Practical Ministry Skills
Teaching about Sex
How to more effectively address one of the most pressing issues in the lives of your congregants.
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Sex. In a culture that's saturated with images of unhealthy sexuality, what is the church doing to counteract those lies with God's truth? If sex is not taught well in the church, people cannot know the fullness God has for them in his perfect plan for sexuality.

This 20-page resource is designed to help you address these difficult but essential topics in a sensitive but informed manner.

NOTE: You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies of this resource to be distributed in a church or educational setting.

This Resource contains all of the following:

What to Say about Sex
How to talk about sex with single Christians.

Three Fibs and a Truth about Sex
Help for married pastors when talking to single adults.

The Joy of Preaching Sex
For better intimacy at home, we need more sex in the pulpit.

Sexual Training ...
In righteousness, that is.

The Terror of Sex
How aging changes one's perspective on sex.

Talking about Sex
Finding help and healing from sexual wounds through the support of fellow believers.

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Topics:Adult education, Homosexuality, Marriage, Teaching
Filters:Counseling, Men's ministry, Pastor, Preaching, Singles ministry, Sunday school, Young adults ministry
References:1 Corinthians 6:13, Proverbs 5:21-23, 1 Thessalonians 4:1-5
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Gregory Rodriguez

February 21, 2013  11:41am

As a Therapist who is Christian and trained in sexual addiction- the church is in a position to be a first responder to this matter. The 3 principlkes stated need to be at the foundation of any information put forth. Sexuality was created by God and it is good! Since the times of Genisis 5 (flood) smae and lust have corrupted and hijacked Gods gift of sex. We must reclaim it and restore our sense of morality in this country and in the world- it needs to begin in the church-no-brainer and i believe we are just beginning to see that happening. Moody Bible church is hosdting a confernece this weekend on Purity and I too am speaking at a mens breakfast on Purity as well. Please life up these efforts as we equip men witht he knowledge and understanding of this Battle that continues to plague us as men and our society-it is not a victimless sin!

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October 30, 2011  4:02am

It is good for Church to educate people about sex.In some culture sex is a shame but understood as joy.Sex outside marriage is bad and most especially for children it is better to hide it from them

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kenan kenan

March 18, 2011  8:04am


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