The apostle Paul writes in 2 Corinthians : "Do not be yoked together with unbelievers." We believe that this warning also applies to marriage, and that it's better for Christians not to marry non-believers.
However, many Christians can't find their soul mate in church, and many singles are simply too busy to maintain an active social life.
Sometimes it feels like his plans are limiting us, and sometimes it's not easy to wait for God's timing.
Basically, the question seems to be how exactly single Christians should relate to members of the opposite sex in that large and awkward zone between "we've never met" and a deliberate dating or courting relationship. I won't repeat the full history lesson here, as several Boundless authors have already discussed it (Joshua Rogers most recently, in his excellent piece "Your Friendgirl Deserves Better").They are led to believe that there is nothing women can or should do to improve their dating life. In many ways there was a lot I and other single girls like about this myth: I have no responsibilities. I just need to be myself and God will ensure someone will notice me.And being shy means that I am a ‘good’ Christian girl.The opportunities are endless and you can choose to make your Christian relationship as serious or as friendly as you like!Often Christian girls are told that their role in dating is simply to wait to be pursued. ” Recently I read a church singles blog that went so far as to shame a girl for “taking matters into her own hands” simply because she wanted to tell a guy that she liked him.