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We have been running Dating Sites since 1997 and one of the interesting phenomena we found is that on a normal (lets call them 'all faiths web sites') the propensity to lie or rather exaggerate is far higher than we have seen on less spiritual sites. Anyway, the great news is that on this site the majority of people are honest about how tall, handsome, heavy or what age they are.Honesty seems to come naturally with the realism that is not believing in fairies at the end of your garden.So relax and start chatting and e-mailing on (trustworthy) Christian dating sites. Our mission is to prayerfully match Christian singles according to God's universal plan.Our vision is to serve Christians from all churches and denominations. We don't judge based on your past, how involved you are in church. Green singles, Vegetarians, Vegans who care about global warming, animal testing, etc!You don't need to risk falling for a Christian, Muslim, Mormon or anyone else who believes in the fantasy of organised religion.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'.
Lately it seems that the current trends in dating have made finding spiritual love difficult; leaving people frustrated and disappointed rather than happy and in partnership.
Current trends in dating make it feel like a rat race filled with a plethora of tips and tricks for snagging a keeper that usually require each of us to come painfully close to (and sometimes over the edge of) compromising ourselves.
We may capture someone’s attention for all of a New York minute…yet it seems these tactics fail to produce a meaningful and lasting, spiritual connection.
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Many Christians are hesitant to write a personals ad, since they want to wait for God's guidance. After all, choosing your spouse is a choice for life. The monks used to say "ora et labora" — pray and work.