Best Christian Dating Sites in 2014 :: How to Pick the Right One for You

There’s a lot of information on the web about the best Christian dating sites, but as singles ourselves, we haven’t found much of it to be truly helpful in our decision-making process. So we figured that instead of complaining about it, we’d try to help solve that problem.

Best Christian Dating Sites

 

SingleRoots Rating

Dating Site URL

Monthly Price_Range

Number of Members

Ease of Use

Christian Filters

Privacy/ Security

Personal Control

Mobile Options

eHarmony.com

eHarmony Review


eharmony.com$19.95 to $59.95
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HighSimpleExcellentGoodFairYes


Christian Mingle Review


christianmingle.com$14.99 to $29.99HighOption-OverloadGoodExcellentExcellentYes


Match.com Review


match.com$16.99 to $34.99HighQuite a Few DetailsFairExcellentExcellentYes

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Christian Crush Review


christiancrush.com$12.99LowSimpleExcellentExcellentExcellentNo


Christian Cafe Review


christiancafe.com$8.99 to $34.97MediumOption-OverloadExcellentGoodExcellentYes


HowAboutWe Review
howaboutwe.com$8.00 to $28.00MediumQuite a Few DetailsFairFairExcellentYes


Zoosk Review
zoosk.com$12.49 to $29.95HighQuite a Few DetailsPoorGoodFairYes

Marry Well Review
marrywell.org$7.99 to $89.99LowSimpleExcellentFairFairNo


Chemistry.com Review
chemistry.com$8.00 to $25.00LowQuite a Few DetailsFairGoodExcellentNo


ChristianCupid.com Review
christiancupid.com$13.33 to $39.99MediumSimplePoorFairFairNo
We can no longer recommend PerfectMatch.com. Read Why.
We CANNOT recommend BigChurch.com. Read Why.

We’ve created a comparison chart and detailed resource of the best Christian dating sites. We update it regularly as we get feedback from readers and do further research. Hey, we’re just trying to help a brother or sister out and keep it real. Just doing our part…

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But here you are…

So before we go any further, let’s agree that we’re going to accept online dating for what it is: a tool that aids us in the search for Mr. or Miss Right. There’s no shame in using tools.

We’ve searched high and low for reliable information that would guide us to make an informed decision when choosing the best Christian dating sites, and there really aren’t many places that offer information from actual Christians.

We’ve done our fair share of online dating, and we just thought that we’d offer our experience and research to those of you who need it. A piggyback ride, perhaps? After all, if we’re still single, we’d at least like to think that our money went to something more useful than some awkward first dates.

We plan to update this page as new information arises, so check back often as our reviews of Christian dating sites grow. And if you have anything to contribute to the discussion, we’d love to hear it. Use a pseudonym if you don’t want to use your real name. There’s no shame in that either. We just want to hear your take on any site you’ve had experience with.

 

DOLLA-DOLLA BILLS, Y’ALL!

Everyone wants to talk about money first. This is evident from our own lives, our conversations with friends, and from the preliminary data that we’ve conducted among online Christian daters.

If you show them the money, will they show you the love?

Money is a big issue.

So let’s talk scratch: Just because a site costs less doesn’t mean that you’re necessarily getting a good deal. That being said, just because it costs more doesn’t mean you get a better site either.

Many of the seven sites we’ve reviewed offer a free trial membership. While you’re probably not going to fall in love in ten days or less, miracles can happen. And, if you want to test-drive a site, a free trial is a good way to go.

But if you’re ready to go all in, you should know that many factors can change the price of subscription to a Christian dating site. Depending on how long you commit, you can easily make the price per month decrease. The average price for a one-month membership on Match, Chemistry.com and Christian Café runs close to $35, Christian Mingle is priced for about $30 for a month, and eHarmony will cost you around $60/month.

Suffice it to say that if you’re choosing strictly based on price, then Marry Well is the front-runner at $12 for a one-month subscription. You can get three months for $25 on Marry Well (less than one month on Christian Mingle). They even have an $8 monthly plan for “cash-strapped” college and graduate students and a scholarship program for people involved in ministry.

Price :: SingleRoots Recommends:
Christian Mingle
Christian Cafe
Marry Well

NUMBERS, I NEED NUMBERS!

It’s hard to figure out what kind of numbers these sites are pulling in. They’re not too keen on publishing exactly how many active members you’ll have access to.

