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.
These days, according to an April 2015 study, “nearly nine-in-ten Americans are online.” That’s a pretty impressive change in 20 years.
Over the years, any stigma of saying, “we met online” has evaporated. Valentine’s Day is coming up fast, and it has us in a romantic kind of mood, so we spoke to five awesome couples who met each other online and got hitched (or are engaged to get hitched) IRL. Dana: “My now-husband Darren and I met on Tumblr in March 2011 and have been married since September 2013.
A dating site is a place where you can forget about your daily routine and chat at any time of the day.
The main thing, however, is that an international dating site is a place to find new friends and strike up an exciting relationship, while sitting on your sofa with a cup of coffee.
Online dating is the perfect marriage — excuse the pun — of technology and romance.
However, who other than our Creator knows best how we can flourish and fully achieve our purpose?
I was nervous to meet him, but not necessarily because he was from the Internet.
I’ve made a lot of really good friends from different sites on the Internet, going back to my high school and college days.
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'.