Living

Sassy Single and Satisfied Secrets to Loving the Life You re Living Bestselling author Michelle McKinney Hammond encourages singles to use their unique opportunities to be gifts to the world Always upbeat always biblical Michelle reveals how to find joy now includi

  • Title: Sassy, Single, and Satisfied: Secrets to Loving the Life You're Living
  • Author: Michelle McKinney Hammond
  • ISBN: 9780736939812
  • Page: 111
  • Format: ebook
  • Bestselling author Michelle McKinney Hammond encourages singles to use their unique opportunities to be gifts to the world Always upbeat, always biblical, Michelle reveals how to find joy now, including getting fit spiritually and emotionally Lively stories reveal how to find contentment, prepare for mates, and revel in God s love.

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    1. Jennifer on said:

      This is the best Christian single book I read so far!!! Michelle is so funny and tell you all about Christian singleness for women in a gentle, creative, and direct way. I feel like she is my friend and sister in Christ after reading this book! :-) She explains why having God as the Lover of our Souls is enough while we are single.Each chapter is only about 2 pages with 65 chapters. I finished reading this in 3 days. Extremely creative chapters are "The Menu of Life," which explains life choices [...]

    2. Tolu Areje on said:

      Love this Great book, loved the fact that the Bible was used as a reference to start every chapter. This book is a great guide to being a Single, Sassy and Satisfied woman.

    3. Adedoyin Adesanya on said:

      Valuable LessonsShe placed emphasis on: Setting your priorities here• Having a good relationship with God: Learn how to personalize the word for yourself in order to get instruction from it. to be a happy person is to have contentment, thou we all have standards we want to attain or achieve in life, but all those that seem to have it all are still miserable, because after all is said and done, our relationship with God and the Trust we have in his promises are what truly sustains us. Through t [...]

    4. Brittany on said:

      I was quite reluctant to read this book. I didn't want to read a book that was going to make me more anxious about being single. I wanted to read a book that was going to encourage me to be content single, not settle, and focus on serving God. That's exactly what this book did. Her other titles were questionable to me, which is why I thought this was going to be a typical Christian dating book, but for some reason I felt compelled read it. I'm glad I did! The overall theme was to serve God and e [...]

    5. Lena Tumasyan on said:

      I got this book as a present from a friend. At first I wanted to turn it away because it's very religious but I decided to read it anyway, trying to keep and open mind. I disagreed with some of the religious stuff , and some of the points the author was making were very repetitive, but overall the book made some good points. She bascially said that you might not have someone in your life RIGHT NOW, but that's OKAY because you should work on improving yourself and the world around you and take fu [...]

    6. Kat on said:

      Wow I read this book in 2 days! After buying "What to do until love finds you" and hating it with a passion, I decided to give Hammond another try with this book by checking it out from the library. I was not sure at first because I did not like the title. It reminded me too much of the whole "independent woman, don't need no man, just fall in love with Jesus" stuff.But boy was I surprised. I loved this book! It could be read as a daily devotional. I honestly wanted to share so much with my sing [...]

    7. Patrice Tyler on said:

      The seems to be a single woman's movement going on about how the church has virtually ignored the single women. This "movement" is concerned that the single woman's need to have a husband is not being addressed by the church when historically, the (church) family helped single women fulfill this God-given position in her life.Ms. McKinney-Hammond, hit on one point I feel needs to be emphasized to all single women: Your primary relationship, above all others, is with God. No other relationship wi [...]

    8. Briana on said:

      As a college student it's so easy to get wrapped up in the wordly view that you need to be dating somebody & while I didn't subscribe to it, I wasn't truly embracing my singlehood either. I came across Sassy, Single & Satisfied when I was searching for an inspirational book for a friend and got it for myself. It's opened my eyes to so much & has definitely strengthened my walk both in Christ and in singleness. It gives readers a completely new perspective on singleness and all that i [...]

    9. Kerry on said:

      This was a book I read a while back when I was single. She's a Christian writer and I am not a Christian so I wasn't sure if I'd like it, but it was actually a really great read! A lot of what she said was really helpful and as silly as it may sound the book did make me feel sassy and satisfied! I didn't agree with 100% of what she wrote but what I did agree with made it definitely worth the read! I recommend this book to any single woman who is feeling discouraged, regardless of her religious b [...]

    10. Connie Laster on said:

      The author of this book finds away to encourage and uplift those who are living a single and separated life from the worlds way of living. This book has a way of helping you see that you can live a happy life and be satified at the same time. Really be content and live for God.She is an inspiration to all who reads this book.

    11. J. on said:

      This was an interesting read. I admire the author's approach and delivery. She definitely has a way with words. Several jewels were dropped in this book and I am happy to say that I grasped all of them.

    12. Tonya on said:

      This book changed my life. I'm not just being dramatic. It changed my whole outlook on being single. Single life is not and never has been a bad thing!! The key to truly enjoying this time trust the Big Man, and do your thing!

    13. Laura on said:

      I think maybe I am satisfied being single and I don't really put my life on hold waiting for my husband. So reading through this book kind of irritated me. I kept thinking it'd get better or more interesting, so I skimmed the last 1/3.

    14. Lisa on said:

      The title says it all! If your single by choice or waiting for the right one to come along you should Definitly read!

    15. Michelle Smith on said:

      I loved this book. It made me reflect on me and how to enjoy being single. It also reminded me that this is just a season in my life that will end.

    16. Paulia on said:

      "Know that you will never come out of a love exprience empty handed. There is always a priceless lesson or a life-changing exprience birthed in the exchange." Michelle Hammond

    17. Dee R on said:

      This was an inspirational book, which validated most of the things I already knew (but maybe wasn't practicing) and introduced some new biblical based concepts about single-dom.

    18. Shalonda Williams-McClendon on said:

      Great way to help build confidence and love of self!

    19. Patricia Tharpe on said:

      Spiritual focus regarding walking as a single female Christian. I enjoyed it and would recommend it to young and older single Christian.

    20. Carmel Westerman on said:

      Hmm, this book was good in some ways but a little bit over the top in others - especially when she discussed masturbation. That's when I stopped reading.

    21. Tracey Sanders on said:

      I am learning that I have to love the life that I am currently living in order to find what I have been looking for all my life.

    22. Amanda on said:

      Very uplifting, and a good basis if you are struggling while being single.

    23. Sisca Tuning on said:

      buku penuntun.nghiburbuat para wanita lajang yang nyaris hopelessmayan buat panduan aja.tapiii. ur self dahk perlu ngikutin saran mbak michelle 100%.yang penting still fun.

    24. Audrey on said:

      Now this is a book I wish I had memorized. It's one I go back to plenty of times. It's hilarious but it's also full of sound advice. I have lent this book out more than any of my others

    25. Tracy on said:

      I highly recommend this book. ALthough, it's targeted at single women, I saw somethings that would help married women and single men as well.

    26. Roberta on said:

      This book helped me to appreciate the gift of being single when that was what God wanted for me.

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