Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt. Imagine this. You are in the final approach to DFW airport and the landing gear is down.
You won't want to miss Mark Driscoll on Dr. Drew tonight HSN talking about great sex. What a great way to get people into the church.
Blame Bill Kinnon. And if talk about sex bothers you, then you probably need another religion. Dear Ed Young.
A week after the Rev. Ed Young challenged husbands and wives among his flock of 20, to strengthen their unions through Seven Days of Sex, his advice was — keep it going. Sometimes he reclined on the paisley coverlet while flipping through a Bible, emphasizing his point that it is time for the church to put God back in the bed. On Sunday parishioners at the Grapevine branch watched a prerecorded sermon from Mr.
Young replicates the heteronormative religious teachings of the past and present but he does so while openly addressing sexuality and encouraging congregants to think and talk about sex in pretty explicit terms. It all started with the Sexperiment. A charge by a pastor to engage in sex and this is for all married couples—including those dealing with adultery and needing to find forgiveness is an interesting one, to say the least.
Evangelical pastor Ed Young believes Christians should practice what they preach, which is why he and his wife Lisa plan to spend 24 hours this Friday in bed on the roof of his churchstreaming the marathon bed-in live on the Internet. No, the Youngs won't be having sex, though that's an important part of the message they're spreading to members of their megachurch in Grapevine, Texas. Instead, the couple will be hosting an open discussion about marriage, relationships, sex and other topics covered in their new book, "Sexperiment: 7 Days to Lasting Intimacy with Your Spouse," which explores ways for married Christian couples to develop and maintain healthy sex lives.
But the eye injury forced the couple to take a break toward the last few hours, ahead of their scheduled 6 a. CST ending time on Saturday. The live streaming of the hour bed-in carried on, however, with volunteers taking over in the absence of the pastor couple.
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Pastor Young and his wife are doing various interviews and bringing their children and parents into the sex discussions, and they are doing so from a bed on the roof of their Grapevine, Texas, megachurch. The event is being webcast live. The Fellowship Church founders began the "bed-in" as promised, fully clothed in a large bed surrounded by a film crew.
Ed and Lisa Young, founders of Texas-based Fellowship Church, will spend 24 hours in bed on the church roof next week and stream themselves discussing sex live on the Internet to encourage married couples to see firsthand the power of a healthy sex life as prescribed in their new book, Sexperiment. Throughout the hour period beginning at 6 a. Friday, Jan. Sexperimentthe authors say, serves as a catalyst for people to begin a dialogue about sex and a challenge to make sex a priority in the marriage bed so couples will remain united outside the bed.