This article offers a series of passages from which sermons could be preached, to help a congregation think and act biblically when a pastor has fallen into sexual sin.
This article addresses the matter of sexual sin among women. It deals with why women don't talk about it, how to bring about change in behaviour, and concludes with a word to men about supporting our Christian sisters in their fight for purity.
This article engages with the sentiment that since God let David remain king after his adultery with Bathsheba, God can return someone to ministry despite their disqualifying sexual sin. It shows that David remained king because of the strength of God's messianic promise, and the sufficiency of the Messiah's death.
You may know a pastor who moved out of the ministry because of sexual sin. Can it happen to you? This article gives seven steps to avoid sexual sin.
Should a pastor who has fallen into sexual sin ever be restored to office? This article weighs in on the matter.
In this article, Smith explains that sexual fantasies and masturbation harm people and their ability to have healthy relationships. These escapes are ways of playing god with others. Smith shares practical ways for building a new inner world founded on Christ’s sweet love that liberates and satisfies. The counsel in this article will help those who struggle with sexual sin to grow in their ability to have loving relationships.
This volume wants to help men with their daily battle against sexual sins and immorality. Chapter 1 describes the situation men are left in after sexual sin as a “wasteland.” Sexual sin results in desolation. It cannot make good on its promises of excitement and pleasure. It delivers discontent and insatiable craving.
God's unyielding hostility toward immorality is well known, and yet immorality threatens to overwhelm us. For what purpose did God create sex, and how can we be sexually pure? This article talks about sex as being created for procreation, partnership, pleasure, and to portray the covenant. The author also discusses why God is hostile towards sexual sin.