Christian Mingle’s latest commercial states that they have gained 2 million members in the past year alone. What does that mean for your search? Well, anyone can create a free profile on the site (or most sites). Just because there are a ton of profiles does not mean that there are that many actively paying members in which to communicate with.

Marry Well is still a new site, and a quick search from a metropolitan area such as Dallas/Fort Worth showed a much smaller selection of profiles than the sites that have been around for years such as eHarmony, Match, Christian Café, Chemistry.com, and Christian Mingle.

Here’s what you need to consider: If you live in a small town or rural area and you’re not into long-distance relationships, the number of online dating profiles that are within your geographical region is already slim. You’ll need to either expand your driving distance or choose one of the sites that boast millions of profiles to choose from.

With the exception of Marry Well, all 5 of the other sites generally include hundreds to thousands of profiles for Christians to choose from that are within a reasonable driving distance (under 2-3 hours). Marry Well has potential, but it might be a bit longer before we can wholeheartedly recommend it for its large membership.

Membership Numbers :: SingleRoots Recommends
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WHERE’S THE EASY BUTTON?

Best Christian Dating Sites

Some sites can make make your search awfully complicated…

For some people, technology can still be a bit daunting. They’ve managed to conquer Facebook, but online dating is a brand new world and they might not want to seek help from a friend.

If you’re searching for the easiest site to use, the answer is probably going to be eHarmony. It’s pretty straightforward—you get sent your daily allotment of matches and you can communicate with them or close them out. There is a lengthy initial questionnaire on eHarmony, but it’s nothing high tech. Chemistry.com is pretty straightforward, too, with a less-lengthy questionnaire.

Most of the other sites give you more control options, which also translates with more details to learn how to navigate.

If you’re a little more confident in your internet savviness, Match and Marry Well shouldn’t be too difficult. Christian Mingle gives users the ability to chat as well as offering a prayer room (because evidently they think we totally want to spend time in prayer with perfect strangers on the internets). Christian Café offers chat options, too, but more than anything, Christian Café just seems outdated. It is the least easy-to-use of the sites and could stand a fresh, new aesthetic.

Ease of Use :: SingleRoots Recommends:
eHarmony

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THEY WILL KNOW WE ARE CHRISTIANS BY…OUR PROFILE?

We want to point out that while these sites aren’t all explicitly “Christian dating sites,” we know that a great deal of Christians use them to find relationships. Our research shows that Christian corporations do not necessarily own even the ones that have “Christian” in the company name.  In fact, Christian Café and Marry Well are the only two sites in our review that are owned by Christians and could be considered Christian dating sites exclusively. If you feel this is an issue, we urge you to do your own research and find a site that is aligned with your convictions.

However, we believe that the best Christian dating sites can be websites that are not technically for Christians only. You just need to set your search parameters carefully and answer your questions in such a way that reflects the priority you place on spiritual matters. But even when you’ve done that, some sites can still make it hard to find like-minded Believers without having to click on every single profile that you find interesting only to read further and find out that he/she rarely attends church.

Match only provides a few multiple-choice questions about religion and church services. Christian Mingle makes things a little easier by allowing members to take a personality inventory along with similar questions to that of Match. Still, both leave a lot to be desired. Chemistry.com proved to be the most difficult site when it came to finding other like-minded Christians, since they only allow you a small portion of the profile for including your own words. The rest are multiple choice answers, and of those, only a few discuss faith.

While it’s true that you have to sit through the lengthy initial personality profile with eHarmony, there’s something to be said for it. Especially when you pair that with the option to put a number on how important your match’s spirituality is. Our experience and our research shows this to result in profiles that are more aligned with what we were looking for.  Marry Well was created by couples who have a history with Focus on the Family, and their mission is “to help people form good marriages for their good and God’s glory.” The idea is to engage singles (pardon the pun) as they walk the road all the way to marriage. Marry Well doesn’t want you to stop being a part of the site once you enter a dating relationship. They want to provide you with resources and community all the way until the wedding day. It is because of this, we believe, that most of the members of the site are usually committed Christians.

Christian Café also has fairly detailed settings such as denominational preferences, church affiliation and involvement, and faith level and does not require a lengthy questionnaire. It can be useful for people who do not want to devote the time that it takes to evaluate yourself and your interests on eHarmony.

