Trying to find new friends or dating singles with same belief might be difficult if you have no idea where to start.
As a single Christian, do you feel like God has someone special in mind for you but you just haven’t found them yet?
Images of kissing and hand-holding flutter across the screen as a male voice sings, “Someday he’ll call her, and she will come running.
And fall in his arms, and the tears will fall down, and she’ll pray: I want to fall in love with you.”At first viewing, the spot is wildly effective.
Several of my friends have met their significant others on them, and in some cases, have even married the partners they met.
But those who are familiar with the song will note that the “arms” mentioned are God’s and not Prince Charming’s.
Titled “Love Song,” the hit tune by Jars of Clay is about God calling us into loving relationship with Himself.
Their tagline is “Prepared, Prequalified, Predestined,” adding to the plethora of clichés that make the site a near-parody of itself.
For example, users’ identities must be verified by their (presumably male) pastor, who confirms that they are a church member in “good and regular standing” and “eligible for marriage.” Articles include tips on virginity, courtship, and how men must establish “loving headship” over their wives.