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    the seventh commandment

    Adultery is defined as “voluntary sexual intercourse between a married person and a person who is not their spouse” (Oxford English Dictionary). So the seventh commandment applies only to those who commit the act, right?

    temple or idol?

    After recent trips to two different amusement parks, I realized that our broken sense of sexuality is most visible in public places, not our bedrooms. People are in love with their own nakedness. I live in a region known for its hot summers, but what people choose to wear is more about the dictates of cultural norms than keeping cool.

    Does God care about your sexuality?–Brian’s Story

    So much of our high school and college years are consumed with trying to figure out who we are. Brian shares how his identity crisis led him into a homosexual lifestyle and how his true identity in Jesus Christ set him free.

    smartly, not seductively

    I had an interesting conversation with a friend recently. “Much preaching about women dressing modestly has been destructive,” she said, “because it subtly places the blame for men’s lust on women. Men should take responsibility for their lust, and women should be free to wear what they want.” My friend’s words got me thinking.

    Finding forgiveness and love from an unplanned pregnancy–Christina’s Story

    At age twenty, an unplanned pregnancy changed Christina’s life forever. Having grown up in a Christian home, it was especially difficult to share this big news with her parents. Don’t miss this dramatic story of grace and forgiveness.

    What Does Redeemed Sexuality Look Like For A Person Who Has Struggled With Sexual Addictions?

    Sexual addictions rob and enslave us. Dan Allender shares the hopeful path towards redeeming sexuality for those who have been stuck in sexual addiction.

    Designed For Desire: God’s Design For Sexuality

    How can you control your sexual desires in a culture that has turned sexual seduction into an industry and an art? Find out what the Bible says about sexuality, as authors Mart De Haan and Tim Jackson offer insight into the God-given capacity for intimacy and desire. Discover a route of escape from the darkness of a sexualized world and gain a sense of hope for a brighter future.