This Nov. 12 file photo shows the HealthCare.gov website, where people can buy health insurance. Being uninsured in America will cost people more in 2015.  (AP Photo/Don Ryan, File)

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In this Monday, Feb. 9, photo, Matt and Annie Waters hold each other in their home in Alexandria, Va. Matt protested when his roommate wanted to check out the Saturday night pickup scene at a nearby bar: "We were both Christians, and I said 'This is a waste of time. None of these girls will be in church tomorrow.'" But he was drawn to Annie, a 21-year-old visiting Washington, D.C., for an internship, who sat demurely sipping lemonade. Matt tried an intentionally goofy line: "How about you and me play a round of putt-putt golf?" She found him nerdy but harmless, and gave her number. The next morning, Annie woke early to travel alone by subway and taxi to a giant Presbyterian church in Maryland, on a quest for a lively congregation that also suited her deep faith. She was astonished and a bit embarrassed to bump into one of the guys from the suburban Virginia bar - Matt's roommate. Matt soon appeared and tried a new line suitable to the setting: "Are you a Calvinist?" he asked Annie, who was, in fact, a senior at the Michigan college named after John Calvin. "He said, 'Baby, it's all about predestination!'" she recalls. "He was really cocky. The confidence was appealing." Matt and Annie Waters, now 47 and 38, live in Alexandria, Va., with their five children. They say it was meant to be. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

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