Should christians use online dating
Focus' online community for young adults, Boundless, seeks to help singles navigate these issues.Through Boundless, Focus encourages intentional living and offers resources that motivate young adults to know their worth in Christ as individuals and to be open to the opportunities God may have for them.
You have heard of them all, I’m sure: e Harmony, Tinder, Christian Mingle, Plenty of Fish, Delightful, Coffee Meets Bagel . But as the years went by, and I saw friends pioneer their way into tender dating relationships and even marriages via the Web, I began to change my tune on the topic. But more than that, I want someone who complements me, who will love me in spite of my flaws, and who will challenge me to be a better person.
Yes, there are some points on which men and women should never compromise when it comes to relationships.
But online dating became a drag because too many profiles felt like The Airing of Grievances from the "Festivus" episode in One gentleman that comes to mind, whose occupation ironically was listed as "troublemaker," said he appreciates a date who "says thank you to the wait staff and leaves her phone in her purse." While I appreciate the sentiment, this and other profiles I often encountered felt like people were resentful of their past experiences rather than open to exploring the future.
Ask friends to put on a dinner party with eligible men or set you up on a blind date.
Oh, and gentlemen, stay upbeat in your profiles rather than offering backhanded compliments to the opposite sex.
"I'm all about falling in love on Twitter," my friend said after I told her a couple people had DM'ed me about shared interestsexpressed in tweets instead of solely on how attractive they found my profile picture.