Great Married Christian Sex Takes Effort.

This title alone may have caught your interest because once you’re married it is assumed you’ll have great sex. But sadly for many couples they struggle in their sex life from day one. It can become an increasing source of contention between a husband and wife. And finding help—good help—can be difficult and embarrassing.

This is why we are so very excited about an upcoming conference available online.

Gary Thomas, the author of Sacred Marriage and Cherish to name a few, has written a soon-to-be-released book with licensed counselor, Debra Fileta, titled Married Sex.

Gary mentions in his blog that when he told someone the title of his newest book, he replied, “Married sex? Isn’t that an oxymoron?” Sad, but for many people this is true. All the more reason for the church to address this topic in a straight forward, biblical and informative manner.

A great sex life isn’t just something you find, it’s something you make. But many Christian couples are feeling stuck in this very intimate and important area of their relationship, not sure where to turn for help or who to ask for advice. Other Christian couples have deeply enjoyable and passionate times of intimacy, but are always up for encouragement and advice as to how to keep making this wonderful part of marriage even better.

From Gary Thomas

For only $69 (before Sept. 1st) you and your spouse can “attend” this conference, online at your pace beginning October 2nd. After Sept. 1st the price is $89.

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About Debi Walter

Tom and Debi have been sharing encouragements through their blogs for many years. Marriage, Reading God's Word and documenting family history is our focus. Growing in our relationship with the Lord is primary in all we say, write or do. We are grateful for all who desire to join us in the same endeavors.
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3 Responses to Great Married Christian Sex Takes Effort.

  1. ” It can become an increasing source of contention between a husband and wife. ”
    …to the point that it would turn a man off of marriage altogether and physiological keep a woman from being able to have “decent” sex.

    It is work but this is often glossed over in church. There are few people telling women to have fun with their husbands and a few telling men to be the masculine a woman needs deep down, not just spiritually or what ever the convenient trope was.

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    • Debi Walter says:

      Yes! The church needs to be outspoken about what great married sex looks like, and not in general terms. People will get their information somewhere and often they are given bad advice. This online conference will be a giant leap in the right direction. It allows attendees to get the information their marriage needs and stay anonymous at the same time. We are praying the word gets out to the marriages who need it most and even to those who think they don’t. We must always be learning and growing in our relationship or we will drift apart, sometimes unnoticed until you’re so far apart you don’t recognize your spouse anymore. Thanks for commenting!

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