Christian Singles Chat

Christian Singles Chat Rewind: Agree Or Disagree?

by Yvonne Chase

Agree or Disagree? Tonight’s Christian singles chat was great.  I switched it up a bit.  Instead of questions, I threw out statements with the option to agree or disagree then share why.  Statements 1, 2 and 3 got the chat off to a great start. Statement 1: “Sexual temptation/frustration is a great reason to get […]

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Christian Singles Chat Rewind: Let’s Make Out?

by Yvonne Chase

Eating Face? Tonight’s Christian singles chat was all about making out or as one participant calls it, eating face.  I’ve never ever heard it called that.  I’ve heard sucking face, tonsil hockey and swapping spit.  Eating face? That’s a new one for me. Kissing And Petting We tackled the question, should Christian singles be making […]

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Christian Singles Chat Rewind: Should Christians Only Date To Mate?

by Yvonne Chase

What’s The Point of Dating Otherwise? Should Christians only date for the purpose of finding a mate was the topic of this weeks Christian Singles Chat.  The general consensus was, what’s the point of dating otherwise.  One participant brought up a valid point when she said, “It depends on age and maturity.  A seventeen to […]

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Christian Singles Chat Rewind: A Purpose Driven Single Life

by Yvonne Chase

Great Discussion Tonight’s Twitter #ChristianSinglesChat was another success.  To God be the glory.  Going in, I didn’t know who would show up yet God in his faithfulness sent a good batch of people that made for a great discussion.  My heart sang when someone said, “This chat was uplifting and fun” and another said, “This […]

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Christian Singles Chat Rewind: Better Celibate Than Sorry

by Yvonne Chase

Abstaining From All Sexual Relations Last night I led the first Christian singles chat on Twitter and I would say God was pleased.  I believe he would say, well done, good and faithful servant.  We talked about living a celibate life; what that means and how it looks.  The general consensus was, living a celibate […]

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