You need to be a bit cautious about who you date, and what values the person holds on to.
If values agree at both ends, your chances are tremendously increased.
I know I have said it many times before, but it can’t be overemphasized.
Prayer increases focus and our sensitivity to hear from God.
It’s a tricky path and compromising those values is rather easy and much more so if you are too worried about relevance among your peers or trying too hard to escape the harsh societal stereotype of the Christian man.
Maintaining these values are really a matter of choice and the strength of your convictions.
The society is no more such as can encourage a genuinely held Christian set of values.
I know the ropes because I too have walked it, tail between my legs sometimes and some other times chest out.
Keeping the situation in the dark will leave you very open to the suggestions of compromise.
Too many Christian men are looking to marry Mary the Mother of Christ, but she has been dead a long time now.
No one is perfect, what you need to look out for is the genuineness of faith and the drive to grow and become a better Christian.
One of the most potent killers of relationships is when the two parties are pulling against each other; headed in different directions.
If you are a Christian man hoping to remain pure and focused through the dating phase, its already difficult enough trying, you don’t want to complicate it by dating someone who wants different things than you.