As a Christian, I always imagined that my wedding night would be the first encounter with sex for both of us. What happens when your plan isn't God's plan?
Premarital sex wasn't just something I had experienced; it seemed to define me. For a long time, I believed purity was lost forever.
While you can’t change the past, the good news is that you can be perfectly pure
Intimacy is a many-layered thing.
Sex is a taboo subject in many homes. But why not talk openly about this amazing gift of God? Christians can have the best sex on Earth.
When you've fallen in love and want to spend every minute together, it only feels natural to get close. Really close. In a world where saving it till marriage sounds old-fashioned, you need a strategy.
God's boundaries around sex do not forbid good, clean fun; rather, they protect us from destroying ourselves through unwise actions or by running ahead of God's timetable.
Affairs happen. But it doesn't have to be the coffin nail in your marriage. Here’s the story of one man who fought for what he still wanted — his wife.
it's not like we're actually doing it, is it?
We all want great sex, right? Actually, we should want more than that.
If you let the physical take over and you forget to cultivate your friendship, you're setting yourself up for a rough start if you do get married.
Does anyone actually wait anymore? Isn't it some archaic social rule?
Sex with the same partner for decades doesn't have to be boring.
Many times I wanted to step down from church leadership because I felt like a fake. As the years went on, the fight for purity in our relationship only became more difficult.