- Eye Color
- Body Type
- Hair Color
- Looking For
- A Long Term Relationship
- Church Name
- Raised Wesleyan Methodist
- Church Attendance
- Every week
- Church Raised In
- Do you drink?
- Willing to relocate?
- Possibly, who knows
- Marital Status
- Do you have children?
- Yes but not living at home
- Do you want children?
- Does Not Want Children
- Education Level
- Some College
- My Profession
- Infant care
- Missions,Bluegrass music,country drives,reading,baking,cooking,Bible studies,sightseeing, home improvement,mountains,thunderstorms,traveling, and more!
- About Me
I'm very talented... I can push a grocery cart, hose down the porch, do laundry and even drive....... can also perform technical tasks, such as brushing my hair, mending, and working the leaf blower. Wonderful life skills too... I can drink water, breathe, and eat fried chicken. Handy around the house too... boil water, iron a shirt, use a fly swatter and turn on the water faucet.
I enjoy country drives. Especially on a day when the weather is mild and the windows can be left down in the car. It makes me feel free and peaceful and as though an adventure might be just around the corner. I also enjoy a variety of activities which includes Bible studies, mountains, traditional hymn singing, violin and other stringed instruments, folk music, bluegrass, and more. I dislike game shows and sports.
Most passionate about helping others make it to Heaven! I'd like to find a kind, humble, patient man who brings out the best in me!
Being a Christian and helping others to know Jesus are more important than anything to me. The choices we make in this short span of time we call life determines where we spend eternity.
Most people live as though this life is everything, but Jesus is everything.
- First Date
- Walking, a coffee shop, a car or air show. A place we can talk and get to know each other.
If you have read (or are willing to read) the book: Love, Sex and Lasting relationships by Chip Ingram... that is a bonus in your favor. I've read it a couple times and recommended it to many. It's beneficial reading for both unmarried and even already married people.
The following was sent to me in an email from a singles group I use to be associated when I lived in the Cincinnati area:
"Victorious Single Living" Recap
During our May meeting, we discussed how to live for God in a sinful world.
God calls us to live lives of purity and holiness, yet we are bombarded with images every day that tempt us to sin. So, how can we overcome these temptations? Hebrews 4:15 states, For we have not an high priest which cannot be touched with the feeling of our infirmities; but was in all points tempted like as we are, yet without sin.
Thus, we must look to Jesus as our example of how to overcome temptation. When Satan tempted Jesus with bread in Matthew 4:3, Jesus had been fasting for forty days and forty nights. Thus, Jesus had a physical need (food), and therefore, Satan tempted Him with the very thing He needed. However, Jesus responded with the Word of God: ?Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God? (Matthew 4:4).
This is a great lesson for singles, because when we have a need (a need for money, companionship, etc.), Satan will try to fill that need with something that will look good, but it will take us out of the will of God. It is much better to wait for God to fill our needs and to remember that the spiritual benefits of living holy lives for God far outweigh the temporary benefits that the Satan offers.
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