Christian Filters :: SingleRoots Recommends:
eHarmony

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Marry Well
Christian Café

 

SAFE AND SECURE FROM ALL ALARM

There’s something unnerving about communicating with someone you hardly know. We’ve all watched Law and Order; we’ve heard the horror stories. There’s nothing wrong with being safe.

Can I put a padlock on my profile? And, while I’m at it, I could use one on my heart, too…

Your first option for safety on any site is to not use your photo. Girls like to say that only the guys care about looks, but that’s not true. Even the holiest of girls wants to see if his eyes look honest and kind (or if his hairline is receding or if his belly shows too much beer consumption) before she meets him for coffee. So not using a photo isn’t really going to reap a bumper crop of hot dates for most people.

eHarmony prefers you use your first name on your profile. Sure, you can create an alias, but for the most part, member profiles include legit names. The other sites allow you to create a user name, which sometimes can tell you more about a person than 10 profile questions. (Ladies Man 123? Not my type, thankyouverymuch.)

But what happens if you get the one match who falls in love with you and won’t stop emailing and trying to communicate with you? You’re a good catch. It happens.

Blocking profiles is an option for Match and Christian Mingle users. The terms of use and privacy policy page are not updated on Marry Well, so it is difficult to determine what steps they want you to take in order to curb eager stalkers. eHarmony offers users the right to close matches to prevent further communication, but that does little to keep another user from continuing to see your profile. Christian Café also gives users the option to keep unwanted communications at bay with their mail block, but like eHarmony, they can still view your profile.

Privacy/Security :: SingleRoots Recommends:
Match
Christian Mingle

 

CONTROL ISSUES

When it comes to finding the best Christian dating sites, Control Freaks, we’ve got you covered, too!

You’ve heard your friends talking about how they tried eHarmony and how you only get about 7 matches a day and that you don’t get to see your pool of available matches behind the curtain. Some of your friends said that occasionally they don’t get any matches at all. They also told you how that eHarmony thing used to make you walk step-by-step through their communication process, too. And you don’t care if they quit doing that, you still don’t like that site one bit. No, sir/ma’am. You want all of your matches and you want to make your own decisions! You know what’s best for you and not some computer program. And you don’t want to have to sit around and wait until Day 37 when said computer program drops him/her in your inbox. If that’s you, you won’t like Chemistry.com either.

But, you’ll be happy to know that the other 4 sites give you access to all of their membership profiles, as well as the ability to communicate on whichever level you choose. It’s important to note: while Marry Well doesn’t keep you from communicating with anyone, they discourage women from initiating actual relationships with men. That might fire some of you up, and others might find it refreshing. Jesus loves us all.

Person Control :: SingleRoots Recommends:
Match
Christian Mingle
Christian Cafe

 

IS THERE AN APP FOR THAT?

Best Christian Dating Sites

There’s a lot to consider to find the “best”–including mobile apps.

If you get an email or a wink from a match, you want to be able to see who it is while you’re at work or at the mall. We know…we do too. It’s just the way things are now. No one waits until they get home to get on a site. In fact, most people find it difficult to wait until they get to a red light.

And that’s not counting the myriads of people who primarily use an iPad or a tablet instead of an actual computer.

If this is you, you’ll be happy to know that all of the sites we’ve reviewed, with the exception of Chemistry.com and Marry Well, offer you mobile apps. Now you can find true love while reaching for that produce at the grocery store–or anywhere really.

For more info on the best Christian dating apps, check out our review.

Mobile Options :: SingleRoots Recommends:
eHarmony

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Match

Christian Mingle
Christian Cafe

 

We need your help! We know that not everyone will agree with our reviews, but that’s the beauty of our plan. When we update our reviews, we want them to be influenced by and include feedback from you. Share your experiences (both good and bad) in the comments below!

 

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  • Robyn

    Very informative…had heard of all of them except Mary Well……thanks!

  • Mandy

    This was wonderful to read and helpful as I am praying about joining an online dating site.  Everything was very informative and gave great insight on which site to choose.  Thanks!

  • http://ikissedmydategoodnight.com/ Ruth Rutherford

    I’m sorry… but Christian Mingle is TERRIBLE. It’s so lame compared to eHarmony and Match. I’ve had a really bad experience with it… mainly because it does nothing more than allow you to set up a profile and wait.

    I’d stick with the two big ones – eH and Match.

    Although, I have heard GREAT things about Marry Well!!!  It’s more like a community for singles… less like a matching site.

