Sex in Context

Matt Williams

January 5, 2014 • 1 Thessalonians 4:1-8

Matt Williams begins our Theology of Sex series in 1 Thessalonians 4:7-8 by providing a context for sex and sexuality in the church. In regards to issues involving sex and sexuality, Matt explains the need for us to have a clear and power voice that is rooted in the truth of Scripture and ultimately calls us to question if we have given God true authority over our bodies.

Sexual Integrity Defined

Matt Williams • January 12, 2014

Matt continues our series by explaining sexual integrity is part of the Christian's spiritual life.

Marriage: The Building of Intimacy

Bill White • January 19, 2014

Bill explains how both the man and woman, being made in the image of God, were built for sexual intimacy: a unique connection of oneness given them in the context of marriage to delight in one another---despite the conflicts and problems which arose after the fall.

Dating: Managing Intimacy and Sex

Matt Williams • January 26, 2014

Teaching from several different passages, Matt Williams gives four guidelines for singles when it comes to stewarding sexuality and intimacy through dating. Though there is no specific formula, dating should be an intentional management of intimacy and a pure and honorable process that leads to marriage.