Website: 2001Website: 1996Both sites are owned by the same parent company and appear to utilize the same database of profiles. Joining is free but you must pay in order to utilize the services that actually connect you with people. The parent company owns many dating sites, not just these LDS ones. What is more, it is designed to be a Tinder-esque alternative for LDS members.
Website: 2000It is not clear who owns this site or where it operates out of. Website: Started: 2015You can sign up through either Facebook or Twitter. It does appear to be offered by those familiar with LDS life.
You should not date until you are at least 16 years old.
When you begin dating, go with one or more additional couples.
I received this question from a friend when I posted Elder Uchtdorf’s post about comparing the seer stones to cell phones: Hi Paul, I saw your post about the seer stone on your FB.
I did not want to comment on your timeline to avoid other people attacking me.
However, it does appear to be knowledgeable about LDS life. The site also collects information on LDS singles events around the country, such as singles' conferences. Website: Started: 2001This longtime site is entirely free and appears to be regularly maintained, except for comparisons to other LDS singles website. Website: Probably 2002This is more of a LDS social community website. The company that owns it also owns other faith based sites.
Success Story: When Sonata7 first wrote me on Mingle, she lived in California and I lived in Washington state.
Avoid going on frequent dates with the same person.
Developing serious relationships too early in life can limit the number of other people you meet and can perhaps lead to immorality.
Soon, we were talking on the phone almost daily, and when a job transfer took me clear to the east coast, we kept talking. Because of the distance, we both almost gave up more than once. If your idea of LDS dating doesn't include ice-blocks or a scavenger hunt, this is the place for you.
Having fun dating is definitely essential but at LDSMingle we focus on helping you make meaningful relationships with other Latter-day Saints.