    • http://www.singleroots.com/ Jessica Bufkin

       Hey Ruth, The Christian Mingle Review was posted today. Feel free to add your thoughts in the comment section. We’d love to hear what you have to say about it. :)

    • Robbied1202

      CH allows you to look at as many profiles as you want…if you are sitting and waiting you shouldn’t be. You’re not using the options they give you! .eH allows you to do NOTHING!

    • terry

      One has to be patient, prayerful and wait. I know a woman who waited four years and is marrying a God loving, serving, Christian man who initiated contact and pursued her on Christian Mingle. I too am inquiring about more details about Marry Well. But here’s another question I have for SingleRoots and all of you, in terms of where does God want us to invest His money which we are stewards of…Why would a supposed Christian organization like singleroots encourage
      followers of Christ to support EHarmony when money sent to them will
      support Homosexual “dating” branch of EHarmony? http://www.compatiblepartners….

  • http://twitter.com/InciteFaith Julie

    Curious if any Single Roots bloggers would be open to share their experiences with online dating sites? 

    • http://www.singleroots.com/ Jessica Bufkin

      We’re in the process of reviewing each site individually. :)

      • http://twitter.com/InciteFaith Julie

        Looking forward to it!!

      • http://twitter.com/karaoke_lola Theresa Todd

        So where are your individual reviews? Inquiring minds want to know. : )

        • http://www.singleroots.com/ Jessica Bufkin

          Hi Theresa, on the chart above, there are links to the individual reviews of each site. We’ll add one new site each month. Hope that helps! :)

  • Hannah Q

    I’d have to disagree with the eHarmony recommendation, especially if you don’t like to “set up a profile and wait”…a profile which consists of about 400 questions.

    Match.com is great for Christian dating, but I’d personally prefer more specialized sites – Christian Mingle isn’t great, but I’ve heard Christian Cafe and Big Church are great. There’s also another one mentioned here that I might check out once I get more serious – Equally Yoked. Currently, I’m trying out the first one I found on this reviews page:
    http://quainternational.com/christian-dating-sites/

    Singles of Faith, and it’s going quite well. I especially like the fact that the site is Christian owned and operated.

    • Jess

      I think it also depends on your location. If you live in the US, great! It’s not so widespread here in Canada :(
      I’ve had no luck with any of the above sites, so I’m going to try to meet people the old-fashioned way for now!

  • Micah6v8

    You way want to update your info on eHarmony, as closing a match has been changed to blocking. (Though I am using the beta of their new interface, so that change may be part of those features that aren’t activated for everyone yet.)

    There is one major flaw I’ve found with Christian Mingle, which is their “church you grew up in” and “church attending” system. You can only filter matches by the former. I assume most people (like me) care much more about where you are now than where you were. You could have grown up atheist, or in a cult for all I care, as long as you know Jesus now. I’m always amused by how many people mark “church I grew up in” as “not sure yet”, an answer that I assume is rarely accurate but likely a result of people trying to compensate for the strange filtering system.

    One site you might look at later is okcupid.com – it’s completely free and one of my best friends found his wife on there. While not targeted at Christians, there question system really seems to weed out people better than others I’ve tried. Eharmony makes the mistake of highlighting questions where your answers match, while okcupid lets you specify the answers you’ll accept, and rate their importance when used for matching. For example, a question like “would you prefer to be the person initiating communication” would be treated by the two systems very differently. On okcupid you could say “accept ‘no’ or ‘either way is fine’, and the answer is only a little important.” On eharmony it would highlight that you both said “I MUST initiate!” as compatibility. And on okcupid it’s also possible to go straight to “unacceptable answers”, and see if there are any non-starters. Plus you can re-answer a question right in the results, very convenient when their answer makes you realize you marked something wrong.

  • Clev

    Christian Mingle, is an ok site, but I find that their matching system is flawed. They often give you matches that don’t really coincide with your match criteria. I set my match criteria and set much of it to “very important” and they often give me matches that don’t match my criteria at all. (I’m not trying to write a rant, so if it sounds like one then I apologize.) I’ve been a member of the site for almost a year now, and have decided to stop my membership, because the site doesn’t often serve the purpose and it seems that most of the people on the site don’t are just trying it because someone talked them into it and so they have a profile on the site but that’s about it or they claim to be just looking for friends. The site is mostly frustrating because you can hardly get any one to respond to an email, or any other form of communication.

