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After the six minute conversation, you are asked to label each name with either “interested,” “not interested,” or “just friends.” At the end of the evening, you are given a chance to finalize your thoughts and turn in the sheet of paper to the organizer, who tallies the results over the next couple of days.
Now, speed dating rules aren’t set in stone, so take what I am saying as a guide of what you might encounter if you are itching to try it.This guy also told me that he was convinced there was a God because when he was young and drunk, he drove into a house, totaled his car, and walked away without a scratch. One Filipino fellow was considering joining his friend in Ecuador on a mission trip.He sounded like he might be a Christian, or at least a churchgoer.If you pick, say, “Harry” as the one you are “interested” in on your sheet of paper, and Harry checks “interested” by your name on his sheet of paper, then you have a match.The speed dating organizer then calls both parties and gives the corresponding phone numbers.I had been in a dating drought for more years than I wished to count.
I think part of the problem was that many Christian guys at the time had been told to “kiss dating goodbye” and hadn’t yet been encouraged to embrace the better concept of “kissing dating hello.” The confusion concerning courting versus dating didn’t help matters. And I waited for the opportunity to ask or rephrase or possibly even drop questions of faith like Do you go to church? Since my concern was to get each individual man’s story and not scrutinize whether the man was date material or not, I decided to take a wait-and-see approach on many questions.
I found out he was Jewish and had some hard times with the church, so he didn’t really do the church thing anymore. Soon followed a skinny guy who mentioned he used to go to church.
He liked playing volleyball, so I told him to call my church because one of the members there played in a city league. Then came the blonde-haired guy who I had eyed earlier walking in. I think it was because he had a good sense of humor. Without flinching, he told me he didn’t go because he found the preaching boring and ill-prepared. And then he added, “I am not against going to church.” I couldn’t tell if that was an honest answer or just a way to please me.
And then there was the guy who worked at the Edgar Cayce Institute.
He looked like he wanted to duck under the table when he found out that I worked at CBN!
” I think I mentioned that I had just finished my speed dating session and I couldn’t stay because I wasn’t a 20-something.