I’ve been talking about sex a lot lately. I know what you’re thinking: Isn’t that what you always do? Actually, I write a lot about sex, but in the last few weeks, I’ve gotten to chat about this fabulous subject as well.
These conversations ran the gamut on what we covered, but each is well worth a listen. If you have time, listen to them all. If not, choose what suits your fancy based on the descriptions I’ve provided. But please check out at least one of them, because it’s always interesting what emerges when I’m not writing by myself but discussing sexual intimacy with someone else.
Without further ado, here are five places to listen to me talk about sex.
1. The Drew Marshall Show
Drew Marshall has a radio show in Canada that boasts 100k listeners, so I was excited to have the opportunity to chat with him and share what “Jesus people” (as he called Christians) say about sex — or should be saying about sex.
But having y’all listen would be a marvelous and meaningful bonus. It’s a quick 20-minute interview, and he asked some great questions. Check it out by clicking below.
2. Live In Peace Ministries Facebook Live
Last week, I had the pleasure of joining Yolanda and Billy Jackson of Live in Peace Ministries. We got to chat about why sex can be a taboo topic in Christian marriage, two things husbands should know about their wives, and two things wives should know about their husbands when it comes to sex.
I think you’ll enjoy not only the information and insight we shared, but also the fun we had chatting with each other. Click below to listen and view the video!
3. Halfway There Podcast
Eric Nevins of Halfway There interviewed me for almost an hour and gave me a chance to tell many stories about my life, my faith, and my ministry here. I share all kinds of things, from my drag racing disaster, to Real vs Flannel Board Jesus, to how my prayers and actions needed to change so God could save our marriage — as well as common myths and questions about sex in marriage.
You can find this episode on your podcast carrier or click below to get to the website and listen.
4. Be Fully Well Webinar
Dr. Jessica McCleese is a blogger and certified Christian sex therapist. Yep, you heard me right: Christian. Sex. Therapist. Isn’t that cool? She recently invited me to join her for a webinar in which we discussed how sex is different from the movies, tips about how husbands and wives can work out their differences, and some of what we each encounter in our different roles of helping couples with sexual intimacy in their marriage.
Make sure you check out her website at Be Fully Well, and then you can head to her YouTube channel to watch the webinar.
5. Wherever You Are
I’ve talked here before about wanting to set up some speaking engagements, but I haven’t really pursued that well. And lately, I’ve been feeling as if God is nudging me to take that on more intently.
So for the rest of 2018, I’m waiving my speaker fee. That’s right, I want to come speak wherever you are — at your women’s event in the U.S. or Canada — for just the following:
- Transportation (airfare or mileage per federal rates)
- Private lodging (hotel, AirBnB, etc.)
- Meals (provided at the event and/or standard per diem rates)
- A book table and volunteer for book sales before and after the event and/or a book purchased for each attendee
What can I talk about? To see my topics, download my speaker sheet / flyer HERE.
If you’re interested, shoot me an email at email@example.com. (Subject to calendar availability and the type of event.)
It hasn’t released yet, but I was also recently interviewed by Rebecca Lemke, author of The Scarlet Virgins, a book about growing up in the Purity Culture and breaking away to a more biblical view of sexuality. She has a podcast by the same name, and we had a wonderful time talking. Why not check out her podcast now, and I’ll let y’all know when our episode goes live!
2 thoughts on “5 Places to Hear Me Talk about Sex”
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As someone who has dealt with a chronic illness for the whole length of my marriage, I appreciate this article, and the honesty in it. It is SO hard to bring intimacy into a marriage when you feel just plumb awful. It effects every area of your life. Then add hurts and financial woes on top of that, and intimacy is almost non-exsistent. It really takes God to grow/build/redeem a marriage that has been through so much. I’m so thankful He has done that for my marriage, as well as yours! Thanks for sharing your journey!
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