Clarence Shuler

Clarence Shuler is the President/CEO of BLR: Building Lasting Relationships. Clarence is a counselor, speaker, and author of several books, including Winning the Race to Unity: Is Racial Reconciliation Really Working?, Keeping Your Wife Your Best Friend and Single and Free to Be Me. He and his wife, Brenda, live in Colorado Springs and have three adult daughters. For more information, visit clarenceshuler.com.

Complete In Your Singleness

Complete in Your Singleness

If you’re single, that doesn’t mean you’re incomplete. You can be whole in Christ. Clarence Shuler coaches singles to speak up and let your needs be known for the benefit of your local church.

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So What’s Wrong With…

Inevitably our kids will step in pot holes along the way to maturity, and Gary Chapman and Clarence Shuler want to help. Together these authors talk honestly to young teens about the challenges they’ll face in adolescence.

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Take Our Advice – Stay in School

Gary Chapman and Clarence Shuler talk about teaching young men to seek knowledge through education, learning from adults, and other wise steps. They discuss some of the biggest challenges teens face.

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Wise Decisions Brave Men Make

Gary Chapman and Clarence Shuler tell about the unique mentoring relationship they began when Shuler was a teen. Together they talk about the eleven wise decisions young men must make to live a great life.

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Finding “The One”

Clarence Shuler talks about his courtship with his wife. Clarence encourages singles to enter a relationship with eyes open and hearts guarded until they know for sure that they’ve found the one.

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Contented Singleness

Are you intoxicated with romance? Clarence Shuler admits that he was too, at one time. But as relationship after relationship took a nosedive, Clarence wondered if he’d ever get married.

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My Battle With Porn

My Battle with Porn

Clarence Shuler talks about his past struggles with pornography. He explains that it wasn’t until he confessed his addiction to others that he found deliverance from this enslaving habit.

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