The word “modesty” makes us cringe these days, and it’s easy to understand why: For years it’s been associated with a prudish culture of shame and blame. We hear the word and immediately think it’s an issue about women and skirt length, but Bible passages that speak to modesty focus on something else: The heart. (So… we think that makes it an issue for you, too, fellas.) Join Juli and Dannah Gresh for a conversation about how we’ve misapplied the meaning of modesty and how we can do better in the future.
If you were standing in front of a crowd of 300 to speak, how carefully would you craft your words? Okay, so you’re actually at home alone with your smartphone, but on social media, you may as well be in front of a stadium full of people! Today Juli and her guest, Daniel Darling, talk about using our online conversations to do good, learning to “see” the person (loved by God) behind every post, and discerning when to post and when not to. Grab your Java and join us!
As a single person, your sexuality isn’t defined by a list of “do's and don’ts” or captured by simplistic questions like, “What does the Bible say about masturbation?” Your sexuality—single or married—is ultimately more about relational intimacy than what you do with your body. So how DO you express healthy sexuality in your friendships and dating relationships? We’re glad you asked. Join Juli and Dr. Doug Rosenau for part two of this conversation about the questions you’re too embarrassed to ask about sex.
Dr. Doug Rosenau, a pioneer in Christian sex therapy, has been answering questions about sex for decades—long before most of us had the courage to even ask them! Juli sits down with Dr. Rosenau for a candid conversation about the difference between having sex and making love, making erotic memories with your spouse, giving language to your sexual desire and mood, and putting the creativity back into your lovemaking.
Are you discouraged by what is happening in our world today? Have you recently found yourself asking, “Lord, why have you allowed this?” If so, this episode is just for you. Juli sits down with Dannah Gresh to talk about why it’s okay to be disappointed with the way God is doing things. Grab your Java and listen in for helpful advice that will help you bring your hard questions to Him and—here’s the hard part—to LISTEN for His answer.