Passion 374 is a service for Christian singles, that encourages them to stay focused on God’s plan for their lives. Passion 374 offers life lessons on how to become a better potential life partner and increase the opportunities to meet someone Godly if that is what they desire.
At Passion 374 we believe that celibacy is not a disease; it is not a problem that must be solved. Celibacy is simply a social status, for an undetermined amount of time during which a Christian can serve God without limits. Singles should be the most on fire Christians and the most passionate in the Body of Christ.
Passion 374 supports Christian singles with a weekly publication of messages on www.passion374.com, both in French and English. Using various workshops and conferences, Passion 374 desires to proclaim the Word of God, a message of deliverance, healing, and passion for Christ.
What we believe
We believe that there is only one God, omnipresent and almighty. (Ephesians 4.6 and Genesis 17.1)
We believe that salvation comes only by grace, through the sacrifice of Jesus Christ on the cross. Those who received this salvation are the children of God. (Ephesians 2.8 and John 1.12)
We believe the Holy Spirit is with His church, comforting, guiding and teaching the children of God. (John 14.26)
We believe there is only one body, formed by all the children of God, no matter which local Christian church they attend. (Ephesians 4.4-5)
We believe each child of God should attend a local Christian church and serve God there with their talents. (Hebrews 10.24-25)
We believe that sex belongs to married couples only, that marriage is between a man and a woman, and that the children of God should desire to stay pure and holy. (Ephesians 5.3-5)
Tobias and Caroline’s story
Caroline gave her life to Christ in 1985. Despite her young age, Jesus became her best friend and she was water baptized the following year. In adolescence, she took some time away from God, to experience the world’s way. However, this separation didn’t last long, as she quickly learned that only God can fill her. She completely rededicated her life to Christ in 1998 and became a leader for young adults in her church.
Tobias followed his parents to many different Christian churches in Alberta and was baptized early in his childhood. As a teenager, he took a path away from God, but just like Caroline, he quickly realized that God is the only way. He then leads the youth worship group in his church and was a youth leader. Then at 26, he decided to leave Alberta for a career opportunity in Montreal.
It’s in Montreal that Tobias and Caroline met, after exchanging few messages through a Christian dating site. Being new to Montreal, Tobias decided to attend the same church as Caroline. In their courtship, they kept themselves busy by serving God through praise (Tobias on guitar, Caroline on piano), and giving their support to the French-English translation team of their church.
In 2011, they got married and were appointed the leaders of the 25-40 singles ministry in their church. This group reached about 500 single Christians. The activities were always a hit, but it’s the conferences that they felt really encouraged the singles. In 2015, Tobias and Caroline began offering individual counseling for Christian singles that wanted to grow in Christ and increase the opportunities to meet someone Godly. They started this blog (www.passion374.com) to minister to the same audience.
From a simple blog, Passion374 became a para-church ministry that presents conferences, workshops, and some social activities. Passion374 still offers private counseling and publishes weekly articles in English and French on topics touching Christian singles. In 2017, their first book was published: “Finding the one that clicks: a practical guide for Christian online dating”.
The ministry Passion374 is totally independent, however, the head of the ministry (Caroline and Tobias) are submitted to the authorities of their church, the Good News Chapel, in St-Léonard (Montreal-Quebec). They are also the proud parents of two young children.
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