I think sometimes many of us think only of North America (the United States in particular) when thinking of predominantly “Christian” countries. Of course, there are millions of Christian singles across the globe. I’m guessing if you live in a country where Christianity is less common, it would be even more difficult to find that special someone who also shares your Christian faith and values. We encourage those from non-North American countries to try ChristianCafe.com out as well. So, aside from the US and Canada, where are our other members from?
Looking for a gift
for your Christian Mom for Mother’s Day
? If your mom is single, how about buying her some time to meet other singles who share her Christian faith and values?
In today’s dating advice post, Dr. Jim writes provides his thoughts on Breaking Up 101.
Today on the Cafe blog we talk with British writer ‘HopefulGirl’, who wrote the book
Would Like to Meet. This book details her four years on the Christian dating scene – which included a year on ChristianCafe.com.
Are you, maybe, in your thirties and still haven’t found the life partner God has for you? Have you lost hope in finding your match for life?
A Boundless reader writes:
“I’ve put a time limit on when I will stop looking for a suitable mate, but is this the wrong idea when the Bible says that there is a season for everything?”
Pastor Jim responds to the question about interdenominational dating.
» Should I date a Christian outside my own denomination?
I know of no scriptural reference that says you should not date someone outside of your own denomination. However, I do suggest that there are practical considerations that you should think about and let them guide you.
You’ve done the back and forth online with someone you’re interested in. Now it’s time to meet in person – whether for coffee, a drink, dinner, mini-golf or whatever else. You have a coupon for this fine establishment you want to take your date to. Is it OK to use that coupon on a date? Would your date feel that you’re cheap – or would she think you’re just really good with your money?
Know a single Christian
and are having trouble thinking of a great gift
for them? Something that is different and unique – something they aren’t likely to get from anyone else? A gift that can actually help them in their life journey?
Ok, how about introducing them to thousands and thousands of other singles who share their same Christian beliefs and values? Yep, you can do that.
Wondering why you haven’t found love yet? Pastor Jim explores the some of the possible reasons you haven’t found ‘it’ yet, and what might be standing in your way.
Looking For Love In All The Wrong Places
If you have not found what you are looking for, one strong consideration is that you are looking in the wrong places, or you do not really know what you are looking for love to find it.
How we use our time can significantly contribute to the quality of our lives. In this article, Dr. Jim discusses three areas where we can improve how our time is spent: Online, Worrying, Dating.
How do you spend your time? Time is a very valuable commodity and one that cannot be recaptured. You have choices of how you will spend your time. As you wake up in the morning, what is your first thought? Okay, after having a cup of coffee.