Boundless online dating
Boundless has even joined forces with online dating service Christian to help connect marriage-minded Christian singles and provide them with Bible-based relationship advice. What if a single man or woman signs up to Christian and meets someone? You can’t stay online forever, so how does a potential couple make the jump from the virtual world to the “real world”?To help answer this question, I’m going to share some tips from one of my female colleagues.November 7, 2011 -- /FOCUS ON THE FAMILY/ -- and Christian are working together to help Christian singles connect online for marriage-focused relationships and Bible-based relationship advice.Christian Cafe.com, a Christian-owned online dating service, is now the exclusive online dating site working with Boundless, Focus' outreach to young adults.Boundless.org, known for its articles and weekly podcast on issues ranging from biblical dating and relationships to worldview, culture and faith, will provide content for singles on Christian Cafe.com, including articles on navigating the path to marriage with purpose and a solid foundation.
In one camp, there are some who believe looking for love online betrays a lack of faith in God’s provision of a spouse."With this alliance we are providing members of our audience with another avenue for meeting, marrying and starting a God-honoring family in a way that's culturally relevant yet still biblical and intentional." "Working with Boundless as its exclusive Christian dating partner is a great honor and privilege," Sam Moorcroft, president of Christian Cafe.com, said."This relationship will benefit Christian singles and enhance our already vibrant online singles community by providing them with proven relationship advice." Boundless readers will also benefit from a special offer at Christian of an additional free week during their trial period.Boundless casts a vibrant vision for the single years, helping singles mature in Christ as a foundation for marriage and family.Find Boundless online at on the Family, which reaches about 238 million people in 130 countries, is a global Christian ministry that helps families thrive.