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Every now and then, I come across a video that just amazes me.
Take a few minutes and watch this video of this young man, who proclaims truth about sexual healing with such clarity.
I’m not here to re-count the revelations surrounding Penn State and some of its coaches and administrators.
You’re a well-informed person.
Not long ago, I asked for readers’ stories with regard to struggles in sexual intimacy and how couples have found a path to healing.
Today’s story comes from a reader named Bob. I appreciate his vulnerability and transparency. It takes courage to share so openly. With that in mind, please read with a compassionate heart. Possibly you’ll see glimpses of your own marriage in his story.
Be sure to read all the way through, as Bob shares a powerful declaration he sent to his wife.
Sex is powerful.
Just ask Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-NY), a national politician whose recent (and apparently past) sexual indiscretions have landed him in a flurry of media attention (and probably a fair amount of devastation within his own home and circle of friends).
Crissy Moran. I’m guessing you’ve never heard of her. Do me a favor — don’t google her name. I’m going to tell you what you really need to know about this woman and her amazing story of redemption.
Occasionally, I suck at being a parent. Okay, not just occasionally, but that’s really not material to my point.
Obviously, my point with this post will be clear as you read between the lines. Just in case you think I’ve lost my mind, don’t bail on me. You will be glad you read all the way to the end.
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Today’s post comes from Traylor Lovvorn. He and his wife Melody have an amazing story of marriage, divorce and re-marriage after the devastation of pornography addiction and infidelity. Their story, including the video, brought me to raw tears.
Here’s a question. When was the last time you were in your small group or out to breakfast after church, and someone casually offered up this as a conversation starter: “What do you all think about oral sex?” Let me guess. Never, right?
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