I dated this man due to some bad advice from a fellow Christian, only to have my heart broken repeatedly with this man.

Anyway HE SAID: Whether it’s the result of the death of a spouse or divorce, it seems like more and more people are re-entering the single classification, oftentimes many decades removed from the dating scene.

Too often I hear of singles telling me they’ve attended church for years, but haven’t met anyone.

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Make sure they know you have kids but that you also would like to be married again one day. There are some great resources on blended families by Laura Petheridge.

Don’t be afraid to ask a guy out to coffee versus waiting for him to ask you out. Also, a great new resource is the “Dating Manifesto” by Lisa Anderson.

While a surprisingly low percentage of married couples meet at church (studies have shown anywhere between four and ten percent), if a Christ following believer is your first and foremost requirement, you have to begin with where they would (most likely) be.

Getting at your local church would be my initial (but not only) place to begin.

Hi, I'm at a place in my life where I really want to settle down with a man, I am a single mum of three children, but I'm struggling as I don't seem to get any male "attention" as I am.

I've been on my own for the past 8 years & the only man to "ask me out" was only in the last 8 months & he was a non-Christian.EDITOR'S NOTE: He Said-She Said is a biweekly advice column for singles featuring a question from a reader with responses from a male and female point of view.If you've got a question about anything related to singleness or living the single life, please submit it to [email protected] (selected questions will be posted anonymously).” Too often, we want a simple solution to our problems and aren’t willing to put in the time and to achieve our goals. A couple of years ago I moved to a new state and went to a church that following Sunday, by myself.I knew no one there and was ready to exit after service when I felt God telling me to go back in and get involved.I find percentage wise that more people fall in love who are serving and leading in ministry than those who are not.