Biggest Takeaways You Don't Want To Miss:
- Your church is sexually broken. That not only refers to our sin and sinfulness related to sexual activity, it encompasses any and every self-centered thought, feeling or behavior. If you want to create a sexually healthy culture in your church, prioritize healthy relationships and don’t get hung up on sexual activity (but leave some room to talk about that, too!).
- Don't reduce sexuality to sexual activity. “Spirituality is how we connect with God; sexuality is how we connect with each other.”
- Develop a vision for healthy sexuality in your church. Clarify the expectations we should have in our relationships. Repent whenever and wherever sexuality devolves into selfishness and self-centeredness. Rebuild wise boundaries in the places God puts you.
When you commit sexual sin, take action. Don’t fool yourself into thinking your habits are going to change on their own. Repent, believe the gospel and get help.
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Check Out These Highlights:
- Why is there a growing list of well-known men accused of sexual assault?
- What causes - both inside and outside the Church - the lack of respect and dignity shown to other people?
- How to create a sexually healthy culture in your church
- What leaders should do to ensure their church is a safe space for everyone
- How a church leader should take action if their sexual sin seems impossible to defeat
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