What is the most popular Christian Singles website?

Question by ValleyR: What is the most popular Christian Singles website?
I’m looking to meet other Christian singles in my area, but most of the websites I’ve found have only a few members. And I live in a large metro area of the Southwest.

I don’t particularly care for eharmony as it takes HOURS to complete their profile.

Any help is appreciated. Thanks.

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Answer by Deus Luminarium
Try christianmingle.com

I’ve met several nice people through their website.

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Q&A: Looking for a Wife….I’m 20yo?

Question by Just Another Dude…lol: Looking for a Wife….I’m 20yo?
Before anyone posts comments about dating sites, let me remind u that I’m not desparate enough to spend money to meet people I prolly won’t be interested in. lol
I’m 20 years old.
I’m outgoging, some of my interests are racing, electronics, and sound equipment. I’m a Christian, so I need a Christian girl. I want a girl that isn’t ashamed of God. Looks don’t matter to me, but I do want a girl that takes care of herself. Like I said I want a Christian girl, so smoking, drinking, nightclubs are not my thing. I want a girl thats down to earth and fun to be around. I want a girl that knows what she wants in life and persues it, or maybe if she doesn’t have it all the way figured out but sorta knows what she wants…..I live in Monroe, LA…..I’m willing to travel to meet someone but that would be weird. lol Here’s my FB link http://www.facebook.com/#!/profile.php?id=1179488704

Please no weirdos….I just wanna meet nice people, and hopefully find the one for me. dating sites are too expensive and I don’t go out much due to work so meeting a nice Christian girl in my age group is difficult…. please no smart comments, I want real comments….if ur interested look me up. I won’t lie to you and stab u in the back, and I wouldn’t want u to do anything hurtful to me…. If u wanna know more, email me.

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Answer by BabeHart
There’s nothing desperate about using a dating site to help you meet people to date…it’s more “desperate” to post on a non-dating site (like Yahoo!Answers) hoping to get replies to your “ad”…

Start talking to people you meet offline and taking advantage of the various ways to meet people online (dating and social sites are great for that)…and in a few years, when you’re actually a LOT more likely to be ready to marry, hopefully you’ll have met someone suitable and be in a healthy, mature relationship…

Don’t be in such a hurry to tie yourself down…you’re a few years too young to even be contemplating marriage…

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Kirshner oversaw the song selection for the band's first two albums and helped give the pre-fab band a slew of genuine chart-topping singles. Kirshner, however, would soon find himself at odds with the genuinely talented Monkees as they began to insist
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The Second Station: Jesus Carries His Cross

Leader: We adore you, O Christ, and we praise you.
All: Because by your holy cross You have redeemed the world.

Jesus, as you accepted your cross, you knew you would carry it to your death on Calvary. You knew it wouldn’t be easy, but you accepted it and carried it just the same.

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Palm Sunday 2010:
New milestone with for this single image! Passed 2000 views! Great to be able to share this series with so many people!

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• From the stations of the cross at St. Francis of Assisi Church in Sacramento, CA
• Reflection from www.catholic.org/clife/lent/station.php?id=2

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• Visit my site at http://www.jdwarrick.com
• Visit St. Francis Church at www.stfrancisparish.com/index.htm

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Article: Stations of the Cross date back to the fourth century
Excerpt from Catholic News Service, March 11, 2009

Devotions to the Way of the Cross began in earnest after 1342, when the Franciscan friars were given custody of the holy sites in the Holy Land. The Franciscans have been closely identified with the devotion ever since; for years, Church regulations required a set of the stations to be blessed by a Franciscan when possible.

The number of stations varied widely, with some manuals of devotion listing as many as 37. The term "stations" in describing the Way of the Cross was first used in the narrative of an English pilgrim, William Wey, who visited the Holy Land twice in the 15th century.

Depictions of the events described in the Stations did not start becoming common in churches until Pope Innocent XI permitted the Franciscans in 1686 to erect such displays in all their churches. He also declared that all indulgences given for visiting the sacred sites in the Holy Land would apply to any Franciscan or Franciscan lay affiliate visiting a set of stations in a church.

