Dating at your church
There are so many guys out there who feel lonely even though their surrounded by their church community.
Women are the same – this is a universal human experience.
They meet at a non-denominational event, on a missions trip, at uni or in the workplace, on Christian Mingle, wherever it is, and they hit it off.
Friendship ensues, friendship turns to affection, affection turns to love, and off they go.
Women full of grace, understanding, direction and calling.
I wrote it in response to a number of my female friends bringing up the feelings they’ve felt about trying to find a Nice Christian Guy, and whether or not one truly exists.But have you heard this: “Wives who spend couple time with their husbands at least once a week are 3.5 times more likely to enjoy above average levels of sexual satisfaction, compared to wives who have couple time less than once a week?” Likewise, “Husbands who spend more couple time with their wives are 3.3 times more likely to enjoy above-average levels of satisfaction, compared to their peers who have couple time less than once a week.” When Pastors capture this notion of helping couples become intentional about increasing couple time, they are essentially helping them increase their happiness and sexual satisfaction.After thinking about it, that’s not so much the experience of most of the guys I know – that is to say, I don’t believe the same pressure exists for us men.Sure, it happens, and I would guess that a lot of the reasons would be the same or similar to the ones I wrote in the other article.