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World Wide Search: The Savvy Christian's Guide to Online Datingby Cheryl Green
Synopses & Reviews
Find a Soul-Deep Relationship Online.
In today’s fast-paced world, singles are turning to the Internet in the hopes of finding a relationship that goes deeper than superficial conversation. As many as 3,000 Christian matchmaker web sites boast more than 2 million members. But with so much happening online, how can a person know the best place to start and how to proceed?
Online dating has the potential to put a meaningful soul connection literally at your fingertips. The search for a special relationship via the Internet holds great promise, but also significant risk. Fortunately, the support and guidance in this book can point you in the right direction, make you aware of the dangers, and prepare you to enjoy the unique blessings of dating online.
World Wide Search will increase your effectiveness by helping you:
Tap into crucial, Bible-based insights and support.
Determine if the timing is right for online dating.
Evaluate your goals and expectations before the first date.
Master the skill of safe online communication.
Reduce your chances for hurt and disappointment.
Find an authentic, soul-deep connection online.
Whether you are new to online dating or simply looking for ways to improve your approach, this is the supportive, trustworthy guide you need to help you succeed as you seek “the one” online.
Cheryl Green is co-moderator of the largest Christian single adult message board and online Christian singles community on Yahoo! (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ChristianSinglesFellowship/). She is a gifted motivational speaker,
Table of Contents
Before you create a screen name — What you need going in — Look inside before you log on — Check your goals and motivations — Rules of the cyber-road — Online dating secrets revealed — Looking for love in all the right places — Your identity in cyberspace — Make a connection that matters — Breaking up is still hard to do — Perverts, players, psychopaths, and cyberstalkers — You met someone special-now what? — Is he (or she) "the one"? — From virtual to reality.
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