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Millennials and Generation Z-ers are “digital natives”– they’re the first generation to grow up with the internet, social media, cell phones, etc.They use their computers and smartphones for everything from finding a place to eat to buying a car, so using it to find a companion isn’t much of a stretch.Our report reveals that the number of relationships starting between colleagues and close friends has dropped from 18% to 12% since 2007.Our Marketing Director, Romain Bertrand, said: ‘In the decades to come, online dating will not only be an efficient way to meet a partner, but will be by far and away the most common way that couples meet and initially communicate.

As online dating becomes more commonplace and accepted, young love seekers are taking to the Web more willingly than their elders.

To join CROSSPATHS, local singles register through Facebook and express themselves through a profile.

Each profile goes through a quick approval process, after which members are free to mingle with single Christian men and women around them.

The CROSSPATHS dating app uses Mutual Matching technology to find local singles that want to meet you, so you’ll always know when there’s a mutual interest.

Simply swipe Yes or No to express your interest in other local singles.