OUR MISSION On Day Six is about EDUCATING A GENERATION on how to date, how to choose a mate and how to love the mate you choose.
CCD, in real time, helps visitors find God’s match for your life and can be accessed by visiting the website to upload profiles and connect with other like-minded individuals who have a relationship with Jesus Christ. Online dating through Caribbean Christian Dating targets its users through a self-selecting experience.
Find us on We would encourage everyone to look for partners who have the same cultural and spiritual or religious background. This premise is based on the belief that Christianity is central to whom a person is and, therefore, the driving force behind what Christians look for in a potential mate.
In addition, to manually reviewing all profile text and photos submitted by members, CCD has created other methods to ensure the website remains safe.
It identifies flagged profiles with concerning material and eliminates fraudulent activity.
A California man accused of raping a woman he met through a Christian dating website may have a long history of sexually assaulting woman, prosecutors believe.
Del Mar man Sean Patrick Banks was arrest Monday on suspicion of two sex-assault charges and one count of residential burglary.
Dangerous: Police fear Sean Patrick Banks may have raped multiple women he met online at After posting 0,000 bail he was released on his own recognizance.
Police say Banks found his alleged victim on using the name 'Rarity.' He also contacted women on the site using the names 'Rylan Butterwood' and 'Rylan Harbough.' He visited her at her La Mesa home, where he allegedly raped her.
'After further follow-up in the investigation, the La Mesa Police Department is concerned there may have been more cases (involving) other women,' Lt. Predator: Banks contacted women through the site using multiple aliases, some of whom he may have assaulted If convicted Banks faces 36 years to life in prison.
He is next scheduled in court on March 1 for a readiness conference.
Anyone with information on Banks can contact Detective Tina Scott at 619-667-7538.