    • Jess

      yep, I experienced the same thing

      • Clev

        It’s frustrating, isn’t it?

    • Bebe

      Christian mingle is a racist and discriminative site. They systematically black Haitian IP address. It’s frustrating knowing they call themselves Christians.

  • Greg

    okcupid is great and completely free!

  • Glory

    I am a member of christianmingle right now, I am in Calgary , when i got in, now I find out there are very few members in my city, and all the mails from states. So, it seems a waste of money.

  • http://www.facebook.com/lemuelrg Lemuel Rivera
  • http://www.facebook.com/richard.stone.313 Richard Stone

    No way eHarmony, match, pof or okcupid
    Completely free one is droidmsg.com

  • HonestJohn

    I’m a Christian but after 2 months of being on 2 sites (Christian Mingle and ChristianConnection) I’ve found a big problem with it all. I’m what you call ‘Just Christian’. Though once a regular church goer, my attendance has dwindled to several appearances a year due to work and other issues, but I lead my life based on God’s principles, regularly pray for others and generally try to be a nice guy. I’ve had a lot of interest from people in my 2 months on these sites and have got to know a few people and been on 3 dates. I probably tick most peoples boxes (or so I’ve been told) of being quite good looking, own house, car, financially solid, good sense of humour, over 6′ tall, funny, like walks in the countryside but also like going to a rock gig and I’m accepting of just about anyone. However here is the problem with Christian dating sites. Most people on them hang their colours to a particular church/denomination. Even having been on a date and someone verifying that you tick all of their boxes, if you aren’t ‘into it’ as much as these people think you should be then you aren’t what they are looking for. Likewise if you attend a church that is not currently the same church as the other person attends then they aren’t interested. The other person could have had a string of marriages/partners, be covered in tattoos, have drunk like a fish, smoked like a chimney and taken every drug under the sun, if they have now joined a church in the last few years or even months and are now what they consider a ‘born again Christian’ then they will think you aren’t good enough for them because you’ve accepted your sins and mistakes and learnt by them, rather than brushed them under the carpet, put on a new uniform and forgotten that you ever did anything wrong.

    Another thing with Christian dating sites, it’s a bit like going on a website for football supporters. Everyone shares the same fondness of the game but there’s no way a Liverpool fan is going to convince a Manchester United fan to start attend Man U’s home games at Old Trafford with them.

    It does not surprise me at all to hear that Christian dating sites have statistically the lowest success rate of all dating sites in generating meaningful relationships. I would also add that while it’s hard enough to have all the basic set of requirements a partner is looking for, on a Christian site you will need all of them just to get yourself any interest whatsoever. After that expectations will hit full throttle and if you get as far as a date then to get a second one you will need to be looking for a considerable amount of assistance from the Lord himself.

    While I needed to witness it myself I had heard all the exact same concerns from friends who had tried these sites and also from the people I have talked to and met on the site. One who is absolutely gorgeous and who said she liked everything about me and had a wonderful date, but who was very much not a Christain till recently, doesn’t want a second date because she wants to go in a diffferent direction in her life to what she has been going before and wants all the qualities I have but someone who preferably attends the same church and also who has never sinned in their life, unlike she has. She has been on the site for over a year and has had several dates with people before but never a second. Other people I have chatted to on the site they too have been on the site over a year in some cases and have had a handful of dates but never more than one.

    In addition you get the usual problems of people putting photos on the site that look nothing like the person, Russian (more likely Nigerian) scammers and all the other fascinating problems you get with internet dating! With ChristianMingle I’ve even heard of many people who have had their profiles deleted without any notification because apparently they have become corrupted!

    One other thing, on the Christian sites you will find a lot of ‘holier than thou’ types. They are totally unaccepting of anybody unless they think, believe and act in the way that they do! Bit of a concern really since they are supposed to be Christian!!!

    Save your money folks. Go on a regular dating site, but tick the Christian box. Put a bit in your profile (not too much I suggest) about your basic Christian beliefs and the qualities you are looking for in someone. Then be realistic about the people you find on there. Nobody is perfect and if you do find another Christian then great, but if he doesn’t want to join the same church as you or go to church 10 times a week, then cool, its good to have a few differences. Perhaps you’ll take it in turns and go to their church one week and yours the next or give it time and the two of you may find a church together you like.

