Is Dating Someone of a Different Denomination Bad?

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You’ve met someone special, and they’re also a Christian. That’s all great, but there’s just one issue that you’re unsure about in this budding romance. They’re part of a different Christian denomination than you. So, is a person’s denomination that big of a deal? Will God approve of me being with someone from a different … Read more

Breakups after Becoming Christian

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No matter the circumstances that cause them, breakups are always hard! But it can seem even more difficult when the cause of the breakup is your faith. That’s why this article was written and intended for new Christians that have experienced a recent breakup because of their newfound faith in Jesus Christ. We want to … Read more

How to Learn from Your Last Relationship

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Dealing with the fallout of a breakup can seem like a curse at times, but if you’re open to learning from it, the process can actually be a blessing in disguise. After any romantic relationship, it’s impossible not to spend at least some time reflecting on what could have been. Your mind will naturally sift … Read more

Christian Dating: What Size Wedding Should We Have?

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If you’re reading this, chances are that you’re a Christian couple who are engaged to be married and currently planning the upcoming wedding! If that’s not you, no worries, there is still plenty to absorb from this article whenever that time comes. But if it does describe you, first, we want to extend to you … Read more

Christian Dating: What if My Partner Does Not Want Children?

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The topic of children is an almost inevitable conversation for every serious Christian couple. You will both want to discuss the possibility of having children together at some point in the relationship. This helps each partner understand the expectations of their significant other and test compatibility in an important area of consideration for marriage. Ideally, … Read more

My Partner is More Religious Than Me – What Do I Do?

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Everyone knows someone more religious than themselves. Even the most religious person you know will likely have someone else they also look up to. But it doesn’t just stop there. That person will have a particular hero of the faith that they admire as godly, and the cycle goes on and on all the way … Read more

Christian Dating: When to Say “I Love You”

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So you’re thinking about saying those three magic words, but you’re just not 100% sure if you should. Maybe you feel like you’re saying it too fast and don’t want to scare the other person away. Maybe it’s something you think you should say, but it’s just not coming out as easily as you thought … Read more

When Should I Pop the Question?

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So you’ve been dating someone for a while, and you think they might be the one for you. You’ve reached that special juncture where you want to share your future with them and be part of their own. This is an exciting time, and as a Christian, you should want to marry somebody God would … Read more

4 Online Dating Profile Warning Signs for Christian Singles

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A number of Christians are now searching for love online by using dating apps and websites. Just like in the regular dating scene, there’s online behavior that you should recognize as red flags for the future. Knowing what to look for is key to noticing them before it’s too late.  No one likes to waste … Read more

Christian Dating: Red Flags for New Relationships

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New dating relationships are exciting and full of hope for the future. They’re marked by an early stage, often called the “honeymoon” phase. During this period of time, it’s hard for either partner to do any wrong in the eyes of the other. Unfortunately, like most things, these euphoric feelings will come to an end … Read more