The site serves 25 countries with more than 8 languages.
It’s on 5 continents and has offices all over the place including Dallas, Hollywood, Tokyo, Rio De Janiero, and Beijing. Its alexa ranking is 368 out of the hundreds of millions of sites and more online.
PROS- -Facebook App and More- has a lot of app support including for Facebook and Mobile.
The Facebook integration is nice too, so you can share your activities with others in your network.
There's a lot of filter options for the Cafe, and after all "Christian" can mean really different things to different people.
is for more Christians who want to make sure that they are finding other Christians, but care about having the widest possible amount of profiles to search at the same time.
Christian Mingle does a pretty good job as well, of course, but Christian Café allows you to say how much you go on missions, how important this is to you, and so on with a lot more options.
only allows you to pick “Christian” in general for your religion, though you can choose “Christian-Protestant, Christian-Catholic, and Christian-Other,” now, as well as add whether any of these is a deal breaker.
The “Christian faith” drop-down menu will tell how committed the person is to their faith, so you can search based on that.-Huge User Base of 17 Million- These users visit the site around 93 million times per month.This means you can even find users in remote areas, though obviously only a small percentage of these will be Christians.The “Church involvement” section is way deeper than Christian Mingle too.-Block Members- -Huge Variety of Options- You have more options for searching here than on a lot of other sites.
-Free Search without Signing Up- One advantage Christian Cafe has over Christian Mingle is that you don’t have to go through the process of signing up in order to do a search.