There was a time when men and women entered into marriage at a relatively young age. In their late teens. In their twenties. Perhaps as late as their thirties. This was not across the board, and some married later in life. In recent decades, we’ve experienced a shift, and now being married by the time you’re in your thirties is considered “young,” while many people find themselves still wondering if God has a husband or wife for them well into their forties and fifties. Does the latter group include you? Have you become discouraged, or asked if you missed your vocational calling, or even given up altogether, believing that you’re going to spend the rest of your life “alone?” If so, let’s have a fruitful conversation about this. Call us at, 1-833-288-3986.