Resources on Sexuality

Ellen Dykas addresses two of the most powerful lies of the sexual revolution.  Continue...

Ellen Dykas, who works at HARVEST USA and ministers to women who have struggled with or been impacted by sexual sins, discusses two specific lies about sex pertaining to romance and feelings. These lies distort the way we think about sex and... Continue...

While all believers in Christ have been declared righteous in Jesus and are no longer under God’s just condemnation (Rom. 8:1-2), the power and influence of all sinful desires are not always removed at the moment of conversion. Christians will... Continue...

Our culture is obsessed with sex—but in many of the wrong ways. Thankfully, God has designed and has spoken about his intentions in creating sex. Danny Akin, at the ERLC National Conference, says that God is “pro-sex” and discusses the good... Continue...

In a 2009 Newsweek article, author Jessica Bennett asked whether or not polyamory was the next sexual revolution. By 2017, it is clear the answer is yes. Books such as More Than Two: A Practical Guide to Ethical Polyamory (2014),... Continue...

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Are you and your church prepared for the moral revolution surrounding homosexuality and same-sex marriage happening across America? While human sexuality and social institutions are being redefined before our very eyes, the Bible presents marriage as an unchanging picture of... Continue...

“Few topics are as complex and controversial as human sexual orientation and gender identity,” says Lawrence S. Mayer and Paul R. McHugh. “These matters touch upon our most intimate thoughts and feelings, and help to define us as both individuals... Continue...

Then God said, “Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness; and let them rule … over all the earth” … God created man in His own image, in the image of God He created him; male... Continue...

Today, The Obama administration is sending a letter to every public school district in the United States instructing them, by decree, that students who self-identify as a member of the opposite sex ought to have unrestrained access to restrooms (and... Continue...