The Best Time to Teach Women About Sex in Marriage

Do you know the best time to teach women about sex in marriage?  At the beginning, of course!

That’s why a few other wives and I are committed to once again doing our Pursuit of Passion event for engaged and newly-married Christian women.

We did this event last March and those humble beginnings led to 30 women being blessed with invaluable information about sexual intimacy in marriage.

We envision a day when we can take this event all over the country, but right now we are doing it for the second time in Omaha, Nebraska.

Pursuit of Passion Event
March 18, 2017

Maybe you know of Christian women in eastern Nebraska or Western Iowa (or nearby communities) who just got engaged or have been married only a few years.

This is a vital opportunity for them to hear biblical and practical information about SEX.

Will you please share this information so we can help more marriages set a solid foundation of passionate and enduring sexual intimacy in marriage?

Here’s a video with a few testimonies from the event we did last March:

Our prayer is that 60 women will attend our event in March 2017.

Registration is required (cost is only $25, and all participants receive a copy of my book, Pursuit of Passion: Discovering True Intimacy in Your Marriage.

To find out all the details, go to the website we have dedicated for the event.  It is www.PursuitOfPassionEvent.com.

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3 thoughts on “The Best Time to Teach Women About Sex in Marriage

  1. OlderMarried says:

    Sorry, the “beginning” is way too late. Damage is done by 12, maybe earlier. Men and women learn about marriage by watching their parents hide their sexual relationship, or worse, demonstrate through action and words that sex is non existent in the relationship.

    This doesn’t mean that women (and men, sadly) don’t think marriage is a good idea. Sex, finances, children, in-law problems–all will just work out. LATER, after the marriage.

    And don’t give it up before marriage. You aren’t getting the milk without buying the cow. But sometimes…. you literally get the cow.

  2. A Married Man says:

    Education is essential at every step of our lives. At earlier ages (e.g. 12 as OlderMarried mentioned), sex education at schools is the bare minimum. That must be supplemented with trainings and caring given by parents. By the time the boys and girls are ready for marriage, they must be able to know their needs, the needs of their beloved partners, and be able to give and receive. All these require proper education.

    This blog is a great step forward.

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