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The growing number of single women in our world today have more freedoms and opportunities than this demographic ever has experienced.But that doesn't mean they aren't occasionally hounded by struggles—or haunted by tough questions. And what are they supposed to do with occasional lonely feelings—year after year?
What do I do if because he hasn't given me a spouse?
A while ago the Lord began to deal with me about my own anger toward him over my singleness.
Frustration had been building inside me, and I wanted to blame God.
After all, in his sovereignty, this was what he'd chosen, or allowed, for me—and I didn't like it.
I knew I had to admit to my anger, but I was afraid to do so.
I thought, But then one day several things in my life went wrong in rapid succession, and I blew up.As I drove to a church seminar, of all things, I started to yell at God.Between my angry words, I apologized, "I'm sorry I feel this way.You have every right to strike me with a bolt of lightning. I've wanted to try it out for awhile now, and I finally went for it last week.I wanted to use a smaller "test" group before trying this with a class of 35 eighth graders, so I tried it with our resource reading classes first.These classes are designed for struggling readers and generally have fewer than ten students. I had the best results with the eighth grade class, who better understood all my dating jokes ("sometimes you have to kiss some frogs", "sometimes you have to throw that fish back in", "if at first you don't succeed", etc.).Because of the nature of the class, the students do not tend to be readers, nor are they generally intrinsically-motivated to read. They really enjoyed this lesson, and my eighth grade library assistants, who saw the speed dating as they worked in the library, all asked me to do this with their classes, too. For the reading resource classes, I chose high-interest genres such as horror, humor, manga, nonfiction, survival, romance, sports, and realistic fiction. For my classes, I added a second nonfiction table since it was full every time.So here is what I did: : Decide how you want the tables set up. I put 10-15 books on each table to represent that genre. I also set up a Power Point with the directions for the minutes. As they came in, they noticed the signs and books, and I could already tell they were picking their genres, even though I hadn't said a word about what we were doing. The romance section was particularly popular, even with the boys, so I added some "non-pink" romances to that table for the boys.I just told them to sit anywhere and that we would be moving soon enough. I am excited to add a fun twist for when I do this lesson again.I went through the Power Point slides, introducing speed dating and how it relates to our book speed dating activity. After all the "dating" has finished, each student will choose a playing card from the middle of the tables.