All posts in Biblical Marriage And Sexuality

6 Practical Tips to Love Your Wife

By | February 14, 2014

Editor’s Note: Today’s post is from a previous contributor Beverly Stauffer and was written by my husband, Rodney. To read more from Beverly, check out Last year, my wife wrote a post: 6 Ways To Love Your Husband This Valentine’s Day, which listed six ways to show respect to your husband. Just as wives need Read More

A Family Valentine: 6 Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day Together

By | February 12, 2014

By Virginia George, Contributing Writer I remember the days of decorating Valentine shoeboxes, of filling out Valentine cards and choosing your favorite designs for your best friends. When you walk into any store from mid-January on, you’re bombarded with pink and red. Hearts, candies, and plush toys fill the aisles and end caps.  When I began Read More

Choosing to Love Your Husband

By | February 20, 2013

Photo Credit: via Compfight cc Choosing to love your husband? “Well that’s silly,” you might say. “I didn’t choose to love him, it just happened.” True. When I met my husband, I was done for. Head over heels in love. I didn’t choose to love him; it just happened. Fast forward ten years of Read More

When Tragedy Strikes: Handling The Rough Road Together

By | February 19, 2013

By Danielle, Contributing Writer There are times in everyone’s life when tragedy or hard times strike without warning rocking your world. The unexpected phone call, the letter you didn’t see coming, the lay off, the sudden loss; tragedies come in all sizes but no matter how big or small on the world’s scale they can Read More

Guest Post: 6 Ways to Love Your Husband This Valentine’s Day

By | February 15, 2013

This is a guest post from Beverly of Alive & Living.  I know — it’s technically the day *after* Valentine’s Day.  I had so many awesome posts to share with you this month that I didn’t have time to put this one up a day or two earlier!  It’s still a great reminder, loving your Read More

How to Show Respect Even When You Disagree

By | February 13, 2013

  Original Photo by Michael Sarver  By Megan Ciampa, Contributing Writer “I told you so!” Words you never enjoy hearing. Especially when it’s between a husband and wife or anyone in any close relationship.  Those words sting even more and often signal that the person who said those words has been harboring judgment, resentment or accusations Read More

Prayers for Praising not Pleas

By | February 12, 2013

  I’ve always learned from mentors and friends to pray for the things we wanted and desired for in a husband.  And the more specific the better! Then we meet and fall in love – some of that list matches up, at least all the big, important ones – those little ones go by the Read More

Training Teens in Biblical Sexuality, Part 2

By | October 25, 2011

Part Two: The When and The How  Photo by Rachdavies/The Welsh Poppy By Jennifer Matlock, Contributing Writer I’m going to be very up-front with you all.  Part Two was a LOT harder to write than Part One, and MUCH harder I expected.  I originally intended to have part two done by the end of July Read More

Want to be Hot? I Hope Not!

By | July 22, 2011

Image by nicasaurusrex By Adrienne Urban, Contributing Writer “Oh, Be Careful Little Mouth What You Say…” Seems our culture has gotten a lot less careful about a lot of things, especially things regarding sexuality. TV programs air things today that years ago would have been relegated to R-rated movie theaters — or worse! Magazine covers Read More

Biblical Sexuality: What Does the Bible Say About Sex?

By | July 5, 2011

Image by kainr This month, we’re going to be talking about Biblical sexuality!  It’s kind of a tough topic, which not many people really want to discuss.  But, I think it’s an important topic (and one that some of the contributing writers will be jumping in on, too).  We need to know what the Bible Read More

Courtship and Biblical Marriage

By | February 12, 2010

Now we’ve discussed several other issues surrounding Biblical relationships and families, so it’s time to talk about courtship and marriage! I’m presenting these themes as they appear in the Biblical the teachings of Bible scholars. They represent an “ideal” situation, but are by no means the only way to approach relationships and marriage. They’re also not my opinion (in most cases), but Biblical teachings, nor am I judging anyone who chooses a different way.


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