Evelyn Lozada rose to fame as a cast member of "Basketball Wives," but the recently divorced reality star said she is looking to God to provide her next husband.
Lozada,37, has been vocal about her growing Christian faith recently and made headlines after ex-husband Chad Johnson physically assaulted her last August one month after they were married.
Still, the reality television star recently opened up to Celebuzz about her desires to let God choose her next husband.
"I still want to be a mother, I still want to have other children, I still want to get married and have a family," Lozada told Celebuzz recently. "Only this time, instead of me choosing, I'm going to allow God to choose whomever for me."
The reality star and author spoke about what she is looking for in her future husband.
"I just want a good guy. A family man who wants kids," Lozada told Celebuzz.. "I don't want five kids, but one or twins would be great."
Still, Lozada admitted that it may be too soon to think about marriage seven months after marrying him.
"I'm starting to get to a place where I entertain the idea," Lozada told Celebuzz. "I still think it's too soon, but I'm open to it."
The "Basketball Wives" star did not seem to be upset that she was without a husband on Valentine's Day, and tweeted about having God's clarity.
"Happy Valentines Day My Loves. Self-love is the most important type of love and it feels soo good," Lozada tweeted. "It's better to be single than in the wrong relationship. Thank God for clarity."
The reality star spoke about healing from her broken relationship with Johnson on her personal blog last year.
"This is a normal and realistic process for anyone and I don't know what the future holds for me, but I know God holds it and I'm taking things one day at a time. I appreciate the love from so many of you and right now I'm still working on becoming a better person," Lozada said on her personal blog. "Chad and I are attending therapy separately, meeting with a Life Coach and trying to figure out how to work on our individual selves and navigate through this entire ordeal."