Cheap Friend, a popular dating app that connects people with their favorite friends, has partnered with the Evangelical Christian church of the same name in the U.S. for a new app that uses the Bible as its guide to finding love.
The app will let people explore what’s popular in the world, including popular dating apps like Tinder and OKCupid, and then use the Bible to find the one that’s right for them.
The new app, called Friendbook, is currently in beta, and will be released later this month, but it’s already receiving a lot of positive feedback from users.
“It’s like an evangelical church app,” one person wrote in a review.
“If you have friends that have different beliefs than you, it’s hard to find a match.”
The company, founded by evangelical evangelist David T. Anderson, has also worked with the evangelical Evangelical Fellowship of North America, an umbrella organization for churches that share similar beliefs.
The company recently launched a new partnership with the South Carolina-based church of South Carolina, which has a sizable evangelical following in the state.
The two groups will begin releasing the app in the next few weeks, but according to Anderson, the goal is to make it the most compatible dating app out there.
“Our mission is to find our place in the church community and to connect with people who share that mission,” Anderson said in a statement.
“With this app, we are providing a platform to be the bridge between faith and secular life, as well as an avenue for our members to connect and share their faith with others.”
The Bible is also the bible that the Evangelicals use to guide the dating app, and it’s the source of a lot the religion’s religious practices.
The Bible, as it is commonly known, is divided into 101 books, according to the New Testament, with some books like Revelation and the Book of Revelations and others like Matthew and Luke.
Many of these books are written about the creation of the world and the human race.
These books are considered to be foundational to the religions’ belief systems.
The majority of the Bible is in Hebrew and Aramaic, but there are other languages, such as Aramaic and Hebrew, which are believed to have influence on the Bible.
“We are working on the assumption that a lot will be lost with the translations of the New Translation,” Anderson explained.
“And a lot can be gained with the Aramaic translations.
We want to be able to use the Aramacos to make a better translation of the Hebrew.”
The app’s design will be inspired by the Bible’s use of the word “gift,” which Anderson said will help the app stand out from other dating apps.
“When you’re in a relationship with someone, your gift is something that you give to them and they give to you,” Anderson added.
“So the gift is very much an intrinsic part of the relationship.”
The new Bible app will also have a special feature that Anderson hopes will make it even more appealing for Evangelicals, who often are hesitant to talk to people outside their own denomination.
The feature will be the “baptism button,” which will let you baptize someone with the Bible and ask them to sign it.
The Baptism button will let Evangelicals baptize anyone they’re interested in.
The Baptist denomination of Southern Baptist Convention has a reputation for being a strict and strict denomination.
In some ways, the church is also known for having a strict religious structure, and Evangelicals may not be comfortable getting involved in a church they may not understand.
“I think it’s important to remember that there are millions of Evangelicals in the United States,” Anderson noted.
“They are an integral part of this country, they are a part of our culture, they can be part of many of our values, but I think there’s also a tremendous amount of fear in Evangelicals that they will be stigmatized or not get baptized.”
“We want to make sure that the Baptism Button is accessible to everyone in the country, not just the Evangelically,” Anderson concluded.