It is crucial to have a shared world-view with the people we love and spend time with..be sure we are indeed worshipping the same God. First, I want to say thank you for building and maintaining this site. When I was here as a single person, it was very encouraging to me to see the accounts of those whom God had led to spouses through this website, and I would like our 'story' to be encouraging to others as well- and to have the opportunity to give glory to God for what he has done! In Christ, Lorisha, username "shepherdess" I just wanted to update you to let you know that the young man that I met through SGS and I have just been married July 31, 2011 after meeting July 2, 2010! Both my husband and his brother were married through SGS within 3 weeks of one another- it has been an exciting year!" Members' usernames include tulips, restingingrace0611, and Reformed Southerner.Baylor University professor of theology Roger Olson, author of , is a bit surprised that the site, which hosts nearly 800 members and has borne 37 reported marriages, is catching on.SGS is Christ-centered and so must be our relationships with one another.I’ve been pretty busy elsewhere this week, but I wanted to drop you a line here to keep you updated on goings-on. And procrastinating by cooking soup and creating salads and new takes on mac & cheese. The first is: I finally wrote a love letter for Ben Moberg’s series over at Registered Runaway.First, to increase an individual's range of potential partners and, second, to match people who are uniquely suited to each other.
The fact is that more and more of today's romantic relationships start online.
By night, he tries to kindle them between Reformed singles around the country.
Scores of Christian dating websites (and dating sites that market themselves to Christians) are doing their part to solve the delayed marriage problem by promising to pair like-minded couples.
We are so blessed to come together as like minded believers, seeking to live for Christ, and we consider each other a gift from God.
We serve a great God who is able to do immeasurably more than we ask or think (Eph. Please share with SGS as an encouragement to singles.
Ah yes, the classic, “Let me show you a verse” move. w=240" data-large-file="https://derekzrishmawy.files.wordpress.com/2013/05/church_dating.jpg? Sometimes they make sense, others not so much, and a few make me laugh.