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 email@example.com. Or follow us @PureSexRadio.
Co-host: Stephen Cervantes (HopeCounseling.com) We've been working over the past few years to really learn how to understand and heal our broken emotional systems. This episode is the first of a 2-part series where we will unpack 10 biblical truths that have the potential to transform your emotional system. Learn with us as we seek God and His Word to mature emotionally and spiritually.
Special Guest: Jay Haug Many men are living lust-FULL lives rather than lust-FREE lives. And so many struggle to fully enter "real recovery" and find the freedom their hearts long for. In this episode we are delighted to have Jay Haug with us to share his story and how his ministry helps men go "all in" with recovery. Learn 4 keys disciplines that can free you from the power of lust! Learn more about Jay and his ministry at LivingWithoutLust.com.
Here is a bonus episode taken from a talk Jonathan gave on 4 key elements of success he has learned over 20 years of recovery and growth. Listen in to gain insights that can help you stay in the lifelong pursuit of greater integrity and joy.
Why is it important that wives who have experienced sexual betrayal receive help from other women who have experienced the same kind of betrayal? In this episode we unpack the answer with guest Donna Dixon, a peer support facilitator trainer. Learn from her years of experience and training. For more information about Donna and Peer Support Facilitator Training, visit LifeIsAhead.com.
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 seventh principle helps one embrace the "two sides of forgiveness." Learn how to make amends in recovery. For more information about the book and the webinar series, visit GraceBasedRecovery.com.
Marriage is stressful! A couple may love each other and want to spend their lives together, but once they enter the covenant of marriage they discover the challenges that want to work against intimacy. This episode is a talk that Jonathan gave to a group of married couples who wanted to pursue greater intimacy. Listen in to discover hope and a word that might just be what your marriage needs to experience greater intimacy.
What does it look like for ministry leaders to "practice what they preach" in their own lives and marriages? This episode is a conversation with Steve and Jamie Wiechman from Breathe Life Ministries about their transition from one season of life and ministry to another. Gain insights and encouragement for your own marriage as you face various challenges and transitions. Learn more about Breathe Life at http://BreatheLifeToday.com.
Co-host: Stephen Cervantes (HopeCounseling.com) Good marriages don't just happen. It takes work -- hard work! But there are wise ways to work and foolish ways to work on growing a better marriage. This episode unpacks multiple tips to help you and your spouse build a better marriage, day-by-day, choice-by-choice.
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 sixth principle helps one understand the vital importance of faithfulness in recovery; it is more about not quitting than trying to reach some arbitrary destination. Learn how to inspire and and instruct a long vision for recovery. For more information about the book and the webinar series, visit GraceBasedRecovery.com.
Co-host: Stephen Cervantes (HopeCounseling.com) What if we told you that it only took 6 hours a week to radically transform and improve your marriage? You might think we were snake oil salesmen, right? Well, solid research from John Gottman actually backs up this claim. This episode unpacks this research and the specific things to do in these magical six hours. For more info, get Gottman's book, The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work.
We love real stories of real people who are seeking to live lives of greater integrity. This episode highlights one husband's 12-month journey of going from a man who was disconnected and sexually addicted to a man who is learning to engage his wife with sacrificial love. Listen in as we share key insights that could help your marriage be infused with new and lasting intimacy.
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 fifth principle helps one navigate the inevitable failures along the road to recovery. No one walks this road perfectly. Learn how to apply grace to failure in recovery; to practice the discipline of confession and repentance. For more information about the book and the webinar series, visit GraceBasedRecovery.com.
Special Guest: Laurie Krieg (https://www.himhministries.com/) There seems to be a great (and growing) divide between the LGBT community and orthodox Christianity. And while there may be real theological differences in worldviews, how are we to "love our neighbors" regardless of those differences? In this episode we invite back Laurie Krieg from Hole In My Heart Ministries to help us navigate how to love LGBT people well, and gain a new perspective on what true discipleship can look like.
Laurie Krieg's story is a powerful testimony to the grace and power of Jesus to walk with us through all of life's brokenness.
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 fourth principle helps one understand the value and necessity of authentic community; that a recovery group is where they belong and are welcomed. Learn how to create a "belonging" recovery environment. For more information about the book and the webinar series, visit GraceBasedRecovery.com ( http://www.gracebasedrecovery.com/ ).