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Welcome to SovereignGraceSingles.com. Where Reformed Faith and Romance Come Together! We are the only Christian dating website for Christian Singles in the Reformed Faith worldwide. Our focus is to bring together Christian singles of all ages. Reformed single Christian men and women who wish to meet other Reformed Christian singles for spiritually, like-minded, loving relationships.

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Then the Lord God said, “It is not good for the man to be alone; I will make him a helper suitable for him.” - Genesis 2:18

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Meet Like Minded Believers Can two walk together except they be agreed? - Amos 3:3

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John Calvin puts forward a very simple reason why love is the greatest gift: “Because faith and hope are our own: love is diffused among others.” In other words, faith and hope benefit the possessor, but love always benefits another. In John 13:34–35 Jesus says, “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” Love always requires an “other” as an object; love cannot remain within itself, and that is part of what makes love the greatest gift.

SovereignGraceSingles

SGS offers a "fenced" community: both for private single members and also a public Protestant forums open to Bible-believing Christians such as Presbyterians, Lutherans, Reformed, Baptists, Church of Christ members, Pentecostals, Anglicans. Methodists, Charismatics, or any other conservative, Nicene-derived Christian Church.
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Testimonial by Jeff & Gracie

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Jeff and I met via SGS in August of 2017, soon after I (Gracie) decided to give it a try. I wasn't on SGS in search of a spouse--in fact, I thought I would happily live as a single person for the rest of my life. But I just happened to be desperate for Christian fellowship, having found myself in an area where the nearest reliable reformed church was two-and-a-half hours away. My plans of being happily single flew out the window as Jeff and I went from being friends to. . . well, friends. . . then FRIENDS. Jeff proved to be one of the most authentic, multi-faceted people I'd ever met. He was the sort of person who didn't just spout perfect orthodox reformed theology (which is important, to be sure,) but rather demonstrated that he understood real-person problems, needs, goals, and dreams. And importantly, he wasn't afraid to have fun. We could go from discussing the Christian life to sharing music to watching movies together (first we sent links back and forth through the chat function, then I got a really nice webcam so that Jeff could screen-share what he was watching in Minnesota while I looked on from Idaho.) By the time January rolled around, we were spending at least twenty hours a week chatting, video chatting, voice calling, and texting one another. (Sometimes we'd multitask so that we could spend time together; I'd turn on the webcam while I was cooking, or Jeff would call while he was driving.)

 

Anyway, Jeff decided it was time to come to Idaho for a visit. We both knew that we were getting serious, but we weren't quite prepared to tell each other what we were thinking. So, shortly before Jeff flew out, we each agreed to write each other an email with all the things we wanted to say to the other but hadn't. We sent each other the emails with strict instructions not to read them until we'd met in person. It was a trust exercise, of sorts. When we finally met in person for the first time, things moved so quickly that we didn't need to read each other the letters. After two days of visiting, we decided to spend the rest of our lives together, beginning in May of 2018. Though on paper our relationship had moved at a dizzying speed, we were both peaceful and confident that we had made the right choice. Because SGS sets its users up for long-distance relationships that force people to talk to get to know each other, the intensive periods of time Jeff and I had spent together resulted in a deep relationship within a matter of months. Today, we're enjoying our eight-month-old marriage with plans to continue that indefinitely. We live in an area with a great, supportive church and no lack of Christian fellowship. Jeff's pastor even turned out to be my former pastor's brother--who would have guessed? The only two downsides: I'm not used to Minnesota winters yet, and I have a really nice webcam that doesn't get much use.

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