About Pursuit of Passion
Have you allowed skewed views and bad theology to hijack the question, "What does sex mean to our marriage?" In “Pursuit of Passion,” we offer you detailed suggestions on building your sexual connection and pleasure, as well as overcoming common struggles that rob couples of authentic sexual intimacy.
This book equips engaged and married couples to replace misinformation with God's truth — that sex is His idea, and that God designed sex to be an essential and passionate place of bonding in your marriage.
This book comprehensively looks at the spiritual, emotional and physical aspects of your sexual intimacy and includes discussion questions for each chapter that will foster deeper communication for you as a couple. This book also includes an extensive list of marriage-building resources. Get ready to take your intimacy to a whole new level!
Table of Contents
1. Why a Book on Sex for Christians?
2. A Biblical View of Sex and Marriage
3. True Intimacy: Are You Having Sex, Making Love or Experiencing Perfected Lovemaking Together?
4. Preparing for Your Honeymoon and Marriage
5. Turning on That Loving Feeling – Desire, Arousal and the Plateau Phase of Sex
6. Orgasm – God’s Gift for You and Your Marriage
7. Talking Together About Sex
8. Honest Answers to Real Questions About Sex
9. Protecting Intimacy in Your Marriage
10. Maintaining Intimacy as New Parents
11. Limiting the Possibility of an Affair
12. Dealing With Sexual Challenges
13. Healing From Sexual Brokenness
14. Helpful Resources
About the Authors
Jeff & Glynis Murphy
At the ages of 23 and 19 respectively, Jeff married Glynis, the woman he had been praying for. After a few years of wedded bliss, their marriage began a downward spiral as a result of being inadequately trained in the skills necessary for a successful marriage, the demands of a budding career, the arrival of two children, and their own selfishness and immaturity. A growing sense of frustration and isolation infected their hearts and home. [More]
Randall & Julie Sibert
With tremendous gratitude for the way God crosses paths, Randall and Julie met in 2001 when they became neighbors.
Having previously been married, Julie had endured the pain of a divorce she neither asked for nor wanted. When she and her toddler son moved into a basement apartment in the house next to Randall’s home, she was doubtful another relationship was on the horizon... [More]