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is an all Christian, exclusively “single” site dedicated to helping Christians of all denominations find lasting love and happiness.

We strive to bring quality, wholesome. “officially” single believers together in our online platform.

We only accept profiles from professing Christians who are single and who love the Lord Jesus.

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Mr. Right, Mrs. Right|How to find a compatible partner

Part 2.

What do you want in a mate? Who do you want to spend the rest of your life with? Someone in love with Jesus? Someone in love with you? Someone who is really really in love with themself?

Being friends first is great, because it gives you a chance to find out someone’s core values. Their spending habits. Their work ethic. How selfish/selfless they are.

When problems emerge during the friendship stage, you can know for certain, those issues will exist in a marriage.

Is there any topic that is taboo between you and your friend? Can you freely discuss common topics like disciplining children, saving money, acceptable amounts of t.v. Time?

The biggest problem I see with couples is that they get serious with someone who has serious problems.

I do realize that no human is error free. The important thing is…does your friend understand what disturbs you about them? Or even what sort of concerns you? Does what concerns you concern them? Or are they indifferent?

If you never reach a point of being able to talk freely with one another, on a multitude of vital issues, then these things will not be resolved and decided should you get married.

The biggest problem with most relationships is communication. So if you can’t discuss these things now, while you are deeply “in like”, then how will your relationship whether the long term storms of life? Naturally, it’s not advisable to launch into a “talk” on all these things right away.
But before you date with the intent of marrying someone, you need to know how they feel. About many many things.
Bear in mind, however. Not every “friend” is necessarily interested in taking it to the next level.

How to Find a Compatible Parnter

How to find a compatible partner, part 1

First, let me make one thing clear. Here. I don’t mean a sleeping partner, a roommate, or even a friend. Or even a really special friend. What I’m talking about is meeting someone whom you plan to spend your life with.
We’re all Christians here, and committed to living lives of chastity and morally purity.
So step one is: Make sure your potential mate shares your values on abstinence.
Abstinence just means, you don’t behave in anyway that would cause you shame, should your affection session be broadcast on the bigscreen in the church rec-room.

Yes, couples kiss. But when kissing turns into a juicy make out session, the hormones flow, and affection turns to lust.

Lust is great for married people. It has no place in your life if you aren’t married.
Another tip. Don’t get horizontal. When you lie down on a sofa, floor, or even a public lawn, you run the risk of getting some way too friendly- fire going.

I fully realize I sound like the dating patrol here. Why? Oh my. Oh my. If you only knew my weaknesses.

Christians are sexual creaturs (it’s really true), and as such, they need to guard against feelin,,,you know….all that sHaWangggggggg!!! when dating.

This is a topic no one ever ever discussed with me when I was a Christian.
What exactly, I wondered, are the rules. It would have been so easy if someone could have simplified it. Only holding hands? No french kissing? Passionate kissing for two minutes or less?
Obviously, petting in the wrong places was out.
What noone ever told me was, even innocent acts like kissing can lead to inappropriate behavior, if one becomes “stirred” (do you get it?)

So let me make it easy for you. When you start feeling that feeling. That sense of “man, I wish there were no restraints here, i really dig you”… well, that kind of passion is

dangerous.

Do you stop feeling? No. Stop seeing them? Get married?

The Bible does say, it’s better to marry than to burn. I think it’s obvious, you really can burn for the wrong person. That’s why it’s so important to know someone’s character before you date.

Sometimes, it is possible to do everything right, to just intend on being friends, and things flare out of control. You think about them all the time, and the thoughts just aren’t so righteous.

Is it love? Lust? Your “soul mate” calling? Only time may tell, but in the meantime, please consider the following.

A. Double dating. Now, this is all that some people should ever do. If you have a history of getting in trouble, or being inappropriate, or if things have gotten a little steamy between you two, then by all means, find some like-minded believers, and date together. (provided the other couple has the same goal of chastity as you and yours)

B. Always have a chaperon. I recommend an adult chaperon, not a kid. It’s too tempting when the feeling of love starts, to send junior off three blocks away to fetch a ball. Lust is deceitful. You need a mature adult around to keep you accountable.

I feel so strongly right now, most of you are resisting this advice. Please learn from me. It only takes a spark to make a baby, and be bound to Mr. Wrong.
Or Mrs. Wrong.

The Bible actually says to flee fornication.

Andy Stanley says, once you pass one stage, like holding hands to kissing, it’s impossible to go back to just holding hands.

The Bible talks about God giving us a way of escape. I think the way of escape happens before you get to the trap. Maybe God is warning you right now to think ahead and be careful.

Finally, ask our Heavenly Father to help you. Do your part, take precautions, and ask God to lead you to the right person.

Cause waiting is just no fun.

How to find a Church Home

How to find a good church

A wise man once said, “before you can get to where you are going, you need to know where you are going.”
Deep, I know.
What is a good church, really? Is it the music, the people, the vibe, the Pastor, the (gasp) doctrine?
What are the really important things that make a church good?
Different things will be important to different people.
Are there certain core elements that should always be present at church?
Should the Bible always be taught out of?
Should salvation always be emphasized?
How about altar calls?

