Pastor Jomo K. Johnson Advises Black Women To Stay Single

Pastor Jomo K. Johnson: Fifty-five percent of African-American women are not married.

Pastor Jomo K. Johnson: Two out of three of every African-American marriages have ended in divorce. If every eligible African-American woman right now got married, there would still be a four percent gap of women who couldn’t be married because there’s not enough black men.

Pastor Jomo K. Johnson: The Lord Jesus was single, and he was able to embrace his singleness and use it for the purpose of ministry. I also point to women in history who have given their lives in singleness and really thought to serve others. Singleness is something that the Bible really condones and promotes.

Call Tyrone: Why Black Women Should Remain Single Or… will be released by Philly Open Press June 1.



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