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I know because I hear from hundreds of single women who want the same thing, but the script isn't being written to their liking either.
One thing's for sure: I know I'm not alone.
Enter Eve, pro-creation, and marriage (not necessarily in that order). And the most intimate community on earth is the relationship you will have with your spouse. Disclaimer: If you are single (or if you’re married), steward your time well. “Sex before marriage is bad.” This was the extent of my understanding of Christian dating as a teenager and young adult. But understand purity begins with the mind and heart.
If you aren’t ready to date, don’t allow the cultural pressure to override God’s plan. I know too many men and women who refused to listen to people around them, and their prideful arrogance resulted in a failed marriage. Find men and women you trust, and allow them to speak into your relationship.
She met my dad in college, stalked him at a few basketball games, went to a school banquet, and was engaged after several months.
After college I started working and never looked back. But it wasn't until my 30th birthday, when I sat on the couch with another piece of birthday cake and asked myself, "Um, what happened?
I say this with confidence, because traveling across the country to speak has allowed me the opportunity to meet some of the most amazing singles! So here’s my quick list of the top 10 places to meet Christian singles (in no particular order).Without a Christian spouse, one of two things will happen: you will drift away from God or your spouse will become a functional god (more on this later). There is another dangerous mentality in Christian circles I want to address…”flirting to convert.” Look…Christians are called to be missionaries. The dating world, however, is not the place to be a missionary. While I’m no matchmaker (actually, who am I kidding, I totally am!!
I’ve matched up a few happily married couples so far in my circle of friends, and I’m ready to take on whoever wants to be next!
I think the problem we face isn’t that our churches don’t have enough singles, it’s that our singles don’t have enough of a clue (ouch, I said it!!!! But I don’t blame them, because we’ve been sort of brain-washed into avoiding dating and staying in the friends-for-life-grey-zone for far too long. So why not take a chance this weekend and ask someone out for coffee? Most churches have plenty of groups of different topics, interests, age groups and locations.