I feel that you are taking God out of the equation.I feel for me that it would be giving up on God’s plan and trying to make it happen for myself. I feel I'm looking for someone and not trusting in God to find me a life partner.

Happy to say that there is less of a stigma attached to Christian dating sites these days…My friend met her husband on a dating site. I have a friend who found her husband on a Christian dating site; personally I haven't found it very 'productive'!!! I positively promote it, it seems far more effective than any other method, two of my friends are now married as a result, praise God.

I tend to liken it to giving your details to a job agency, which is exactly where all the jobs are!

I would like to see more training/awareness for leaders re.

how it feels to be single, how to support singles, stupid things not to say, etc.

But I stopped doing it, I cannot see myself paying to meet that person, when if it is not the choice of God, I would be just choosing what my eyes see, not God's choice.

Not happy about it really, so after a couple of weeks, I just didn't bother and believe that if I am to remarry it will be through God's intervention.Why pay for other sites and services when you can find other Christian singles here for free?We believe in love before money - your happiness is our primary concern.Used a number but difficult to get a feel for a person. Nothing beats meeting someone face to face and knowing their friends, family, lifestyle, etc. I find it more natural to meet at an event or short holiday – I would want to see how a man interacts with others of both sexes there!I don't really think Christian dating sites are the answer but it would be good to have more social activities for Christians that didn't cost the earth. Being a single parent have joined sites before but could never afford to become a full member because of the cost.Very expensive and very few (paid up) people in my area. The problem is that I am not really a computer person at heart and do not like the medium.