Marriage Challenge for the Ladies

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Diaper Diaries is in week 16 of her 1 Corinthians 7:5 Challenge.

It’s a series of “challenges” designed to help ladies stay aware of an area that is important to their husbands and their marriage.

Diaper Diaries writes, “Yes ladies, I’m talking about sex. Or more accurately, the sad lack of it that is going on in many marriages. When I told a friend I was going to be blogging about sex she responded, “But you have a Christian blog.” This is where we Christians are seriously missing the boat.”

Read more: “So here’s the deal. Every week, I will be posting a challenge on my website to encourage us wives to step it up to improve the sex in our marraiges.”

“It will be tasteful, it will be fun, it will be great for your marriage, it will be pleasing to God.”

So click here for the premise.  And here for week 1.

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4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Jill  |  . at .

    Thanks for the link!!


  • 2. Theresa Lindamood  |  . at .

    Wow, you brave girl. I strongly, strongly, strongly believe that if Christian men and women were more open to discussing sex in same sex situations, there would be less abuse, divorce, premarital pregnancy and broken hearts and spirits. Thanks for the links too.


  • 3. Theresa Lindamood  |  . at .

    I hit submit by accident and I wanted to edit the same sex situations to make my intent clear: men talking with each other and women talking with each other. Men talking to teen boys and women talking to teen girls. Sorry.


  • 4. susan2009  |  . at .

    I agree with you, Theresa.
    Which Is why I pointed out diaper diaries ministry.

    I don’t know that I have too much to offer in that direction given my divorce, but I do know some things I wish I would have known before getting married; and how to handle certain things.

    The other night I watched a bit of Dr Phil. He was talking to one couple who “swapped” pleasures with other couples and how the wife was distraught by this.

    Dr Phil said to her, “Why do you participate? Stand up for yourself” (or something like that).

    And to him, “Why do you require your wife to do something that distresses the one you profess to love?”

    Sometimes the things one mate wants the other to do is not “perversion” but still causes distress to the other one. That is not love. THey both need to say “NO.” One to the partner and the other to him’herself.

    I think if I had talked about some sex stuff with a safe and wise woman, things would have been better, for me anyway.

    I truly hope this info helps one marriage. We (Christians) need to take back marriage and sex and show a watching (and doubting) world what this truly is like and how healthy, fun and godly both are according to God’s mandates.



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