Pope Benedict XIII extended that privilege to all the faithful in 1726. Five years later, Pope Clement XII allowed all churches to have stations and fixed the number at 14, where it has been ever since. In recent years, many churches have included the Resurrection as a 15th station. Benedict XIV specifically urged every church in 1742 to enrich its sanctuary with stations.

Two Franciscans of the era did much to spread the popes’ wishes. St. Leonard of Port-Maurice erected stations at more than 500 churches in Italy, and St. Alphonsus Ligouri in 1787 wrote the version of the Stations that most Americans recognize because it was used in most churches in the United States throughout the 19th and 20th centuries.

It has become standard for Catholic churches in this country to recite the prayers related to the Stations on the Fridays of Lent. Many churches have two services, one in the afternoon, mainly for schoolchildren, and one in the evening. Some Protestant churches, especially those belonging to the Episcopal or Lutheran denominations, have made the devotion part of their Lenten activities, particularly on Good Friday.

The traditional 14 stations are as follows: Jesus is condemned to death; Jesus takes up his cross; Jesus falls the first time; Jesus meets his mother; Simon of Cyrene carries the cross; Veronica wipes the face of Jesus; Jesus falls the second time; Jesus meets the daughters of Jerusalem; Jesus falls the third time; Jesus is stripped of his garments; Jesus is nailed to the cross; Jesus is crucified; Jesus is taken down from the cross; Jesus’ body is laid in the tomb.

The third, fourth, sixth, seventh, and ninth stations are not specifically described in the Gospels, nor is St. Alphonsus’ depiction in the 13th station of Jesus’ body being laid in the arms of his mother.

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Pink Stars of David in Rainbow Feathers 12.2
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Jerusalem Travel Doc – Part 09 end

Since 1986 the United Nations Committee on Decolonization has included New Caledonia on the United Nations list of Non-Self-Governing Territories. New Caledonia will decide whether to remain within the French Republic or become an independent state in a referendum sometime after 2014. Grande Terre Melanesia southwest Pacific Nouméa Jerusalem is the capital of Israel and its largest city in both population and area,with 732100 residents in an area of 125.1 square kilometres (48.3 sq mi) if disputed East Jerusalem is included. Located in the Judean Mountains, between the Mediterranean Sea and the northern tip of the Dead Sea, modern Jerusalem has grown up outside the Old City. The city has a history that goes back to the 4th millennium BCE, making it one of the oldest cities in the world. Jerusalem has been the holiest city in Judaism and the spiritual center of the Jewish people since the 10th century BCE, contains a number of significant ancient Christian sites, and is considered the third-holiest city in Islam.Despite having an area of only 0.9 square kilometer (0.35 square mile), the Old City is home to sites of key religious importance, among them the Temple Mount, the Western Wall, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Dome of the Rock and al-Aqsa Mosque. The old walled city, a World Heritage site, has been traditionally divided into four quarters, although the names used today — the Armenian, Christian, Jewish, and Muslim Quarters — were introduced in the early 19th

Christians, a Christian dating service ad on TV claims God wants you to use their service?

Question by old_lew: Christians, a Christian dating service ad on TV claims God wants you to use their service?
Christian dating service commercial on TV claims God wants you to use their service. Does God work for them and if so, how is he paid? (stock options?)

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Answer by Andie
Well, He didn’t tell me that.

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What are we going to do about all the Christian terrorists that are scattered about the world, and in the U.S?

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Anders Behring Brevik of Norway, is being called a “Christian extremist” or “Christian terrorist.”

As westerners wrestle with such characterizations of the Oslo mass murder suspect, the question arises: Nearly a decade after 9/11 created a widespread suspicion of Muslims based on the actions of a fanatical few, is this what it’s like to walk a mile in the shoes of stereotype?
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Answer by Buddhist Prime
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