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March 03, 2009


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Jennifer S

Actually, just last Fall, Pastor Mark Driscoll at Mars Hill Church in Seattle preached for 10 weeks on the Song of Solomon. The series was called The Peasant Princess (after the bride of Solomon).He made it very clear through out the series that sex was a glorious gift from God intended to be appreciated within marriage. I highly recommend it to anyone that wants to have a God-centered marriage with a fulfilling sex life.


Thanks for sharing this. I listened it and found it very helpful and challenging.

God bless


Hey, Carolyn
I love your ministry and keeping up with your blog.

This is sort of unrelated, but I was wondering if you had seen "He's Just Not That Into You" or if you had any thoughts about the film or book. Although I was saddened by much of its message and content, I felt like there was some redeemable stuff to talk through as young Christian women. Namely, for girls to be reminded not to read into their friendships with guys (and let them lead!), and to be thankful for men of integrity who will value and uphold dating/courtship and marriage for the glory of God in such a time as ours...Any thoughts?

Carolyn McCulley

I haven't seen this movie, Chris, so I can't comment on it, though the points you make are good ones.

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