Some of God’s greatest servants like Joseph Smith and even Jesus Christ found themselves alone. And they ultimately triumphed.
Are you a single member of the Church or know someone who is? Then this book is for you! Packed with beautiful insights from a variety of trusted voices: Susan Easton Black, George Durrant, Michael Wilcox, Al Fox Carraway and many more.
Endorsements for Finding Myself Alone:
“Given that a large (and growing) percentage of the population of our Church membership is single, it becomes crucial for those who are not single to seek for a better understanding of what our brothers and sisters in a non-traditional family situation feel, and then for us to reflect carefully and compassionately on how we may best serve and learn from one another. As the Lord said, “The body [of Christ] hath need of every member, that all may be edified together” (D&C 84:110). —Robert L. Millet, Professor Emeritus of Religious Education, BYU.
“This book is filled with real-world stories and my heart is filled with admiration for those who shared them so honestly. Scripture tells us it isn’t good to be alone (Abraham 5:14), but it happens and these authors are proof that, with the Lord’s help, it is possible to survive—and thrive. Some have married again. Some haven’t. Some never have, but they all are learning from the past and not letting it hold their futures hostage. I felt their losses, but more important, I felt their faith. In every personal experience, poem, and quote, faith provided perspective and peace.” —Brad Wilcox, BYU Professor and author of The Continuous Atonement
Compiled and edited by Michael Agrelius and Taylor Halverson.