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The new look of Christian Mingle also represents the new leadership, goals, and heart behind the company: to connect single Christians into Christ-honoring lifelong relationships.

Debra Fileta Professional Counselor and Author/Founder of ' True Love Dates' and True Love In the crazy world of online dating, Christian Mingle is a safe place for all kinds of Christians to find connections with people who think of their faith as an asset, not some sort of weird accessory.

The new Christian Mingle has become a full service stop for people of faith wanting a meaningful relationship in their lives, a relationship with someone who shares their spiritual and moral convictions, even if that someone doesn’t necessarily wear those convictions on their sleeves.

As Amy Webb tells it, finding her husband was as easy as making a list.

"You'll know your list is finished when the person you've described suddenly feels real and tangible," she writes in the appendix to her memoir-cum-online-dating-advice book .

"In my case, I could literally see [my husband] in my mind's eye before we'd even met.

This isn't spiritual hoo-ha or some kind of 'visualize your destiny and it will appear' [baloney]. But in the early days, I frequently drew them up at the same time I was nurturing a crush, which meant each list bore a suspicious resemblance to the current man of my dreams.

It's about digging deep and writing a really thorough character profile so that you can use it to find that person in real life." In her case, that profile began as a 72-point description of her ideal man, a set of attributes she later culled down to 10 essentials and 15 pretty important traits. Webb started hers the night after a devastating date.

Through further analysis and charting (let's just say she's a tiny bit obsessed with spreadsheets), she resolved to use her list as a rubric for dates.

Thereafter, she would only date men who met a minimum eligibility threshold, based on the traits she deemed most important.

In some respects, Webb's basic approach seems wise.