Equipping the next generation with a Biblical sexual ethic

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WHAT’S NEW NOW


THE BIBLE STUDY PLANNER: 3rd EDITION NOW AVAILABLE

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Our Favorite Resources

Maybe you’re newly engaged, preparing for marriage? Maybe you’re a parent trying to talk to your kids about the birds and the bees? Or maybe you’re struggling with same-sex attraction? Sexuality affects us at every age and stage of life. So we compiled a list of our favorite resources to help you approach your questions with a Biblical perspective!

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What we do

LISTEN TO OUR PODCAST

The first season of our podcast Yada Yada dives into purity culture, the history of the sexual revolution, the theology of the body, and so much more! Listen on Spotify or Apple Podcasts.

INVITE US TO SPEAK

We will tailor messages for teens, college students, youth leaders, or parents about biblical sexual ethics for your church, small group, or event.

HOST A CONFERENCE

This two day event equips the local church to know what they believe about sexuality and why they believe it. Break out sessions include LGBTQIA+, pornography, sex trafficking and other pressing cultural topics.

READ OUR BLOGS

We’ve written 200+ blogs on love, sex, and purity targeting women of all ages. We’ve curated and published our best blogs in The Across My Heart Collection, available in our online shop.

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What we’re talking about…

Writing His Word across our hearts is the only way it’s going to be lived out in our lives.

Pro-life is Pro-choice

the pro-abortion movement is busy screeching at the top of it’s lungs “My body. My choice.” The irony is that the pro-life movement is pro-choice too. We just disagree on who gets a choice and when that choice occurs.

Delighting in His Presence

Last spring I took a spiritual formation class during my last semester of undergrad. Honestly, I expected it to be a breeze. I was used to academics. I knew how to study well, maximize my time, and give professors what they wanted. When I saw that we were assigned a different spiritual discipline to practice and journal about every week, I was prepared to go through the motions and check off any box necessary for me to succeed (I had severe senioritis!)

But what I didn’t expect was a loving but convicting lesson from the Spirit about my tendency to do all the things (prayer, worship, Bible reading) to feel as though I was succeeding in my relationship with God rather than to simply bask in his presence.

When We Don’t Have the Words

If I am completely honest, prayer is something that has felt daunting to me. I have often become discouraged because my prayer life is not what I want it to be. I get distracted. I don’t always know what to pray for. Sometimes it feels like a chore. Often I feel guilty because I know prayer is a beautiful gift we have, and it is a calling. I want to have intimacy with my God, but my own imperfection discourages me. I often let my discouragement paralyze me, which inhibits me from growing in prayer. 

Prayer and Fasting as a Habit of Grace

I used to think that fasting was about “sacrificing” or “suffering” for God, showing Him just how much we loved Him by giving something up for Him. But this year, that all changed. I’ve personally only fasted a few times in my life. Yes. You read that. Only a few times. Recently, our church had a month-long fasting and prayer challenge, and for the first time I saw it in a new light. Fasting isn’t about sacrifice. It’s about finding our satisfaction in Jesus Christ.

A Brief Theology of Periods. Yes, Really. [Book Review]

Every month like clockwork (give or take a day or two) we get the consequential reminder that, thanks to our mother Eve, we carry the curse of pain in child-birth. But are the crippling cramps and embarrassing blood soaked stains all that there is to It? Is that what periods are really all about?

For the Body: Recovering a Theology of Gender, Sexuality, and the Human Body [Book Review]

When it comes to human sexuality, the Church knows what we are against, but does it know what we are for? That’s the question this book seeks to answer. Throughout our 2000-year history, the Church has failed to thoroughly articulate a Christian vision for the body. Scripture teaches us that creation is good, that we are made in the image of God, and that we represent Him in the world, yet we often ignore the ways our bodies communicate His grace in our everyday lives.