MyRightSomeone: A Christian Dating Site
A New Way to Find Love
Are you single and Christian? Are you looking for a way to connect with other singles who share your faith? If you want something different from the usual dating services, check out MyRightSomeone.
The new Christian dating site was founded by Les and Leslie Parrott, a husband-and-wife counseling team. The Parrotts are the leading experts on Christian marriage and dating relationships.
MyRightSomeone gives unmarried Christians a new way to find love. The website enables them to meet other marriage-minded singles who share their faith, values and worldview.
MyRightSomeone differs from other dating services in several ways. It blends social networking with interactive capabilities. The format is fun to use, and the site is easy to navigate. To learn more about this new way to find love, read on.
NOTICE TO MEMBERS
MyRightSomeone is currently offline as they implement plans to promote awareness and grow their membership. When they are back online, all previous members will receive a complimentary, unlimited membership to the site.
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Serving Christian Singles
MyRightSomeone serves single believers in ten Christian denominations: Anglican, Baptist, Catholic, Christian Church, Eastern Orthodox, Evangelical, Lutheran, Methodist, Pentecostal and Presbyterian.
Interdenominational dating can present a challenge for some singles. MyRightSomeone takes measures to ensure that everyone shares one belief: that Jesus Christ is Lord and Savior. Members must sign a Statement of Faith agreement to use the service.
MyRightSomeone has several resources to help singles in their search for love, including love assessment tools and books for Christian singles. For a nominal fee, site members receive the Dot.com Dating book, LOVE Style assessment guide and a FREE 12-month membership to the online dating service.
Reference Sources / Further Reading
- Jones, Jennifer E. (n.d.) "Can True Love be Found Online?" CBN: The Christian Broadcasting Network. Retrieved October 27, 2012.
- Paris, Jenell Williams and others. (October 17, 2011) "Is Online Dating for Christians?" Christianity Today. Retrieved October 27, 2012.
- Parrott, Les and Leslie. (n.d.) "Notice: Dear Members and Friends." MyRightSomeone. Retrieved October 27, 2012.
Copyright © 2012. Annette R. Smith. All rights reserved.
Published: January 06, 2012 / Modified: May 20, 2013.
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