Rebuilding Your Marriage After Traumatizing Sex

Rebuilding Your Marriage After Traumatizing Sex

God intended married sex to be life-giving – mutual, satisfying, exciting, comforting, bonding, nourishing, joyful. Evil has so hijacked sex, even married sex, that it’s too often become life-destroying – exploitative, demeaning, or even violent. If sex in your marriage has been life-destroying, rebuilding your marriage will be a challenging process.

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To the Wife Traumatized by Married Sex

To the Wife Traumatized by Married Sex

Just because sex happens within marriage doesn’t always mean it’s good. God designed sex to be a beautiful life-giving nurturing experience between husband and wife. But evil has so hijacked sex that what God intended for good has too often been used to steal, kill, and destroy – even in marriage. This article is not for everyone. But if you’re a wife traumatized by married sex, keep reading.

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9 Characteristics of a Healthy Sexual Relationship for a Christian

9 Characteristics of a Healthy Sexual Relationship for a Christian

Sex is complicated. When experienced as God intended it’s beautiful, bonding, nourishing. But when sex is marred and distorted by the enemy it becomes deeply destructive. Sex cuts very close to the core of who we are as human beings. It’s much more than biology; it impacts and is impacted by everything about you and your relationship. But what really is a healthy sexual relationship for a Christian?

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Two Reasons to Rejoice on Good Friday

Two Reasons to Rejoice on Good Friday

This is Holy Week, the time each year when Christians around the world remember the death and resurrection of Jesus. More than anything else, our faith is built on an event, the event. If Jesus is not alive our whole faith is a hoax. But since He is alive, we too can live – both now, and for eternity. We have good reason to rejoice on Good Friday!

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Caring for Your Heart When Your Spouse Won’t Connect

Caring for Your Heart When Your Spouse Won’t Connect

You were created for intimacy. You probably got married expecting that doing so would fulfill your needs for connection, love, sex, and the other aspects of intimacy. When your spouse carries sexual baggage your expectations are likely to be disappointed, and there’s more pain than intimacy between you. How do you care for your heart when your spouse won’t connect?

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