Funny story about J. Parker, author of Hot, Holy, and Humorous: Sex in Marriage by God’s Design.
She was even writing her email to me anonymously.
Or so she thought.
We live hundreds of miles apart, but when I read her email, I knew we were kindred spirits.
You know, just two Christian wives who have an unabashed appreciation for profound sexual intimacy in marriage, indescribable orgasmic pleasure, and good wine.
J. Parker and I love sex and are on a mission to get other Christian wives to love sex.
If God lays stuff on your heart, you’d be wise to heed the call. God dealt J. Parker and I the “Be a Champion for Sex” card, and we agreed to play that card.
Can you imagine if she and I lived in the same city? Oh the conversations people would overhear us having in coffee shops and wine bars and farmers markets. Good Lord, if people could hear our phone conversations now. Seriously.
I was super glad she emailed me. Obviously because there aren’t too many of us Christian wives who are writing specifically about all things sex.
I happily emailed her back, adding to the end of my reply (with a mischievous twinkle in my eye) something along the lines of…
“By the way, just so you know, you have an auto signature on your email. I now know your full name. So much for being anonymous, eh?”
Here we are five or so years later, and we’ve forged a really good friendship, complete with shared inside jokes about sex, tough conversations about blog topics, and unbridled support for each other when some readers beat us up. And honestly, we just click really well.
But that friendship isn’t why I’m telling you about her book, Hot, Holy, and Humorous: Sex in Marriage By God’s Design.
I’m telling you about her book because I know without a doubt it can make marriages better. I know it.
And the more people (particularly wives) who read this book, the more marriages that can be healed, strengthened and wowed by God’s gift of sexual oneness.
So consider this book your opportunity — your invitation — to set things right in your marriage bed. Better yet, consider it your invitation to set things on fire in your bedroom.
Not only is it possible to like sex, it also is possible to savor it, pursue it, value it, protect it and pour into it.
When a husband and wife have this sort of attitude about sex, the impact on their marriage reaches far beyond the sheets, far beyond the intense pleasure of orgasm, far beyond the revelation that God was really on to something when He came up with this idea of sex.
All I’m saying is that this book is a worthy investment in your marriage. Much to gain. Nothing to lose.
It’s $12, people. Check it out:
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