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It’s wedding season. And I can’t help but to reflect back on a wedding I attended years ago. The
Sometimes people wonder why I’m so passionate about this topic of sexual intimacy in marriage. They think my confidence
A few years ago, my friend Kristen and I started to brainstorm dream about an annual event in Omaha, Nebraska,
What is your ministry? Helping with children’s programs? Planning Vacation Bible School? Leading women’s Bible study? Feeding the homeless? Helping
“Was it love… or was it the idea of being in love?”
That is a lyric from the song “One Slip” by Pink Floyd. I had the album back in the day and have essentially forgotten everything on it, with the exception of that one lyric.
I don’t need to peruse a book to learn every sexual position. (Those books crack me up, though).
Can you imagine Jesus as a sex therapist? Some of you are blushing right now. Just the thought of sitting across from Jesus, spilling out your deepest frustrations and insecurities about what’s going on (or not going on) in your sexual intimacy is almost overwhelming.
Is it possible for a Christian wife to be sexually confident — to love sex, to get crazy with passion beneath the sheets with the man to whom she pledged her life? Well, certainly it’s possible. Anything’s possible. But that’s not really the issue, is it?
Who can possibly forget the restuarant scene in the 1989 movie When Harry Met Sally? If the link I just gave you doesn’t work, search “Best Fake Orgasm Ever” on YouTube. I’m old enough to have seen this movie in the theatre and can still remember it vividly in regard to sexual intimacy. Not bad for a scene where everyone has their clothes on.
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Ahh. A new year. When you think of sexual intimacy in your marriage in the upcoming year, what emotions stir within you? Anticipation? Excitement? Dread? Are you wanting things to look different — maybe even better?