Canadian TV show Full Circle invited Sam Moorcroft, co-founder of ChristianCafe.com, to talk about online dating and relationships for Christian singles.
Focus on the Family’s Boundless create informative and entertaining podcasts that deal with various topics relevant to Christian singles in their 20s and 30s. One of these, of course, is relationships – which includes online dating.
Pastor Jim provides advice for Christian singles regarding how to react upon realizing you are not attracted to your date.
» Dear Jim: I finally met someone in person and am not attracted. When should I tell them?
Relating to others develops many scenarios. The one that most often occurs when using the Internet for dating is that there often develops a ‘connection’ prior to actually meeting face-to-face. This is accomplished by many emails exchanged and perhaps phone calls where there appears to be a rapport and mutual draw.
ChristianCafe.com is conducting a series of discussions with experts from various churches and ministries about Christian singles in America today. The second discussion is with Wendy Griffith, News Anchor & Senior Reporter for The Christian Broadcasting Network, known as CBN
Pastor Jim provides advice for Christian singles about the place of chemistry in relationships.
Is attraction an important ingredient in dating?
Attraction is an important ingredient in dating. Many are guided by whether or not they ‘feel’ an attraction toward a person of the opposite gender. The physical attraction toward another person is often capsulated under the term ‘chemistry.’ I suggest that this is one of the most misunderstood areas connected with potential relationships.
Pastor Jim provides the below advice for divorced Christians, speaking as a divorced Christian himself.
ChristianCafe.com is conducting a series of discussions with experts from various churches and ministries about Christian singles in America today. The first discussion is with Lisa Anderson, Director of Young Adults for Focus on the Family.
Pastor Jim provides advice for Christian singles, stating that finding a ‘true, cherished, valuable friend’ is very important even before searching for a romantic relationship. Build Christian friendships that are ‘mutually rewarding, and then move to romance.’