Christian dating network
It offers personality, religion, and preference matches. Going online requires you to fork over a bunch of personal information. Online dating gives the users the chance to put their best foot forward and keep the ugly in the back.
Online dating sites are well known for matching guys and girls up according to personality, religion, and preferences, etc. (That’s how they make the matches.) I’ve read in several places that many online dating sites aren’t totally secure, making it somewhat easy for hackers to get into your account and access your info. It can be difficult to know the true beliefs, convictions, and character of the guys you meet. God is working in your life and giving you opportunities to grow and become more like Jesus. Think through the possible work God might have for you to do in this season of singleness before getting online.
We are an active singles ministry that reaches singles in CT, NY & NJ.
We meet in different locations reaching out to singles.
With dating sites becoming the norm, I think we should do ourselves a favor and dig into the topic of online dating (especially as we head into this month typically focused on romantic love). Tackling the topic of online dating is a little intimidating for me.
I have several really close friends that I greatly admire who stand on opposite sides of the spectrum on this issue.
Don’t underestimate His sovereign control over your love life.
No longer are you just limited to the tiny pool of people you personally know, but you now have access to people all over the country and sometimes even the world.Let me start by sharing my personal online dating “status” with you. I want to trust wholeheartedly that God will guide me in the direction He wants me to go through His Word and the wise people around me.I don’t want to try and take control or make something happen on my own. However, I don’t see anything in the Bible forbidding online dating. When it comes to online dating, you have to weigh your own pros and cons with the Bible as your guide.If you’ve ever thought about using online dating, I highly encourage you to think, pray, and weigh the pros and cons before ever getting online.Don’t do it blindly or in a hurry because your friends encourage you to do it. If you’re motivated to start clicking because you’re wrestling with fear you will never get married, I’d encourage you to wait. It can help differentiate the intentional from the non-intentional.