This weekly program tackles the tough subjects of porn, lust, sexual brokenness, and practical principles for living every day in sexual integrity. Pure ...more
This weekly program tackles the tough subjects of porn, lust, sexual brokenness, and practical principles for living every day in sexual integrity. Pure Sex Radio seeks to train men and educate women in the arena of sexual purity.
If you have questions or comments regarding the show, or if you have a suggestion for a topic on an upcoming broadcast, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Does failure automatically and permanently disqualify Christian leaders from effective ministry? If not, how can leaders "walk with a limp" and still disciple others well? In this episode we hear from Vern Tompke, a pastor for 30 years who understands this journey personally. Gain encouragement, insights, and practical help for pastors and leaders who want to serve God and others through their brokenness.
Learn more about Vern and the resources he offers at BandOfBrothers.care.
Janet Boynes never intended to live a lesbian lifestyle for 14 years, but that is where her childhood chaos and sexual brokenness took her. This episode unpacks her story and the twists and turns of the journey out of brokenness and into wholeness in Christ.
To learn more about Janet and her ministry, visit JanetBoynesMinistries.com.
Addiction never creates restfulness. In fact, it does the exact opposite. So, how does an addicted person discover true rest for their mind and soul? In this episode, we suggest a counterintuitive way to discover the rest your heart longs for: by speaking out your deepest fear. Join us for a robust discussion on how to identify your restlessness and how to find it through courageous vulnerability.
How do you respond to difficult moments and seasons that you can't predict? Such as the COVID-19 pandemic? These are unusual and unique times for all of us worldwide. In this episode, Jonathan and Stephen share their personal thoughts on how they have been processing this difficult season, and invite you to consider how you are processing this moment in your own life.
To engage our online courses from anywhere in the world, visit PureLifeAcademy.org.
We have Brendan Botha from South Africa back with us again to talk more about the damaging effects of porn and how families can break free from its influence. This issue is global and ubiquitous. Listen in to gain hope for yourself and your family.
Learn more about Brendan and their ministry at Break-Free.co.za.
We have a special guest on the program today. Brendan Botha was raised in a broken home in South Africa, and was introduced to porn at an early age. In this episode, Brendan shares his story of brokenness, faith, recovery, and what it looks like to pursue authentic, biblical manhood. May you be encouraged by his story to pursue greater integrity in your own life.
Learn more about Brendan and his ministry at Break-Free.co.za.
Are you a single woman who desires to be married, or maybe are already in a dating relationship that has potential for marriage? Then this episode will help you to ask strategic questions of your boyfriend to understand him better and make an informed decision about whatever the next steps might be in the relationship. These questions were developed by men for the sake of helping women know a man much, much better.
Our kids view over 14 billion porn videos every year. What can parents do to protect their children from being swept away by the online porn epidemic? In this episode, John Van Arnam, the founder of The Third Talk, shares his expertise and experience in helping parents and kids to address porn in ways that doesn't shame or blame.
To learn more about John and his resources, visit TheThirdTalk.com.
When do men go looking for porn or some other kind of sexual escape? And why do they seek it out? Finally, how does a man change this unhealthy pattern? In this episode, Jonathan and Stephen explore many various reasons for when and why men look for porn, and how to refocus on healthier ways to solve emotional and circumstantial difficulties.
Lucille Williams has ministered to couples and families for over 25 years. She has a strong desire to safeguard marriages, especially when it comes to what happens in the bedroom. In this episode, Lucille shares some of her story and gives lots of insights for couples who want to improve intimacy in their marriage.
To learn more about Lucille and her book, The Intimacy You Crave, visit LuSays.com.