Dating events from the birth of christ
By becoming a Member, you represent and warrant that you are at least 18 years old.Either you or TCC may terminate your TCC membership at any time, for any reason, effective upon sending written notice electronically to the other party.While TCC is designed for Christian single men to connect with single women, and vice versa, anyone who is presently single (i.e.not legally married) from any background is permitted to join.Genesis -24; Matthew 19:5-6; Mark 10:7-8; Ephesians -33; Colossians -19; 1 Peter 3:1-7; Hebrews 13:4.In furtherance of this purpose and to honor and promote our moral and religious beliefs, we donate a portion of our business proceeds to organizations that promote strong traditional marriages, such as Focus on the Family.
This covenant relationship also represents the union between Christ and His Body (the church).
This includes no obligation whatsoever for the TCC service to grant you access to retrieve any information you have posted on your profile or mail you have sent other members to their mailbox on the TCC service or which other members have sent to your mailbox on the TCC service, or any other access whatsoever if you do not have time left in your account to access the TCC service, whether from free time which we have granted you (entirely at our discretion), or paid time which you have purchased from the TCC service.
The only obligation the TCC service has to you, in the event you do not wish to purchase additional access to the TCC service, or the TCC service decides to grant you additional free access to the TCC service, entirely at their own discretion, is to either archive your profile (such that it will not remain visible to any other member for the duration of it being archived) until you decide to either unarchive it or delete it, upon your explicit written request, or delete your profile from the TCC service upon your explicit written request.
It is designed for single men to connect with single women, and vice versa, for the purposes of exclusive romantic relationships, with the goal being marriage.
As a matter of belief, doctrine, and religious practice, TCC reserves the term marriage for the covenant relationship between one man (husband) and one woman (wife) to the exclusion of all others, as ordained by God.