Other times, guys find out I’m a Christian and automatically assume I’m uptight and judgmental.The stereotypes get old.” Of course, the problems don’t disappear when Christians choose to date only other Christians.As Brad said, “I’ve heard Christian dating advice that assumes all Christians are exactly the same.But it’s not as if every believer fits a certain profile.We’ve had a couple of questions from people who are concerned that their potential spouse is quite a bit older than they are and they are wondering if they should be concerned about the age difference and the issues and possible challenges that go with it.
They are worried that I'll bring shame to them and people will talk about it.
There’s a broad spectrum of what it means for people to call themselves a Christian—from very liberal to very conservative and everything in between.
Just because a woman calls herself a Christian doesn’t mean her beliefs or lifestyle choices are the same as mine.”Define your standards in advance. Some Christian singles are reluctant to voice their convictions for fear of being labeled “old-fashioned” or “narrow-minded.” But it’s best to be up-front about what is and is not acceptable to you.
If you have grown up in a Christian home that believes in the Holy Bible, then most certainly, you have limited yourself to chaperoned dating until the age of 21.
If you are truly saved, it is not until your 21st birthday, that the thought of dating someone without adult supervision would even enter your mind. If you are truly saved, you are looking for a woman who will serve you and who loves the Lord as much as you do.