God’s Design for Sex

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On Sunday we continued our series on Sex and Dating by talking about God’s Design for Sex.

Several years ago the reason we do this was made so clear to me when a student asked, “Why are we studying this in church?!”

I’m sure many of the other students in the room were wondering the same thing, but he was the only one willing to voice it.

My answer to him was simple. The reason we do this series is because the world around us has expressed its views about sex and if we as the church do not stand up and talk about God’s designs and views on sex, then our students will believe the wrong messages and believe the lie that the world tells about sex.

I don’t know if he completely understood or agreed with my answer, but I whole heartedly believe it’s true!

Attached below you will find my notes from Sunday. I provide these so I can be as transparent with you as possible. Since these are my notes, it might be hard to know what I meant, or what I was trying to say. Please contact me so I can answer any questions you might have.

My hope and prayer is that this will help you as you have conversations with your student about sex. I say conversations because we are long past the time where a single sex talk would do. The sex talk needs to happen regularly.

I told our students that I love them and that even more than your love for them is God’s love for them. He wants them to date well. He wants them to make wise decisions when it comes to dating and sex. He also wants them to marry well.

All of these things are hard to when they have the wrong views of sex and dating.

Please let me know how I can best serve you and your family.

Zakk’s Notes

Mentioned in my notes is a reference to The Rose video. You can follow this link to view that video. 

 

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