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Ann and David

Ann joined friends1st in June 2003 when she was living in Christchurch in Dorset,  she hadn’t quite given up and decided to persevere in Christian dating and rejoined after her first year had finished.

It was a good job she decided persevere in Christian dating as it was then she met David from Whitchurch who’d joined us in March 2004. David was looking for a friend who could become a soul mate/partner who’d share his interests, and be someone to laugh with, who wants love affection and hugs! Having found that, Ann and David were married in June 2006. We were thrilled for them and so glad Ann had persevered with her dream to find someone special.

We think you have to have the same mindset at St. Paul in your quest to find a loving partner. Yes chances are bad things are going to happen along the way – you are going to be discouraged; some people won’t answer your letters or phone calls; some people will treat you badly – and sometimes you’re going to feel awful about it all. The key is you still need to persevere in Christian dating! 

In order to do this you need to take a note from St. Pauls book. Keep your goal fixed in your mind – and then the things that happen along the way won’t put you off your course. Keep in your minds eye the happiness you will find when you find if you persevere in Christian dating and your soul mate – and keep running the race to find them with this in mind. Then you’ll be able to persevere and you will reach your goal I assure you.

 

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