Is online dating ok for christians
In other words, they applied 'Christian' as an adjective to the dating site itself, rather than to those who are intended to use it.Although there were not many comments in this area, respondents focused on two areas: Within a generally positive view (which one would expect given the survey sample), eight had expectations that a Christian dating sites might filter out some members, for example those that lie and separated or divorced (3 people).Difficult though, because those who need to hear it won't listen!''Have prayed and waited and trusted God for years – my hopes and dreams and trust (and heart) are nearly broken – but not my faith – so maybe God helps those who help themselves – here’s to Christian Connection.''Just signed up to Christian Connection – it’s been really helpful to my friends, and because they are Godly, I don't feel like I'm striving, whereas a while back I'd have felt like I was taking things into my own hands rather than letting God do it.''I positively promote it, it seems far more effective than any other method, two of my friends are now married as a result, praise God.
how it feels to be single, how to support singles, stupid things not to say, etc.I think people on the Christian sites are not serious in their search for a marriage partner, they seem to be more interested in using the site to widen their group of friends and acquaintances.I no longer use the site but look at the discussion boards.I contacted the website, no response to any of my concerns.''I have but I find that there is very little difference between the type of man you meet on Christian [or] non-Christian sites.I had hoped that men on Christian sites would be more considerate etc but that is clearly not the case.' Making a direct comparison with other sites, eight said that they thought a Christian dating site was essentially the same as one without that label.