    I’ve spent a fair bit of time putting this together but I really hope I’ve helped someone to avoid wasting their money like I have. I should have just taken my friends word for it in the first place about what these sites are like. It isn’t just the money but you’ll leave the site feeling a lot worse about yourself as a person and start thinking there will never be anyone for you out there! Don’t let this be you…..

    • HonestJohn

      Should just clarify where I said these people had had loads of dates, what I should have made clear was that they had had dates with several different people on the site but never met the same person a second time :).

      • May

        Hi HonestJohn,

        Any luck with dating sites, Christian or otherwise since your last post?

        • Bebe

          Christian Mingle is a racist and discriminative site, they automatically block IP addresses from Haiti. It’s disgusting and frustrating. When you contact them, they don’t reply because you’re from Haiti

          • HonestJohn

            Sorry to hear that Bebe, nothing surprises me with them.

        • HonestJohn

          Hi May,
          I’ve given up for the time being due to other stuff going on in my life lol. How about you?

    • Roseline Wright

      Honest John, thanks for your comments.Was looking for a site for my cousin to join but am going to drop the idea.

      • Norm

        Good idea :). Those 2 Christian sites are awful.

    • Bebe

      Christian Mingle is a racist and discriminative site, they automatically block IP addresses from Haiti. It’s disgusting

    • Renee Leonard

      HonestJohn,
      I just found your post and must say that you are right. That is why there are so many christian that are single. I know people do not like when I speak the truth about dating christians. I am a follower of christ also. but some of our brethern do not know how to show the love of Christ and you are better off with out them anyway. They are full of games and gimmicks and they do not know what they want. I find that if you follow the teaches of Christ instead of playing church, people would enjoy one another more. I realize where there are two or three gathered in His name there Jesus is in the midst. I am the type of person that can go and worship our Heavenly Father with all my brethern. The problem is that the people are afraid to say what they really feel. On these sites they all are trying to get busy; but they want to do it undercover. They want to use God to get what they want which is the same thing that non-christian men and women want. The people that would not go out on a second date with you will probably alway be single. The one’s that have that holyer than thou attitude, the only man that would be good enough for them is Jesus; so they can wait until Jesus comes back to marry Him.

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  • Jason

    Well, all of my well meaning brothers and sisters in Christ decided to get me a “gift subscription” to eharmony. I just sign up, and brother man is gonna pay for it. I am such a catch evidently! I have tons to offer! I have everything going for me, and so many people are shocked that I am single!

    Only one problem. I take that test for eharmony and I get a rather unpleasant result:

    I am unable to be matched according to them. I “failed” their preschool-level personality battery. They actually reject people? Wow. Just call me Charlie Brown!

    Actually, so I don’t “feel” bad they told me that they are unable to match over 35% of the people who try and sign up. This is no reflection on me evidently, but I really feel kinda…..well, useless.

    So now I gotta tell my brothers and sisters in Christ (who know me) that I am not “good” or “nice” enough for eharmony. It will be kind-of an embarrassment, I have to admit. Funny though, I hear such terrible things about the place, with liars, scammers, and “untrue” photos……….but I am deemed “not a good fit” for them.

    All I can say is “good grief” at this point. pray for me please.

    • Carla

      Take heart, Jason. This doesn’t mean that you’re “not good enough,” but instead that you are a complex thinker who doesn’t fit easily into a given box of beliefs. Here’s a fantastic blog that describes the process (and pitfalls): http://storylineblog.com/2013/08/07/how-do-you-get-rejected-by-eharmony-start-by-telling-the-truth/ It’s lengthy, but an easy and humorous read. If you want the bottom line, skip to the end where the author describes her conversation with Neil Clark Warren. Hang in there…and maybe try one of the other sites! :)

  • Todd G.

    I recently closed my
    Christian Mingle account, which is owned by Spark Networks. I discovered a
    partner dating site launched by the same company (Spark Networks), which
    provides dating options for gays and lesbians called Spark.com At a time when
    Godly marriage is under serious attack, it is shear compromise when Christians support
    a company that endorses, and facilitates, Homosexual relationships.

    I know that some will rationalize their participation with Christian Mingle,
    but if we were talking about a different scenario, such as abortion clinics
    providing low cost physicals to Christian women, would you go there? I believe
    that, as Christians, we need to take a stand against companies who labor to
    blur the lines between right and wrong, good and evil, while using Christian
    dollars to do it.

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