Help for Christians who want to meet fellow believers

Help for Christians

July 2006

“Christians believe that the Bible teaches believers should only marry fellow believers.

For many people, through their churches, involvement with Christian organisations or perhaps a Bible college course, they’ve met the person they wish to spend the rest of their lives with.

But what if your local church, or nearby churches have no eligible single Christian people looking for serious friendship or romance?

What if you have dated the only male/female in your church, and you didn’t click?

What if you are a shy and retiring person and simply do not have the confidence to start up conversations with people of the opposite sex, even if they are Christians?

What if you have been hurt someone times in past relationships you are wary of getting hurt again, yet want to find love?

What if ….. what if … what if … .!!!!

For singles, there can be many ‘what ifs’, and being a Christian single can be a very lonely place.

friendsfirst was established six years ago to help Christian singles develop Christian friendships, and then, such friendships may develop into something more romantic.

To date the organisation has helped well over 2000 people and has played a major part in no fewer than 47 marriages.

What if you, or a single Christian you know contacted them?  God knows, and you can find out!

For more information, contact friendsfirst by writing to them at PO Box 4853, Stratford Upon Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 1FZ or telephoning 0121 427 1286 or by emailing: info@friends1st.co.uk,or by visiting www.friends1st.co.uk.”

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“We two met (after initially corresponding via your office) early in July. Even on our second meeting we were starting to feel at ease in each others company, the excitement […]

(Brian, Solicitor and Fran, Community Carer)

“When I got your profiles, no-one really jumped out at me and I did nothing. Then I reread your bumf and thought I should take your advice and be proactive […]

(Marie, Pastoral Care worker)

“How can I ever thank you enough for encouraging me to write to Peter in Birmingham. He has chosen me out of dozens to marry. We have both said Yes. […]

(Jane, Housekeeper)

“Hi Katharine, We are not feeling lonely anymore thank you! Through friendsfirst James and I met.  Dates went well and we fell in love.  Three weeks ago we got engaged.  We are […]

(Tracy and James)

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