We are here to bring hope, fellowship, encouragement, motivation, personal and spiritual growth, and new friendships to Unmarried Singles, Widowed,Divorced and Separated Singles.
The 2009 Kenya Population and Housing Census reflected the huge attack the family has come under.
In Nairobi alone, 12 years ago, there were 92,726 Singles, with 30% of these being Single parents.
Between now and then, you can take a guess as to how the numbers have more or less doubled, espepcially looking at the numbers of single parented families.
We call ourselves SELAH SINGLES 25+ because this is where we gather to pause and consider what God may be saying even when we don’t fully understand.
Selah Singles gives us an opportunity to take a moment away from this crazy, busy, non-stop life we all tend to live and consider the immense mysteries and wonders of God and the purposes He Has For Us as Singles.
WHAT WE DO
We simply and effectively connect you with other single Christians across Kenya, in a way that encourages and helps you build new, friendships, reach out to communities and bring in those people who do not know the Lord, we reach out to them, bringing them into the Kingdom.
As Paul says in Colossians 2:2-3 ” My goal is that they may be encouraged in heart and united in love, so that they may have the full riches of complete understanding, in order that they may know the mystery of God, namely, Christ, in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge.
Thrive in your time of Singleness
To be single in this day and age where you are expected to live in a couple’s world as a Christain calls for being different which is very challenging. And it is difficult to be different – but YES you can be happy and thrive fully as a Single.
For most of us, being single we’re left wondering exactly what is God doing with our lives? Why doesn’t He give us what we want? Does He really love us? Why has He blessed most of our friends with the very thing we want? Why has He left us out?
Many Christian Singles face a lot of emotional struggles. They’re lonely. Sometimes they’re jealous. They feel abandoned. They aren’t content, and it seems impossible that they ever could be. Even though there are good days getting involved in their church activities and go to Bible studies, these difficult emotions continue to lurk in the corners and sometimes take over.
Some singles take it harder than others. Many of us are an emotional mess. And we think it’s impossible to feel any differently about being single — to lose the depression, the loneliness, the longing.
As a single person, I needed to understand why God put me here. So after much listening, talking to, and reading the Bible, here’s what I learned.
Books to Help you in your Journey