Ideally, it would be great to meet someone who I can get to know and fall in love with, and. . . you get the idea. In the event I do actually meet someone special (God Willing) , here are some things I'm looking for:
Someone who I can talk to, who has a great sense of humor, who will laugh at my silly jokes, who is spontaneous, who can think outside of the box, who is attractive, who MAKES AN EFFORT to stay in shape, someone who is NOT legalistic or self righteous, someone who is patient, and forgiving - and will help me overcome my faults. . . and just in case you were wondering, I'm looking for someone who loves Jesus too (duh). . . I'm pretty laid back, kind of shy, very intense at times, but always throw out jokes to make people laugh. While I do like to joke around and just kind of "goof off", I do have a very serious side and like to have intellectual discussions too. . . just in case you were wondering :)
Some of my interests include roller blading, internet chess, movies, walks, road trips, eating, hanging out with friends, writing, swing dancing, sleeping, biking, history channel, lifing weights, internet marketing. . . and did I mention sleeping? Actually, I don't seem get NEARLY as much sleep as I need! I guess you could say I'm a John 3:16 kind of Christian. I don't beleive in "super Christians" - but I do beleive Christ died to take away the sins of those who think they are super Christians. . . . . . .
I do tend to view things a little bit differently than a lot of Christians I run into. I'm not talking heresy here - Jesus IS the way - but there are certain theologies I hear floating around in the church that kind of make me cringe. . . not that I can't see another's point of view, but some things I hear just don't seem Biblical. An example is the idea that its a sin to drink alcohol - which is not a Biblical teaching, but a very LEGALISTIC teaching which is not from God, but from man. There are definately warnings against the dangers of drinking alcohol - and its DEFINATELY a sin to get drunk - but given the fact the Jesus turned water into wine, I think He's ok with me enjoying a beer. . . Having said that, I'm human and am therefore flawed. . . I don't have "perfect" theology. But sometimes, I wish more Christians would stop, think, and say, "hey, there is something that is not right about this".
Anyway, that's about it for now, so I'm going to sign off. Please write if you would like to get to know me, and if I'm interested, I'll write back!