“Being a Christian definitely makes it more difficult because you have more specifications before you start,” explained 25-year-old Christian Laura*.“You often want different things from a relationship than most people around you so it can be hard to find like-minded people.” For Laura, it’s comparable to the dilemma lots of people face if they know they don’t want children: “It might not matter so much when you're just dating and having fun but you can so easily get attached and find yourself months or years down the line unable to make it work,” she told .But if you are looking for someone who shares your Christian values, the search is made easier on with its Christian dating possibilities.Site registration is absolutely free, and members can exchange "flirts" with each other, before committing to a subscription.Your beloved may be waiting for you thousands of miles away.
Those values that are cherished by Christians are often synonymous with those who toil the land to produce an honest day's work, and those who enjoy watching the sun set in a countryside setting. The wonders of God are more keenly observed by nature lovers than by city dwelling folk.
Expectations can be scuppered or they can be raised.
No two relationships are the same and all relationships are fraught with different issues.
Of course, the importance of religion varies for everyone.
For 23-year-old Jess*, it’s her most important criterion when considering a romantic partner: “The most important person in my life is Jesus and if theirs isn't too then we're always going to have different priorities and different beliefs about how we should live our lives,” she explains.
People find it difficult meeting a soul mate in a real world.