Pure Sex Radio
Summary: FULL SHOW ARCHIVES: Archives.PureSexRadio.comPure Sex Radio tackles the tough subjects of porn, lust, sexual brokenness, and practical principles for living every day in sexual integrity. PSR seeks to train men and educate women in the arena of sexual integrity and healthy relationships.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. Or follow us @PureSexRadio.
Co-host: Stephen Cervantes (HopeCounseling.com) Your brain is an organ in your body that can break down, especially when there has been trauma or chaos in your history. But so often Christians will project shame on anyone who tries to address brain health with any other tools than "spiritual" resources. But God gives us many tangible tools (medicine) in addition to intangible resources (prayer, talk therapy, etc.). This episode helps you understand how to use all the available resources for better brain health and more peace.
Co-host: Stephen Cervantes (HopeCounseling.com) Sometimes husbands who are bound up in sexual sin are riding the fence between their brokenness and embracing integrity as a new way of life. This episode unpacks a compilation of many wive's hearts in a letter to their resistant husbands. We hope this episode will challenge resistant husbands to get on track toward recovery and growth, and also provide hope and encouragement to wives who are struggling to persevere.
Co-host: Stephen Cervantes (HopeCounseling.com) Relationships are hard! Actually, healthy relationships are hard. It's easy to be selfish, stupid, angry, silent, and disconnected. But there is no growth or joy in dysfunctional relationships. We need to learn about our emotionaly systems and how to mature in emotional connecting skills. This episode will help you learn and grow emotionally.
Co-host: Stephen Cervantes (HopeCounseling.com) Why do we keep talking about emotional growth on a program titled Pure Sex Radio? What's the connection between sexual brokenness and our emotional system? This episode highlights what the pillars of emotional growth are and how you can apply them to your life.
We live in a world that is increasingly ungrateful. Being offended has become a national pastime. But by God's grace we have much to be thankful for -- in spite of our brokenness! But how do you say 'Thank You' to God? Find out in this sermon Jonathan preached at Packsaddle Fellowship.
How can a couple who has experienced sexual betrayal rebuild healthy sexuality? Can such restoration even take place? In this episode, we invite back MJ Denis, a professional counselor with lots of experience in this field, to help us understand healthy sexuality and how to restore it when it has been violated. Learn more about MJ at https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/mj-denis-austin-tx/152135.
Co-host: Stephen Cervantes (HopeCounseling.com) Sometimes on the program we sit down and just go through lots of questions and ideas that we come across in our ministry. This episode takes a look at various issues men have faced when trying to become a man of greater integrity. We hope this conversation will give you insights and ideas for improving your own pursuit of integrity.
Co-host: Stephen Cervantes (HopeCounseling.com) Fear is a feeling we all face. But do we know how to understand it and respond to it in healthy ways? In this episode, learn with us how to address fear and failure with hope and love. Innocence and intimacy before God and others is possible. Fear does not need to control you!
Co-host: Stephen Cervantes (HopeCounseling.com) Every man who takes an honest look at his sexual brokenness recognizes there is a need to "grow up" from his immature thinking. This episode highlights one man's story of growing up, filled with insights that we hope will encourage you in your own awakening.
No human can go through life without being wounded. These hurts, if left unforgiven, will rot one's soul with bitterness and anger. But how do you actually forgive those who hurt you, whether they did so intentionally or unintentionally? This episode gives you a model prayer that outlines 7 steps to help you forgive your offenders -- and in so doing experience deep freedom and peace.
Is there hope for transformation and purpose when your life has been devastated by secret sexual sin? In this episode we have Matt Galbraith with us to share his story of how God brought him from a place of deep despair and brokenness to a place of hope and a purpose to help other men find freedom. If you are struggling with despair, fear, or shame, this broadcast will encourage you to not give up -- you are worth recovery! You may respond to Matt directly at 210-883-6732 or email@example.com.
Special Guest: Daniel Weiss (BrushfiresFoundation.org) What is SILS? It stands for Sexual Integrity Leadership Summit, and it is a collaborative effort to equip church and ministry leaders to inspire sexual integrity discipleship, wholeness, and freedom in Christ. In this episode, we talk with Daniel Weiss, one of the executive team members of SILS, about what the movement is and why it is important in church history. Learn more about SILS at SexualIntegrityLeaders.com or follow us on Facebook at Facebook.com/SILSUMMITUSA/.
This episode of Pure Sex Radio is taken from our Grace-Based Recovery webinar training which outlines the 9 key principles in the Grace-Based Recovery book. This ninth principle helps one catch the vision for what recovery is really all about: loving well. Learn how to develop a "give-it-all-away" attitude in recovery. For more information about the book and the webinar series, visit GraceBasedRecovery.com.
Is the goal of recovery to simply stop acting out? Or is there something bigger, something deeper? In this episode we invite Josh Glaser, executive director of Regeneration Ministries, to help us answer this question. Discover a vision for recovery that is bold and beautiful! Learn more about Josh and Regeneration at RegenerationMinistries.org.
Sexual betrayal is devastating to a marriage. But it doesn't have to be the final chapter. How does a couple really heal and restore from such brokenness? This episode highlights the key principles and practices for couples who want to experience the beauty and joy of full restoration. Our special guests, Mark and Beth Denison, have lots of wisdom to share on this topic. Learn more about Mark and Beth's ministry at TheresStillHope.org.