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How Can We Begin To Restore The Value Of Sex & Relationships?

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From Shame to Purity

Sex. In a world overwhelmingly obsessed with it, why is the church so silent about it? While our secular culture twists, perverts, cheapens, and idolizes sex, there are gaping holes in the church’s guidance of young people. The result is generations of sexually illiterate people drowning in the repercussions

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Saving Marriage Before It Starts

While Christians often bemoan the state of marriage in America and groan about shifting sexual norms, there are structural reasons—some that have nothing inherently to do with sex or marriage—that have accelerated such changes. It’s actually become socially more difficult—not just personally more challenging—to withhold

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Hookup Culture

"Hooking up" has become a mainstay of college life. Sexualized relationships is part of the air Millennials breath. Permeating all facets of social life and discourse, casual sex has become the norm. But with liberation comes a cost; a new generation left wondering if sex is really anything more than

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Q Backstage: Mo Isom

Mo Isom shares what compels and drives her to tackle the difficult conversations with an honest, bold and raw perspective and the ways in which God desires to work through us to build the Church.

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Prophetic Witness

Jackie Hill-Perry knows that a life well lived speaks volumes in a world of contradiction. As individualism becomes common and pursuing your deepest feelings and desires is perceived as heroic, denying one's self is revolutionary. Her story of denying sexual desires to pursue true flourishing gives witness to a better

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Sexual Economics

In the wake of the sexual revolution, there is no question that families and marriages have been greatly affected. But such changes don’t simply stop with families. Dale Kuehne, professor at Saint Anselm College and author of Sex and the iWorld: Rethinking Relationship Beyond an Age of Individualism, examines

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Porn and Technology

Research suggests that pornography is a "new narcotic" with equally powerful effects on the brain as addictive drugs. In a globalized world, how can we overcome the temptations and tragedies of technology? Jefferson Bethke believes the answer lies within the problem. The voice of the viral YouTube video "Why I

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