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Firm Foundations: Teach your children godly sexuality (part 3)

Building firm foundations in your marriage (modelling sexuality)

Our children learn most from watching us.

For example, when I was growing up my parents must have repeatedly told us that we should tell the truth (I confess I don’t remember these conversations but I do remember getting spanked for lying – so clearly it must have been important to them…). 1,522 more words

Christian Sexuality

Firm Foundations: Teach your children godly sexuality (part 2)

The temptation with any course is to rush in with methods and “3 step plans”.

But there’s no point trying to build something on faulty foundations. 450 more words

Christian Sexuality

Is There Room for Erotica in Christianity?

In 2011 Fifty Shades of Grey, an erotic romance novel by E. L. James was a huge sensation. Many women who had previously never thought they would read an erotic novel, purchased this book to see what all the rave was about. 3,123 more words

Christian Marriage

Teach your children godly sexuality (part 1)

Today, we begin to blog the workshop that we offer to parents.

We have already talked about how the world’s view of sex has been reduced to the physical act and sexuality has been reduced to orientation.  708 more words

Christian Sexuality

The Christian Marriage Bed - Part 29 - Sexual Practice: Doing It In Public

Disclaimer: The subject of this post is human sexuality in the context of Christian belief.  It is intended for mature audiences.  If you are under the age of 18 you should have your parents read it and judge if it is appropriate for you to read.  699 more words


Some definitions

You’ll notice that we will use the word sexuality on this blog in preference to the word sex.  I think this video sums it up pretty well: 389 more words

Christian Sexuality

How should Christian women respond to their men looking at other women? Part 3

In part 1 of this series, we established that men look, and many women get jealous, hurt or angry. In part 2 we established that man has a polygynous nature, both from biology and from Biblical example. 1,505 more words