You need to be a bit cautious about who you date, and what values the person holds on to.
If values agree at both ends, your chances are tremendously increased.
The point I am making is, stay away from situations that will make you compromise your values, Every man is made of a certain stock and your faith must be reflected in the activities you engage in. We have already established that you are every bit a Man, sin thrives in the darkness of secrecy, so come out into the light.
It is a sign of a healthy Christian dating situation when someone can walk into a conversation between the two of you, sit down and join in without feeling Awkward, even when you didn’t change the topic.Nobody can really maintain any set number of goals without some sort of checks or accountability besides themselves.I heard someone say the other day that the Christian values demanded in relationships were either impossible to attain in this century or were never really attainable.While I disagree with Him, I can really see why he would think that.Too many Christian men are looking to marry Mary the Mother of Christ, but she has been dead a long time now.
No one is perfect, what you need to look out for is the genuineness of faith and the drive to grow and become a better Christian.
Investing in emotions is not to be the first pursuit in a dating relationship for the Christian man, but discovery of personality.
Knowing someone will help you know from the get go if there is a reasonable chance of a more serious relationship blossoming, if you find that there isn’t, then it is easier at the early times to communicate your feelings and severe the relationship.
So get a mentor, and stay very transparent and open to Him or her.
Make sure your mentor is one with proven Christian character and convictions and preferably a good marriage record as well; otherwise it might be a case of the blind leading the blind.
No one is perfect, but the biggest room on earth is the room for improvement.