Christian Mingle, Coffee Meets Bagel and e Harmony are the only apps that have a majority of female users — and two of these apps have the highest user turnover week over week.
Grindr and Happn have some of the the most engaged users, but for very different reasons.***Which dating apps are most popular?
They’ve been told the lie that a “woman of God” lets the man initiate, pursue and make things happen.
This leaves women feeling powerless—as though they have no control in their relationship status and no right to take initiative themselves.
Start a group, initiate a conversation, share your concern and do what you can to create a places for singles in the body of Christ to connect.
Part of the problem with the lack of interaction among sexes is that woman have been taught that their role is to simply do nothing.
We began our analysis by looking at dating app market share (in terms of American i OS and Android users) of twenty of the most popular dating apps to see which has the most users: Tinder sits comfortably on the top of the list with a quarter more users than the closest competitor, Plenty Of Fish (POF), and two and a half times the market share of OKCupid and e Harmony, which also rank highly.
I believe that the more we talk about these things, the more we’ll know. is a Licensed Professional Counselor, relationship expert, national speaker, and author of the book True Love Dates.
Men are looking for a cross between Mother Teresa and America’s Next Top Model, while women are after the Jesus-loving-Brad-Pitt.
As I read through and interacted with the comments, five big-picture themes emerged as to why #The Dating Scene is on snooze for most single Christians: One of the most common things that many singles reported experiencing from the opposite sex is the unrealistic standard of what they’re looking for in a relationship.
Too many churches are not offering a way for their singles to meet—leaving them to fend for themselves with things like social media, online dating and everything in between in an attempt to meet.
We offer groups for every other category of life, but when it comes to singles—if you’re past college, there’s a good chance you’re out of luck when it comes to finding a group to connect with at your local church.
I asked singles to tell me why Christian singles aren’t dating. The comments rolled in, and some fantastic conversation came of it.