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The service is unique because “we have a variety of ways for our clients to meet like-minded people (matchmaking, live interactive events, seminars, church tours, etc.) and save .” Typical online dating can be extremely time-consuming, explains Scott, and no one is fully vetting each person (background check, making sure they are not married, unstable, etc.).“At The Scott Firm we can validate each person’s real expectations, values, love languages, nonnegotiables, life goals, dating trends, and physical preferences—saving each person an average of one year of dating the wrong person(s).” Scott, taking Genesis to heart, believes this service is helpful to Advent-ists.“After a soul-stirring sermon at church many folks, from across the country, expressed to me that it was hard to ask someone out, so my colleagues and I created a healthy environment to do so through upscale, interactive events and actual matchmaking/coaching.” So what is The Scott Firm?According to founder Scott, “it’s a premiere faith-based relationship firm that helps people in these stages of their life: dating, engagement, and marriage.” Scott has been matchmaking for more than three years, and The Scott Firm was birthed more than a year ago.Davis isn’t alone in wanting to find a life partner—or in trying to find one through online dating. While there aren’t exact numbers on Adventist singles in America—or around the world, for that matter—it is safe to assume that a portion of those 40 million online daters are Adventist and single. By 2011 the median age was 28.9 for men, 26.9 for women.
Trans daters can be easily overlooked by the general dating populace.People graduate from college and migrate, leaving home churches and friends behind.For many who finally decide that they’d rather not be single, online dating is a viable option—especially in a culture in which people are both busy and tech-savvy.Last year a college friend of mine came out as a transgender woman.It was a shocking revelation to those of us who’d known a rowdy, raunchy frat boy in undergrad and suddenly saw the poised, purple-haired woman who’d been hiding for all those years.