At highspeedinternet.com, we wanted to speculate about which platforms get used most often to find partners in each state, and if any patterns emerged in our collective search for the perfect match. Niche apps that focus on demographic factors like religion, gender, or lifestyle are on the rise and trending heavily in certain parts of the country.
We expected to see wide areas of Tinder country, where swiping right is part of the single life.
These can be great ways to meet new people that you normally wouldn’t cross paths with.
Another way to possible meet other single Christians through your church is going on a mission trip.
No, really, says Brian Howie, host of “The Great Love Debate.” Starting Wednesday, Howie is brashly — some would say madly — staging 14 events in Minneapolis where each night, ideally, 100 single men on one side of the aisle will get real and honest with 100 single women on the other side.
Shows targeting particular demographics include a couple of college nights, a Christian singles night and an LGBT night.
Even if your church doesn’t have a singles group then you can always participate in their Bible study, retreats, or gatherings.
Many churches have retreats to bring their members closer together and conventions are held all around the world for Christians.
Meeting single Christians in your community can be difficult but don’t give up hope.
Sometimes you can meet the one in a more obvious place than you expect.