Tired of Christian dating? Start looking at relationships differently.
My worry is that as Christians, we sometimes respond out of insecurity and anger, instead of love, to those who leave the faith.
Choosing to “cancel” someone is all the rage in entertainment, politics and on social media. But has it also crept into our dating lives?
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The point of conversations is to either share information or deepen a relationship.
Anxiety is difficult enough, but adding another person to the mix through a dating relationship takes courage. I’m of the opinion it’s worth it, though.
Look to where your passions, your skills, your opportunities and what your community needs — all overlap.
I learned that in most cases people aren’t bringing up your singleness to be rude; they’re saying something because they care.
Striking a balance between mindless small talk and pouring out your heart and soul can be a challenge on a first date. Here are some helpful suggestions.
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