Whether you are currently in a relationship or hope to be in the future, this is a critical issue to clarify for yourself.
Dating and finding the right person is something that can be very difficult in the best case scenario.
Fortunately, although Christian dating can be hard, there are a range of facilities in place and a supportive community that you can take advantage of and that can make matters a bit simpler.
The Challenges First of all let's take a look at some of the challenges of Christian dating, which include: A relatively smaller 'pool' of potential partners to choose from.
In this world, we cannot deny that people are influenced by what is seen and heard.
That even the Christian community struggles to keep the faith and avoid temptations around us.
If you’ve dated much, you know it’s not easy finding someone like-minded, well-matched, and in sync with your spiritual beliefs.
Upon reaching age 18 years old, some thought they are adult enough to handle things.You see the magazines, TV shows, and movies that tell you how you’re young, and you should date a lot of people before you get married.You see certain “role models” jumping from one dating relationship to another.If you are only willing to date other Christians then right away this is going to rule out a whole range of other potential partners who don't have faith or who hold other beliefs.At the same time if you want to date only within your Christian denomination be it Catholic, Protestant, Methodist etc then you are going to further limit the number of potential partners.