Some general guidelines include: You met your friend in a third-world country. Some services have pre-set options to choose from, others let you type your own. Option 1: Proselytize Us It seems there are a number of non-Christians out there on dating sites.Some people choose ‘Anything’ or ‘Random Play’ from the list. A real Christian would choose ‘Marriage and lots of babies right now, please! I think some people actually have a thing for Christians.Remember that a black and white or sepia toned photograph automatically looks 30% holier.Unattractive photos of yourself are okay, even good.
Ladies, how about ‘Fisherof Men,’ or even ‘A Little Bit of Mary, a Little Bit of Martha.’ I don’t even know what that last one means, but it sounds provocative!
A real Christian will see your inner beauty, so any effort toward outward appearances will only hinder a godly attraction. Find clip art of crosses, Jesus fish, praying hands, Bibles, hearts, stars, horseshoes, clovers and blue moons. This is a biggie, the place where you tell the world what makes you special and unique.
Like a church logo, the more flair you have, the holier you will look. Exercise caution when choosing a friend picture though. Many services give you the option of stating what sort of relationship you are pursuing. Other people are going to be witty or post a poem or some nonsense, but as a Christian, you’ve really only got three options.
You can use a favourite quotation that demonstrates a philosophy or use characters from a book or film you enjoy.
(You might remember Matt of from his hilarious post “The official point system of SCL commenter fitness.” Since it’s love month and because I thought it would make a good running mate with Monday’s post about single people needing to get married pronto, I asked him to write a guide to creating the perfect Christian dating profile.