Before you even head out to find a church, you need to identify what is the most important thing to insist on.
If a church has great music, and the pastor is dynamic, but you know that they have a core doctrine with problems, then is it really a good idea to visit, bond, and get hooked?
Knowing the core doctrines of a church before you go can solve a lot of these problems.
That’s why, going to a church that claims a denomination can cut through the clutter of doctrinal fuzziness.
Before you go to any church that calls itself non-denominational, or inter-denominational, it’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with their beliefs.
Some very weird doctrines are out there.
If you feel led to visit a church, then launch out and give it a try. If you feel comfortable there, don’t be afraid to inquire as to what they actually believe. Many churches have brochures right in the lobby which contain their statement of faith. If you don’t see it, ask. And read it. If it doesn’t identify your main doctrinal concern, ask the Pastor directly. And really, if you aren’t comfortable approaching the Pastor, then you need to move on.

Should Christians go to Church?

Every since I can remember, I have heard the following statement made over and over by Christians and non-Christians.
“God doesn’t care whether I go to church or not”.
For the non-Christian, this statement was always prefaced with. “The world is my church. Nature is my sanctuary.”

For the “Christian”, it was always followed by “Church-going is a legalism. God only cares about my heart.”

I am concerned about this mind-set and would like to discuss it.

Yes, it is true that some people who go to Church are hypocrites.
Yes, it is true. If you read your Bible, and pray, you can hear from God. At home. Like a lone ranger.
And, also, it is entirely possible, if you attend a place of worship filled with non-committed, backbiting, hateful people, you can avoid all associated emotional pain and hurt, by staying at home.

Amazingly, some of these scholarly types who claim to learn so much on their own, have never read the verse about not forsaking the assembling of yourselves together as believers.
And while, if pressed, they will admit they don’t really go to church anymore, most of them will make reference to some church, as their home church, if asked by another interested Christian “so where do you go to church”.
That’s because, most Christian deep down know that there really is no good reason they can’t find a great church in our free, Christian nation.

It does require effort. You have to get up and stop making excuses, before 11 a.m. on the weekends. You have to focus, and ask yourself, hmmmm. What assembly sounds like a good one to take a chance on today.
If you are out of practice, and don’t have a routine established, you’ll need to iron clothes, scrub your kids, get directions and do any of a dozen things ahead of time. Things that might not be convenient. Oh, and did I mention. Kids. As in maybe you have several. And they need breakfast. And it’s 10:30. Maybe you are running late.
Or the baby spits up. ON you. Three sunday mornings in a row.
Don’t you think for one minute Satan’s not going to throw every curve ball he can at you.
It will take time to get it all together.
(You know you need to go.)
Be patient with yourself.
Pick a casually dressed assembly if you don’t have dress clothes. Oh my goodness, there are so many choices.
Do you really have a reason? Not a good one.
Let’s all go to church this week.

Online Christian Single Dating

How to look for a believer

When you are looking for another Christian to date, it’s important to make sure that you have found a true believer. In this age where the term “Christian” is used all over, it’s important to make sure that before you date someone, you both have the same concept of what it means to be a Christian.

How to look for a “believing” believer.

All believers are created equal, but not all professing Christians live their faith. After you establish that your potential “date-to-be” is a Christian, dig a little deeper to find how seriously they take their faith. Here are some questions to get you started.

1.Church attendance

In this era of “easy believism”, it’s important to start with the very basics. Ask your new contact what church they attend. Almost all will give some name, of some church. But then, go a step further and politely ask how they liked the last service they attended. “Oh yea, that was last Sunday then?” You don’t need to be mean or accusatory, if you think they are a church slacker. (not a term some christians are comfortable with). If YOU aren’t comfortable with the term, read my latest article: “Why going to church is important”.

2. Living the Christian life.

While identifying a church-goer is easy enough, finding out the character of your connection may not be. The truth is, it takes time to know what someone is really like, let alone what their convictions are. Yet, to really meet that perfect (or excellent) someone, you need to find out how seriously they take Christianity. Over time, you will need to find out what kind of books, music, and entertainment they like. Okay, those things won’t take too long to learn. But what about attitudes; mindsets; really practicing the golden rule, and appreciating children. Listening skills. Patience. The truth is, you can’t possible know all of these vital things right off the bat. And yet, once you are “serious” about someone, it is so easy to overlook their lack of seriousness toward spiritual things. Perhaps that’s why many of our members opt to be “Just friends for now”.

3. Devotional life.

Now, this is where a lot of readers get squirmy. See, ALL of us have dry times in our devotional life. Reading the Bible, quiet time with God, our personal prayer life. Hey, in this busy world do you know anyone, anywhere who can honestly say they have arrived?
In real everyday life, it is hard to always set in motion these most basic spiritual disciplines.
So then. What does this mean? Are the majority doomed to give up dating till they “get it together”? NO. But it does help to begin practicing these things, and admitting you need a prayer partner. Or a Bible study buddy. Really, praying together is probably the best way to form a close, healthy relationship with anyone.
Hoping to find some serious friend(s) online? Committed Christians are waiting to connect with you. Why wait?There’s no better place and no better time than right here, right now.

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