Do you have experience with dating apps that were successful? If you do I'd like you to name them please.NewMan90 wrote: ↑Sun Oct 30, 2022 12:38 pm I think dating apps actually help. It gives you access to a larger pool of people than you would ever meet elsewhere. Also you can filter by religion, and I have found most serious Christians put something about it in their profile. Also I put something about it in mine so anyone is going to match with me knows where I stand going in. If I say something about being serious about my walk with Jesus in my profile, frankly people who are not fellow believers are going to swipe me away immediately. So it is self selecting.
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I do. Honestly I lived in a large city and that was how everyone met people. I met a lot of Christian women on dating apps. Some didn't click. Some I dated for a few weeks, a few I had longer term relationships with. In fact of the women I've dated since I left college only a few have been met through church or friends, the majority have been through apps.
I think Hinge is a good one, it has been the most successful for me. I think Bumble can work as well. When I first started doing online dating I used OKCupid, but I doubt that is very popular these days. I think you gotta just try them out and see where it goes.