Dating tips for christian guys

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If I had a dollar for every Christian girl who dated a bay boy I’d be wealthy.

Fortunately, through, I have some solid Christian dating advice for men.

The vast majority of Christians I’ve talked to over the years fit this profile (and I’ve talked to thousands). So, if you are really into your faith and that’s all you can talk about, you’re going to have very little luck with most women. If your church is small, consider finding another one.

When you go on dates, even if you know the person is a Christian, don’t assume that’s going to be your only conversation topic. Some people are more private about their faith or just have other interests. Go to Bible studies, join groups, go to larger events like multi-church or diocesan concerts and gatherings, etc.

Back when I was in university, I was involved in Christian groups.

They frequently ventured into the realm of dating and relationships since it was on the minds of a lot of hormone driven college age students.

If he’s leading you on or acting like you’re dating but unwilling to commit, you only affirm that it’s okay if you just go along with it and that doesn’t make the problem any better. But if it’s the other way around and you can’t give him a straight answer, if you’re playing games or unwilling to be honest, don’t be surprised if you get dropped.

Eye contact shows respect, interest, confidence, and intentionality.

Don’t change your morals, values, or boundaries just to impress him or keep him around.

If you truly want to date according to your Christian values, then find ways to be around like-minded people and apply the previous tips in those settings, These tips will help you be an excellent, high value man, while staying true to your core religious values.

Maybe you want a solid, godly relationship but you’re feeling a little discouraged.

But remember not to turn him into your emotional punching bag.

Don’t demand that he respect you and then turn around and not respect or hold yourself to that same standard.

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