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Maybe it’s time to prioritize our needs from our wants, and consider pursuing someone that might typically be considered “outside of our usual type.” There’s definitely a fear culture surrounding the topic of asking someone out on a date. It’s almost as though we’re so afraid to fail that we’d rather not even try.In fact, the majority of singles reported that when it comes to dating: They aren’t usually doing the asking.Part of the problem with the lack of interaction among sexes is that woman have been taught that their role is to simply do nothing.
Think of it as “Stop, wait for the walk sign, look both ways, make eye contact with drivers, listen’ for the cyber street. It is much easier to make unwise decisions when you are making them rashly. If you do not have peace or, if at any point this becomes an obsession, stop. One of the men was matched repeatedly with his friends in the singles group.
He would e-mail them, “Well, that was awkward.” Then, he would block the profile. If you are seriously considering marriage, it makes no point to lie.
Being cautious can go a long way in preventing injury. A friend of mine shared a story from one of her previous churches. Use a screen name that you do not use elsewhere (IM, Facebook, bank account, etc).
For those considering online dating, I have this advice to help curb some of the risk. Do not (I repeat: do not) go into this in some Jonah-like attempt to wiggle your way out of where God has you right now. The church had a significant singles ministry and many were involved in online dating.
This brings us to the biggest con of online anything: The bad guys lie.
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children says that 1 in 5 children are sexually solicited online.
The problem is, you cannot tell the difference at first.
If we caution our teenagers, children, and young women to stay away from strangers they meet on line, does it then make sense to turn around and encourage them to do just that—meet strangers online? I have read the news stories of girls going missing after meeting up with men they met online.
I think this is a really legitimate concern, and one in which I hope and pray the Church will listen and begin to fill the needs of this generation.
Too many churches are not offering a way for their singles to meet—leaving them to fend for themselves with things like social media, online dating and everything in between in an attempt to meet.