Dating at church
If your church has membership — which it should — join formally. If the church has small groups or other discipleship opportunities, take advantage of those things. All Christians need to hear and read God’s Word regularly, and we need other believers around us to build us up, hold us accountable, help us examine ourselves to make sure we are in Christ, and help us grow spiritually.
Get to know people, and just as importantly, be transparent and let people get to know you. Second, and more to your question, it will put you in a better position to find a woman who clearly loves Jesus and whom you might pursue as a potential wife.
I’m 24 and have been actively seeking a Christian woman for quite some time now.
Find the Right Time There is a time and place to approach someone at church; this is important to know because it can be the difference between him or her taking you seriously—it would also be a negative comment on your character.
Scott now lives in the Louisville, Ky., area with his wife, Rachel, and son, William, where he works as an attorney and serves as an elder of Third Avenue Baptist Church.
If you ever tried to approach a guy or a girl in a church, you know that it is not that easy.
You do not want to talk to them during a service, as that would be disrespectful to them and God, which will definitely not be in your favor.
There is a time before and after the service which would be appropriate to seek someone out.