For those who think that Christian dating rules should eschew all social media as a means of authentic connection, think again.That is certainly not what is being prescribed here.

I believe that the more a person rehearses God's word, the more it will become a part of them.

As a man or woman dedicated to the Christian faith - and with a devout focus on God’s place in our daily lives - navigating the waters of modern dating can be tricky indeed.

My boyfriend firmly believes that Christ brought us together, yet I am the one who practices my faith.

I came to this site to ensure that God remains the principal focus here and that whatever happens, God will protect both of us." reading this article and watching this video, I'm meditating on the topic of relationships.

So if you feel you “should” slow it down, do a double take and ask yourself if you’ve been able to see your potential partner’s “godliness” or what God has expressed through them and in them by virtue of their character.

If, on the other hand, there is an intuitive sense you get but that you just can’t quite put your finger on, that there is not enough here for either of you to justify such a rapid spark based on very little information or interaction, then it may very well be “too fast”.

However, one must also acknowledge the perils of technology and social media in particular.

So all good Christian dating advice has to consider what kinds of interactions technology is being used support.

As it is stated in the Bible, “Do not be unequally yoked with unbelievers. But, if you’re meeting online on a platform like Elite Singles, how can you get a sense of one’s commitment to faith?