The apostle Paul writes in 2 Corinthians : "Do not be yoked together with unbelievers." We believe that this warning also applies to marriage, and that it's better for Christians not to marry non-believers.
However, many Christians can't find their soul mate in church, and many singles are simply too busy to maintain an active social life.
However, who other than our Creator knows best how we can flourish and fully achieve our purpose?
The Bible teaches us that God wants the best for us: "For I know the plans I have for you — declares the LORD.
Plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." Through Jesus we may even call him 'Abba Father'.
Expectations can be scuppered or they can be raised.
No two relationships are the same and all relationships are fraught with different issues.
So go ahead, take a look around and create your profile now!
As a Christian dating site we believe that marriage is a sacred covenant between man and woman, ordained by God as part of His divine plan for each of us. God says in Genesis : "It isn't good for man to be alone; I will make a companion for him, a helper suited to his needs." God himself brings people together according to his timetable.
This is why we want to help unmarried Christians to meet other Christian singles — for a serious relationship, but also for fellowship and spiritual growth.
Jesus spoke about marriage in Mark 10:9: "Therefore what God has joined together, let no one separate." It shows how much God values marriage.
Along with these benefits, online dating does raise new dangers: a creep—a violent one, even—may be lurking behind the next click; the process over-represents certain features of a person (facial appearance, for starters); and it requires an investment of funds that perhaps could be better spent elsewhere. These archaic behaviors suited the olden days, but some of them seemed novel even to the generation before mine.
It also reduces the need to choose between meaningful in a region where pickings are slim, and work that may be further from one's calling in a more populated area.