Dave Willis works to build healthy marriages and families through his ministry Stronger Marriages. Now he and his wife, Ashley, are partnering with XXXChurch.com founder Craig Gross to help married couples build a healthy sex life.
While he acknowledges that there are many things that are important to a marriage, "I think the root of a lot frustration in marriage comes back to sexual issues."
Together with Craig and Jeanette Gross, he and Ashley are encouraging husbands and wives through the Best Sex Life Now video series to use key principles such as communication, service and forgiveness to attain a physically, emotionally and spiritually satisfying sex life. more >>
The Christian authors behind the popular Pulling Back the Shades book that challenges the "satanic" elements in E.L. James' breakout Fifty Shades of Grey titles are reaching out to fans of the erotic book series by offering them a unique opportunity to learn how they can be sexual without compromising their spiritual or emotional well-being.
Dr. Juli Slattery and Dannah K. Gresh, and Moody Publishers, have announced a book trade-in campaign leading up to the theatrical release of Fifty Shades of Grey, in theaters on Feb. 13, the day before Valentine's Day.
Women who mail in their used copy of Fifty Shades of Grey between Feb. 1 and 14 will get a free copy of Slattery and Gresh's Pulling Back the Shades: Erotica, Intimacy, and the Longings of a Woman's Heart. more >>
A Christian activist who filed a complaint against a Colorado bakery for refusing to make two cakes protesting against homosexuality has denied asking for the confections to include the phrase "God hates gays."
Recently Azucar Bakery of Denver had a complaint filed against them before the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Regulatory Agencies for refusing to make the cakes.
Bill Jack, founder of the Christian group Worldview Academy and the one who filed the complaint, told The Christian Post that he never wanted the phrase "God hates gays" put on any of the cakes he requested. more >>
Stan Mitchell, pastor of Gracepointe Church, a diverse congregation in Franklin, Tennessee, announced this month that the leadership of his church have decided to fully support the inclusion of gays in their church, including the right to marry same-sex partners.
In an emotional sermon on Jan. 11 first highlighted by Time magazine, Mitchell explained that the decision was the result of a two- and-a-half year evolution on sexual orientation and gender identity. The announcement in the video below, begins at 44:40.
"Some two- and-a-half years ago, we were thrust, I believe, by a divine wind into a prayerful, mindful, painful, invigorating, careful, and hopeful conversation regarding sexual orientation and gender identity," explained Mitchell in the run-up to the announcement to his congregation. more >>
A civil rights group that lists many conservative organizations as hate groups for opposing gay marrriage has filed an ethics complaint against Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore.
The Montgomery-based Southern Poverty Law Center filed the complaint against Moore over an official letter he released declaring his refusal to recognize gay marriages in the state.
Filed Wednesday, the SPLC's complaint was brought before the Judicial Inquiry Commission of Alabama and alleged that "Moore's actions violate Alabama's Canons of Judicial Ethics in numerous and significant regards." more >>
Meagan Good's older sister and fellow actress La'Myia Good recently got married and is expecting a child that she says God promised her.
La'Myia, 35, recently married 28-year-old singer-songwriter Eric Bellinger, with whom she is expecting her first child. Meagan, the Christian actress married to Hollywood Executive and minister DeVon Franklin, posted a picture of her pregnant sister in an embrace with Bellinger to Instagram.
While the Good sisters did not reveal exactly when La'Myia and Eric exchanged vows, Meagan reflected on her sister's union from a spiritual perspective. more >>