Excitement Reigns as Christians Discover New Dating Site God's Date Match

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God's Faithbook, the web's number one non-dating Christian Network, to offer members free access to matchmaking component.

For the past few months, God’s Faithbook’s newsletter has been seeking membership input regarding addition of a possible dating component. As of late, these requests have quieted down, suggesting sufficient information may now have been obtained.

Observers agree, while these were merely trial balloons, reaction to the idea may have been favorable enough to put such a project into a fast-forward, high priority status.

Another clue! Insiders close to the hierarchy of God’s Faithbook (http://www.godsfaithbook.com) appear gushing over “something”. If it is the overwhelming thumbs-up to a possible dating component, this could clear the way for what could become the world’s largest Christian dating site. And right now, there appears to be room for exactly such a master site properly focused to dominate them all.

What does properly focused mean?

Possibly the answer lies in why God’s Faithbook grew to thousands in less than two years: it's the kind of member that it has been able to attract. According to their description of their mission: these are Christians who do not necessarily go to church on a regular basis and may or may not have been as ceremonial as they would have preferred. Yet, they still want to retain a feeling of closeness to the church’s tenets... remain devout at heart and live the Christian lifestyle. Accordingly, they seek a like-minded potential soul mate – and from their point of view, God’s Faithbook may provide the exact focus to make that happen.

Consider their competition. Currently, Christian Mingle is the top draw with an estimated seven million members followed by approximately 13 other Christian dating sites with far less impressive numbers. In fact, reports indicate that in many of these destinations, religion and reverence has little to do with why they attract traffic.

Recently, obscenities and disturbing chat have been causing growing concern among religious leaders because these sites have seemingly drifted far adrift from their original purpose to bring good Christians together with other good Christians.

Another factor that has to be causing angst among current Christian dating sites is the thousands of new members that God’s Faithbook acquired in less than two years. Far more than any of the current leaders had when they started. Obviously, God’s Faithbook knows how to draw attention and traffic. Something that is likely to cause much lost sleep among competitors.

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