Culture is lying to your kids in faith-altering ways about sex. Dean Inserra describes how to respond in ways pertinent, loving, and truthful.
Purity culture warrants the impassioned scrutiny. But is purity itself oppressive? Pointless? Author Dean Inserra pulls us back to sexual flourishing.
Serious flaws in purity culture deserve scrutiny. Is there still a place for sexual purity? Author Dean Inserra dives into God's flawless design for sex.
Could your sex life be missing the point? Dr. Michael Sytsma talks about why we have sex…and the key to wow-level sex that changes everything.
Has your married sex coasted into the blahs? Sex therapist Dr. Michael Sytsma's got solutions to keep you both captivated in the bedroom.
Sex can be painful in so many ways -- but it doesn't have to mean doom. Sex therapist Dr. Michael Sytsma offers way to transform hurt to eventual healing.
Initiating or declining sex: It's tricky. Are your signals clear to your spouse? Sex therapist Dr. Michael Sytsma helps you with ";not tonight" and "yes, please."
Feeling undesired, unattractive? On FamilyLife Today, Dave and Ann Wilson host researcher Shaunti Feldhahn & sex therapist Michael Systma, who get real about differences in sexual desire and how to deal.
Wha is normal in bed? Researcher Shaunti Feldhahn and sex therapist Dr. Michael Systma offer tips for better, fulfilling, and connected married sex.
There are many erroneous ideas about singleness floating around amidst both religious and secular cultures. Christopher Yuan tackles these ideas head-on with truth straight from the Bible.
In thin, exhausted places, it’s oh-so-easy for sex to freefall down the priority list. But could our marriages need sex more than we think?
When sex becomes infrequent, it’s natural to search for ways to spice things up in the bedroom. Yet three areas are often overlooked.
Wondering how to be a better lover? Hosts Dave and Ann Wilson explain ways they were getting it all wrong--and their "aha's" about great married sex.
If sex is supposed to be natural, why's it so -- complicated? Hosts Dave and Ann Wilson share some of the need-to-know about sex that no one's talking about.
Our world is full of sexually broken people. Juli Slattery and Ron Deal share a balanced message to encourage help and healing.
How we think about sex reflects how we view the world we live in and the God who created it. Juli Slattery and Ron Deal examine the mixed messages of the purity culture with truth and clarity.
Why is it a big deal who I sleep with? Sam Allberry addresses the value of sex for our whole selves and explains how we find our ultimate fulfillment in Christ.
Does God really care who I sleep with? Sam Allberry presents the Good News of Jesus and tells how it is life-giving to those who desire to give and receive physical love.
You spend hours and hours dreaming and preparing for a special wedding day. But what have you done to prepare for the marriage itself? Kevin DeYoung talks about what love looks like in marriage.
What is God's picture of physical intimacy in marriage? Today, Juli Slattery shares the perspective of the One who designed intimacy.
Our perspective on physical intimacy can be compared to working a jigsaw puzzle. And according to Juli Slattery, it's important to put it together using the right picture.
Developing deeper love in marriage doesn't just happen on its own, but David and Meg Robbins encourage us that it is possible!
Christopher Yuan knows what it's like to be a captive. A former drug dealer and homosexual who discovered he had HIV while serving time in prison, Yuan shares how God got his attention and eventually, his heart.
Christopher Yuan, who left his homosexual lifestyle after believing in Jesus, talks freely about his identity as a Christian.
Christopher Yuan delves into the meaning of holy sexuality as prescribed in the Scriptures: chastity in singleness or faithfulness in marriage. Yuan explains how Christians find their identity in Christ, not sex.
Do you and your spouse have the same definition of what romance is? Often in marriage, romance suffers an identity crisis.
Before counseling, my husband and I misunderstood each other all the time. Which made vulnerability (and as a result, sex) difficult.
Doesn’t take much energy, time, or thought to take your married sex life from sizzling to non-existent. Snag tips on what not to do.
A sexual relationship in marriage teaches us something about the nature of real love—God’s love.
Dr. Juli Slattery says that a husband has three needs: respect, companionship, and sex. She also says that by God's design, a wife has power to meet these three needs in her husband.