So, I want to start a conversation.
I love this site. It’s fantastic. The contributors on here have blown my mind with both their authentic faith and their authentic humanity.
But here’s my problem. I am in a leadership role at a church in which there are a zillion married couples. And these married couples may or may not be having awesome sex. I have no idea. Because Christians don’t talk about sex except apparently on awesome anonymous Internet forums like this one.
But I think it is important for church leadership to promote healthy, hot, married sex.
So, my question is simple.
I mean, it’s not like I am going to post a link to MH in the church enews next week.
So, I’m curious. What do readers of MH think? Can a church promote hot and healthy sex? If so, how? What are your experiences?
Eva, I wrote a post awhile back on the taboo topic of marriage sex. I think sex and church are often thought of as existing in opposite worlds. I have often wondered like you on this topic. Thank you, Eva, for posting this. I believe we as Christians shouldn’t be afraid to talk about good marriage sex or recommend a site like this to a friend (I know I have!) This site promotes marriage imagination, sexual exploration, and sensual love, but it also promotes a Christ centered marriage. Marriage Heat was created out of the goal to join those two worlds and show how godly, loving, marriages should look: HOT and UNIQUE to each couple. This site also kills the notion that monogamous relationships have to eventually get boring as we have so many long-time married couples who are regular authors here as well as “just married” couples! God is good!
This is a great question. I am looking forward to what our readers and contributors have to say.
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