They look at things like similarities in income levels, education, personal or spiritual growth, fitness, and other lifestyle qualities.
Most of the singles I work with think the term equally yoked means the two partners are equals.
After our relationship with the Lord, marriage is the most significant relationship in our lives, and God doesn’t want us in that relationship with a non-Christian. Missionary dating is a Christian dating a non-Christian for the purpose of evangelism; at least that’s what they claim.
I believe most people who do this have the wrong motivation.
Can different religions bring a relationship to God?
The Bible states clearly that believers shouldn’t be with non-believers.
But how is that not ok, when we see couples who don’t have the same religion, fall in love, get married and live a happy life together? The Holy Bible has many verses and passages showing the Israelites going astray from God because they married people who believed in other gods.