I don't feel worthy of women that have been saved since they were young, has anyone else felt this way? I've said this before, but I live in a small town with relatively few options...so I've made mistakes and gone on a few dates with unsaved women (yes, I regret it, yes my pastor has talked with me about it as I shared it with him). However, I don't feel like I deserve the women that have lived for the Lord for most of their life. There are a couple of women that I'm interested in pursuing that I feel like they would be great to marry (both Mennonite - I know that opens another can of worms). I just can't shake this feeling that I should find someone else that was saved later in life. By later, I mean I was saved at 29 and I'm still 29, so someone saved in their 20's/late teens. I guess I feel like I'd be unequally yoked in that they are much further along in their growth with Christ. I'm proud to say that somehow in my unsaved life I maintained chastity, so it's not that. My pastor keeps saying God will bring the right woman into my life, and I have faith that He will...but is it ever tempting to leave this town for a metro area to find a significant other. In a nutshell I'm really bummed out and I don't know what to do. The only two single women in my church it wouldn't work out with (one I dislike and the other...it's complicated). Any advice would be appreciated. Again, I live in a small town...so I know this amplifies the issue.