When it comes to sex, most married Christians just do what works for them.If they have been blessed enough to have discovered something that brings satisfaction, pleasure, closeness, and climax, they most likely will continue that practice.However, some are plagued with guilt because they wonder if what they're doing is sinful.TCW receives many, many questions from Christian couples who want to know what is and what is not okay to do sexually. We think the answers to those questions are: yes, no, no, and probably not—in that order.Unfortunately, churches tend to ignore this issue, small groups usually don't talk about sex, and most Christian books deal with more "spiritual" ideas. We'd really like to create such a list that could settle once and forever the niggling doubts about sexual practices. Different communities of Christians have different understandings about sexual practices that are based on a few general biblical principles. Still, we do want to provide some guidelines that we hope will help you enjoy the gift of your sexuality to the fullest.
As the horde of rush-hour cars streamed by, Bill reminisced about the teenage daughter he had just picked up from band practice.
He smiled as he thought about all those after-school trips over the last few years: dance classes, piano practices, the unending cycle of softball games and tournaments.