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    How to Find a (Christian) Marriage Partner
    Floyd Schneider
    If you are over 18 and still single, you�ve probably wondered:

    How Have Other People Found a Christian Marriage Partner?
    Does God want ME to marry at all?
    How Do I Find GOD�s Choice?
    Where Do I Look to Find My Future Mate?
    Where Can I Get Some Good Advice?
    How Do I Get to Know the Person I�ve Chose

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    If you are over 18 and still single, you�ve probably wondered:

    How Have Other People Found a Christian Marriage Partner?
    Does God want ME to marry at all?
    How Do I Find GOD�s Choice?
    Where Do I Look to Find My Future Mate?
    Where Can I Get Some Good Advice?
    How Do I Get to Know the Person I�ve Chosen?
    How Do I Keep My Marriage Partner For Life?

    I never dreamed that God would give me a side-hobby as a match-maker. My best qualification for writing this booklet is quite simple: I successfully met, wooed, and married the woman of my dreams. We�ve been happily married for over 36 years. Having had hundreds of conversations about students� love lives, the biggest question was always: How can I find God�s choice of a Christian marriage partner?

    After reading this booklet, I hope you find who you�re looking for. I did.

    If that �right� person hasn�t come along yet, and you find yourself getting older, check out the book, Singled Out, by Christine Colon, Brazos Press, June 2009. An exciting book!

    Christine and I met in Bible College in Colorado. We fell in love and got married (1973) with the understanding that we would always use the Bible as our guide in our marriage. I graduated from Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon, and we were missionaries for 15 years in Austria, and a bit in Russia. I started my second career as a match-maker when I began teaching missions courses at Emmaus Bible College, in Dubuque, Iowa. We now live in Spokane, WA, where I am pastoring the good folks at Sunrise Bible Church. I also teach at Moody Bible Institute�Spokane Branch. I suspect that my match-making days are not over.

    We have two sons, both of whom asked us for advice and help in choosing their marriage partners. It worked. Five grandchildren call us Granddad and Granny.
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