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If there is one place in the Bible that gives women permission to have fun, to explore and to enjoy sexual pleasure, it’s the poetic Song of Solomon. Join us for a candid conversation about why many married women dread sex, yet how the Song of Solomon gives women freedom and permission to say no to sex, to initiate sex, to enjoy sex, and to feel sexy.
Guests: Linda Dillow & Elena Thomason
Unlike our grandmothers, today’s Christian wives no longer believe that loving and respecting a husband means being essentially mute and supportive. Women have realized the freedom in thinking for themselves and using their gifts, talents, and strengths. Now the problem isn’t a woman finding her voice in marriage, but the tension of using her power in a manner that builds intimacy with her husband rather than destroying it.
In this post, Juli shares five ways to use your power to build intimacy in your marriage instead of tearing it down. Not married? This wisdom is relatable and beneficial for any woman in her relationships.
"There is a tension between desperately wanting to build the hero in your husband and being too proud or afraid to trust him. And so, we end up using our power to overpower our husbands." - Dr. Juli Slattery
Have you experienced this? What if the strength you long to see in your husband begins with your very own heart as a wife? If you're tired of trying to control your marriage, then dive into Dr. Juli Slattery's latest rewrite of her first book. She will give you time-tested biblical principles to help you release control and deepen intimacy with your spouse.
Authentic Intimacy helps you make sense of your sexuality. Through teaching & discipleship, Dr. Juli Slattery helps believers understand and apply God's design for sexuality.
Each week on Java with Juli, Dr. Juli Slattery has coffee with friends and trusted, Christian leaders to talk about intimacy and sexuality, and the real-life questions that surround them. No small talk. No simple answers. Grab your Java and join us!
The Christian church has largely avoided honest conversations about sexuality — so we usually don't know how to have them. The "Rethinking Sexuality" curriculum will teach you how to think biblically about sexually and equip you to have conversations that point people to Jesus as their Lord, Savior, and Healer.
This digital resource center provides a space for Christian leaders to be equipped with a biblical framework for understanding God's design for sexuality. Through an e- course and certification process, you'll learn how to navigate sexual issues and engage in conversation with gospel-centered truth.
Learn more at sexualdiscipleship.com
Many Christians believe that their sexual choices and beliefs are a separate category from their spiritual pursuits. We simply assume that God doesn’t speak into our sexuality – that He allows us to make those choices for ourselves.
This is a destructive lie. In fact, sexuality and spirituality were designed to be inseparable. Our sexual beliefs and behaviors are a reflection of what we truly believe about God. Every sexual question is ultimately a spiritual question.
Engaging in sexual conversations is a necessary part of the Great Commission (making disciples). People need help understanding their sexuality within the context of God’s character and biblical teaching.
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