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If you are a single Christian woman, how will you know when a man truly loves you? Perhaps a man is expressing interested or even said the words, “I love you.” But how will you know if he truly means what he says?
How can you know whether or not a Christian guy likes you?
What type of guy should a Christian woman look for if she wants to date and get married one day? While there are many qualities of a godly man that a Christian woman should look for in a husband, it is just as important to know what type of qualities you do not want to see in a guy.
So what are some Christian dating red flags that a woman should look for when she is interested in dating a man? Here are 5 types of guys Christian women should avoid.
How long should a Christian girl wait for a guy to make a move if she really likes him? What is enough time to give him an opportunity to pursue her while also not waiting too long and wasting one’s time?
Here are 3 tips for Christian single women looking for advice about the unknowns of Christian singleness.
If a Christian guy is being nice to you, how can you tell if he is just being polite or if he actually likes you as more than a friend?