Wyatt feels passionately about underscoring the sanctity of marriage and being a force for good in the world — and he puts his values into action in as many ways as he can.
For instance, Christian Crush donates 10% of all profits to local ministries and other charitable organizations.
His background as a clinical psychologist helps him educate and inspire Christian couples of all ages.
Engaged couples and older married couples have benefited from Wyatt’s couples counseling practice in Boulder, Colorado, and his marriage retreats have grown so popular that Wyatt’s looking to expand into surrounding areas, including Texas.
“Against all odds, they struck up this relationship,” Wyatt recalled, “and now they’ve been married five years.
It’s amazing to see that happen.” Wyatt told us that first success is still one of his favorite stories because it shows what Christian Crush can do for singles who share the same faith and values.
The prevalence of porn addiction in today’s society can have negative effects on people’s dating expectations and attitudes.
Wyatt said it’s an unhealthy burden weighing daters down, so Christian Crush offers recorded seminars to inform and inspire anyone suffering from porn addiction.
“I’m the main face of Christian Crush, and I care about doing it right.” What sets Christian Crush apart from other dating sites is its values-driven approach to the online dating space. Wyatt spends a substantial amount of time ensuring that Christian Crush provides a safe and secure dating environment for Christians everywhere.
The dating site’s first line of defense against spammers and scammers is a lengthy personality assessment.
He said he has 12 main points he looks for to identify fake profiles, but if he’s ever unsure, he’ll send a follow-up message asking for proof of identification, usually in the form of a driver’s license.
“Doing that has helped tremendously in keeping the quality of my membership high,” he said.
“I want to help men in that journey and prevent the damage porn addiction can cause,” he said.