Missionary dating is on the rise in evangelical churches. What is missionary dating you may ask? Missionary dating is basically the practice of dating a non Christian boyfriend or girlfriend in the hopes that he or she may become a Christian over time, and so become fairgame for a future marriage partner. This weekend I was talking to a girl who practiced missionary dating with guy, and it worked out famously. The dude become a Christian and the two are now enjoying a blissful marriage, ministering together in a local church. Although I have no real scientific data on missionary dating, I would definitely say that for every missionary dating success story, I have probably heard of 9 others that have failed miserably.
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Missionary Dating: On a Mission to Get Him Saved
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A new dating website was launched earlier this month to help missionaries and other Christians serving overseas to find a spouse who understands their global calling. Thus far, more than people have joined the online dating community, CalledTogether. Gerin St. Claire, one of the founders of the dating site, told NPR's Arun Rath that they want to help Christians find their right match so they don't have to choose between serving overseas or staying in the United States to find a marriage partner. But we hope to be able to offer this resource so that they don't have to make that decision," he said. Claire added that while Christians are serving overseas to make the world a better place, his organization wants "to empower them to stay there," instead of returning home because they're lonely or want to find their soul mate.
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The big question, of course, is whether missionary dating actually works. And for those who are already married, you can read articles in the Spiritual Matters topic, which addresses being unequally yoked in marriage. We encourage you to read all of them, because they each make different points that are important for you to consider. This first link contains several different articles within it that are posted on the Hoe Koon Siong web site. They include something written by J.
Overseas missionary work takes years of training and fundraising, but many leave the field after a few years because they can't find a spouse. A new website launching today hopes to tackle that problem by placing missionaries and Christian expatriates into a network that enables them to find spouses in the field. The matchmaking site was initially proposed in by John Patton, chief operations officer for the Center for Mission Mobilization, and David Bilby, executive director of Go Connect an organization that connects churches with public schools. Although many leaders saw its potential, Patton said that without a fulltime advocate the project wound up on the back burner. Now, CalledTogether.