Category Archives: Singles

Better to Be Single

It is wonderful to see couples tying the knot to be one, never to be two.
As a married person and a teacher in the area of sexual purity, I can’t tell you how I rejoice whenever I see a wedding.
Yes, the Bible says that marriage protects us from being soaked in sexual immorality (1 Corinthians 7). What a joy then to see someone escaping such a “ruthless tyrant” as sexual immorality!

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“In the Midst A Pious Community”

One of the heroes of faith of the 1900 for me is Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
Reading through his writings/books and biographies, you may assume that he is the guy who didn’t struggle with sin especially with sexual sins.
Well, not so. He would actually laugh at that assumption if he were to be alive today. (He died at the age of 39, hanged on gallows, because he was one of those few courageous Christian men who secretly conspired to put Adolf Hitler down.)  

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Our Sexuality Is Not a Separate Entity

We usually tend to separate our sexuality from our core nature because we think and believe that our sexuality is a completely separate entity that we carry with ourselves.

But the truth is, our sexuality is not a separate entity but the integral part of who we really are. We all are sexual beings and our sexuality is the center of our humanity, a pillar on which every part of who we are is woven into and built on. Continue reading Our Sexuality Is Not a Separate Entity

Enjoying Sin Without Offending God?

“How far is too far?” is one of the most common and famous questions I receive from young people.

The question itself makes me cringe a bit because it sounds like this: “What kind of sin can God tolerate?” or “Which sin can I do without severing my relationship with the Holy Spirit?”

Of course kissing is the number one topic most young people ask: Continue reading Enjoying Sin Without Offending God?