We must learn how to say "no" to our sexual desires even if it's unpopular and difficult. Jessica Mc Cleese of the Krist Samaritan Center in Houston, Texas.
She has studied Christian sex therapy for the last four years. Mc Cleese noted that much of our issue with managing desire is that we've made our desires too important.
In fairy tales, not in Scripture, is the princess promised a prince.So, sexual desire is a big deal to us, because it was first a big deal to God.It is a gift, but it needs to be , which is exactly where we're having trouble today.Tyler talked to people like “Maria,” an evangelical woman who said she wanted to wait until marriage to have sex.CNN's Belief Blog – all the faith angles to the day's top stories But she said she started having sex with her college boyfriend when she turned 20 because nearly everyone, even most of her Christian friends, were having sex.