Offering men seeking men or women seeking women options should be a no-brainer — but eharmony's founders are pretty conservative. Perhaps most useful is the fact that any member can see who has visited their profile and they can decide whether or not they want to visit them back and check out their pictures. On the other hand, the success Spark Networks has achieved by catering its Christian Mingle brand to the same audience that Warren disavowed shows that evangelicals are still a numerical force worth reaching out to. Speaking of customer service: it's just mediocre at best. The format for photos on the site is a square, so it's helpful to size your photo to a square prior to uploading.
If the people you meet are legit it can be nerve-wracking to put yourself out there online without knowing. But while the scope and extent to which Christian online dating services affect evangelicals and American culture remains to be seen, we do know that more Americans are finding their spouses online and that Christian matchmaking services are growing. That evangelicals would take opposing positions on an issue is no surprise; evangelicals have been a fluid and difficult-to-define group throughout their history, so making predictions for their future is tenuous at best.