Evangelical dating site
'Seems to be the real dilemma between getting teaching in churches that suggests God has a plan for your life (including a possible partner) and then we need to wait on Him versus dating websites where you need to try and 'sell' yourself to potential candidates.
Takes a lot of energy and courage.''I have personally been selective about who I have told, because some Christians I know disapprove and think that if it's God's will, it should happen without us being pro-active like that, especially as a woman…
All dating sites have the problem that you get to know the facts, but not the person – the opposite way round to when you meet people in real life.''I prefer to meet people face to face, though, e.g. I think everyone just puts their best points forward on a dating site, and for some people their hopes could be raised too high.Others wanted to see adverts that might appear filtered (even though these are usually under the control of their Web browser), and the remainder focused on expectations around responding to complaints.'I used another site and was attempted to be scammed three times, by men pretending to be Americans or Europeans working abroad, Christians, or working in the UK.In other words, they applied 'Christian' as an adjective to the dating site itself, rather than to those who are intended to use it.Although there were not many comments in this area, respondents focused on two areas: Within a generally positive view (which one would expect given the survey sample), eight had expectations that a Christian dating sites might filter out some members, for example those that lie and separated or divorced (3 people).