Christian Singles In Fun small group conversations/discussions PLUS social events and impromptu outings, activities, trips, and more Teaching series are done by Janie Mills.Janie is one of the original founders of this Christ Centered Group, has been in Singles Ministry for over 24 years, has taught hundreds and hundreds of singles through healthy relationships and Divorce Recovery. If you can't come in time for the meal, you can still come for the Message at 7pm and Small Group Mixer.Question: "Should Christians of different denominations date or marry? The Bible speaks of being "unequally yoked" (2 Corinthians ), but this only refers to believers and unbelievers. The most important issue is whether both individuals know Jesus Christ as Savior.Midde East is a friendly Christian online meeting place for single Middle East Christians irrespective church denomination.A while back I posted a question from Calvin, a Reformed dispensationalist fundamentalist, and Aimee, a Pentecostal, who have fallen in love and want to get married. Dear Calvin and Aimee, I'm tempted to start by saying your question has me singing a version of a great song as "Pentecostal Woman, Calvinistic Man, We Get Together Every Time We Can…" But I won't do that, because that would be wrong.Christ’s role and a husband’s role do differ because only Christ alone can truly cleanse us.However, a husband is responsible to lead his wife in sanctification, as this verse explains with the imagery of Christ and His bride.
Here are some questions to help you think it through ethically.While you do not have to commit to marrying this person right away, you should realize that any guy-girl relationship you begin has the potential to end in marriage. That is why it is important to consider some warning signs you will look for while dating someone. If you desire to have a marriage relationship built on Scripture, you will want to marry a man who will be a strong spiritual leader to you and your future family. Your spiritual maturity may result in frustration and leadership struggles if he is not as strong as you in his relationship with God. Ultimately, your spiritual condition is up to you and you alone.If there is always that possibility, then you must ask yourself whether this person has the qualities you will need in a husband. Ask yourself these questions: How strong is his relationship with Jesus Christ? How passionate is he about reading God’s Word, prayer, and fellowship with other believers in a biblically solid church? However, in Ephesians Paul compares a husband’s role toward his wife with that of Christ’s role toward His Bride, the Church, “Husbands, love your wives, as Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her, that he might sanctify her, having cleansed her by the washing of water with the word, so that he might present the church to himself in splendor, without spot or wrinkle or any such thing, the she might be holy and without blemish,” (Ephesians -27, emphasis mine).If you, Calvin, equate Calvinism or dispensationalism with the gospel, don't marry Aimee.If you, Aimee, equate baptism with the Holy Spirit or the freedom of the will with the gospel, don't marry Calvin.It does not refer to two believers who happen to have some beliefs that are different.