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#350: Making Time To Make Love (Especially When You Don't Feel Like It)

It's hard to prioritize sexual intimacy when you don't understand why God created sex in the first place. Instead, you put up walls when things get hard. When you get busy, sex goes on the back burner. But what if God designed sex to help you stay connected with your spouse during difficult times?  In this episode, Juli and her guest share how sex is a gift, and a means to deepen intimacy through every season of marriage. Grab your Java and join us!

Guest: Francie Winslow,

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#277: Children, Teens, and Sexual Abuse

Child sexual abuse can happen anywhere and predators are typically someone a child already trusts. If your child is abused, what is the first thing you should do? What constitutes abuse? When do you report it? Juli and her guest tackle these tough questions and more in this Java with Juli.

Guest: Dr. Debi Grebenik


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#233: Understanding Your Man

From "All he thinks about is sex!" to "Why doesn't he ever initiate?" this Java with Juli episode has got you covered.  Juli sits down with our friend Jonathan Daugherty to help you better understand your man, his design and his sexuality. 

Guest: Jonathan Daughtery, Be Broken Ministries

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Bonus! #166: We Are All Sexually Broken

Do you think that only individuals who watch pornography, use sex to feel loved, or cheat on their spouses are sexually broken?  Christian culture has long-approached sexuality by dividing people into two categories: sexually broken or sexually pure. In this Java with Juli conversation, Juli & Hannah present a different approach.

"We're all sinners. None of us are righteous, not one. And apart from the redemption of Christ and the daily ministry of the Holy Spirit in our lives, we can never achieve righteousness. Why can't we apply that to sexuality?" Juli Slattery

Guest: Hannah Nitz

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Photo by Pedro de Sousa on Unsplash

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