Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. More than , Mormons have used Mutual, a dating app for the faithful. CNN Benjamin Brown is a glasses-wearing lawyer who flavors his language with words like "heck" and "gosh. Mormon doctrine holds that intrafaith marriage -- a union to another Mormon inside the church's temples -- is essential for salvation in the highest level of heaven.
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I moved out east when I got home from the mission, and the sudden scarcity of Mormon guys to date combined with my post-mission awkwardness lead to going on exactly one date for the whole first year home sorry prez! This app turned that around. With it I started going on dates again—albeit not a ton, but dates still the same. Not a big deal, but good to be aware of. I also wish the notifications could make a sound when I get a message instead of just being a silent banner. Made all the difference.
Swiping for salvation: Why Mormon singles put their faith in a dating app
Mutual app was designed by BYU grads who are knowledgeable of how hard it could be to meet some people with similar standards and interests, particularly outside of Provo. What makes Mutual app different is that it offers some features that will help you get to know some LDS singles beyond their profile pictures, through highlighting information including mission location, interests you have in common, and mutual friends with possible matches. Everybody is needed to sign in through Facebook to make sure that those who they claim to be and every profile gets reviewed by one of the LDS team members before they can actually enter the community. You can browse other members for free. It is also free to rate and view your daily matches, keep track of who is viewing your profile online, view profiles with some photos and complete profile information, and swipe to meet other LDS singles.