Another term used to describe pen pal is the word penfriend.
In recent years, pen pal correspondence with prison inmates has gained acceptance on the Internet.
While the expansion of the Internet has reduced the number of traditional penpals, penpal clubs can nowadays be found on the Internet, in magazine columns, newspapers, and sometimes through clubs or special interest groups.
Some people are looking for romantic interests, while others just want to find friends.
A modern variation on the traditional penpal arrangement is to have a keypal / epal and exchange email addresses as well as or instead of paper letters.
This has the advantage of saving money and being more immediate, allowing many messages to be exchanged in a short period of time.
Jesus spoke about marriage in Mark 10:9: "Therefore what God has joined together, let no one separate." It shows how much God values marriage.
Sadly, it also shows our brokenness, when we review the divorce rate, even among Christians.
Sometimes it feels like his plans are limiting us, and sometimes it's not easy to wait for God's timing.
These sites allow prisoners to place pen pal ads online; however, inmates in the United States and most of the world are not permitted to access the Internet.
Therefore the pen pal relationships with inmates are still conducted via postal mail.
However, many Christians can't find their soul mate in church, and many singles are simply too busy to maintain an active social life.
This is why we want to help unmarried Christians to meet other Christian singles — for a serious relationship, but also for fellowship and spiritual growth.
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