Typically seen as two silos of Christian discipleship, we are bringing marriage and evangelism together to see how they inform and strengthen one another. Marriage and singleness fit into the larger purposes of God’s glory, and our homes should be outposts for outreach. In our church, we should not have one pulpit that preaches the gospel once a week. Instead, we should have as many pulpits as we do homes. And because marriage uniquely pictures the gospel, we should have as many parables of Christ and his church as we do marriages. Singles too, in their undistracted devotion to Christ, display the all-satisfying goodness of God.